If you need cat declawing in Vancouver WA, trust CPAH to guide you
Many people have lots of questions about cat declawing. One question that is often asked is, “What are valid reasons to declaw a cat?” Here we can discuss some reasons that are considered good reasons to declaw.
One very valid reason to declaw a cat is because it is medically necessary. If a claw is damaged beyond repair, or if your cat has a tumor, these can make declawing a necessity. An injury to the toe, or an infection that won’t respond to treatment are some other conditions that can make declawing necessary.
It can also be done as a remedy to solve the problem of actual trauma to cat owners. While it doesn’t happen often, there are instances where people may have a supressed immune system and cannot be exposed to bacteria and scratches. There are also some extreme cases where cats use their claws against people. If it’s a choice between declawing a cat or euthanizing him, declawing may be the only solution. Also, some would argue that if it’s a choice between giving up the cat or declawing it, or making it live outside versus declawing, then declawing might be considered an alternative.
If you have questions about declawing your cat, we are here to talk to you about the decision and the possible alternatives. Contact Claus Paws Animal Hospital.