Guest Post: Declawing Truth

Reprinted with permission from Traci Cameron, volunteer with Coalition for Pet Protection, a nonprofit that seeks to change public attitudes, behaviors, and to gain a recognition that any level of overpopulation and animal abuse is unacceptable. Traci hosts her own blog Unleashed. Some people believe that declawing a cat is not a harmful thing to do. They see it as an easy fix for destructive scratching. At about 8 weeks of age is when a cat typically begins scratching. Cats don’t scratch for the purpose of destroying your furniture. Cats scratch to remove the dead husks from their claws, mark … Continue reading Guest Post: Declawing Truth