Unhmane Procedure - Declawing Cats
Cats Come with Claws
Declawing is the amputation of a cat's claws at the first joint. Compared to humans declawing is the amputation of each finger at the first knuckle. It is a painful surgery with many possible complications. Tendonectomy, an alternative procedure exists, but has deficiencies. Declawing is ten excruciatingly painful amputations with only one purpose, human convenience. To declaw a cat is inhumane.
Cats are digitigrades; they walk on their toes. A cat's claw is the anatomic equal to the last bone or digit of the human finger or toe.
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