How much does it cost to get a cat declawed?

amdforever2

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God damned retarded cat just clawd the speakers to a 55' Mitsubishi bigscreen.

That fvckers god damned feet should be hacked off.

In lieu of that, how much? Usually?
 

Scouzer

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Just spend $10 on some cat repellent stuff to keep him away from the important stuff...my dad's cat is declawed and its depressing to see him try to use them and unable to.
 

Get a scratching post for your cat... and a watergun to spray at it when you catch it clawing something it shouldn't be.
And when you're not around 24/7 to spray your cat?
 

Looney

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Originally posted by: SampSon
Get a scratching post for your cat... and a watergun to spray at it when you catch it clawing something it shouldn't be.
And when you're not around 24/7 to spray your cat?

Put it in an area where it can't do any damage. It doesn't take long for the cat to learn.
 

ohtwell

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Please don't declaw your kitty. You should try soft claws instead. You can put them on yourself or you can have a vet do it. Scratching posts work well too, but you might want to try those just to be safe.


: ) Amanda
 

Feldenak

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I don't remember. I'll ask my fiancee later and see if she remembers...both of her cats are declawed.
 

amdforever2

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It's not even my cat. My stupid ass roomate then bitches at me when I smack the thing cause "he doesnt know any better".

When he's damaging by thousand dollar property, the damn thing better learn.
 

Curly01

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Another option is to have the little buggers claws trimmed. Did that to my pussy and she hasn't tore up much lately. The downside is you have to have it done a regular basis.

Make roomate pay for repairs.
 

Schadenfroh

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buy a clipper and cut the top part of the nail off, dont cut into the quick or it will hurt it. if you cut the tip off at a correct angle, it will not be as sharp and wont claw stuff as bad. Used to do it to my cat, not hard at all, if you dont hurt it while you are doing it. Of course you will have to repeat this process often to keep it under control.
 

phreakah

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my parents declawed their cat and it was like 100 bucks... the cat was fine during the recovery time.. it just didnt want you near her paws.. its been fine ever since, havent had any problems
 

Azraele

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It's a cat, it's gong to scratch. Did you train the cat properly? Did you provide the cat with a good scratching post? It's not the cat's fault it as being a cat.
 

ohtwell

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Originally posted by: Azraele
It's a cat, it's gong to scratch. Did you train the cat properly? Did you provide the cat with a good scratching post? It's not the cat's fault it as being a cat.
Some people don't understand that Az. It's sad. It's not his cat though, so has a reason to be a little miffed about it. Next time it scratches something, he'll probably just smack it around like he said he's already done. I feel sorry for the kitty.


: ) Amanda
 

Anubis

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dont declaw the cat, how woudl you like it if i cut your fingers off because you make stupid posts

"It's not even my cat. My stupid ass roomate then bitches at me when I smack the thing cause "he doesnt know any better".
When he's damaging by thousand dollar property, the damn thing better learn."

stop being cruel to the cat and it wont fusk with you stuff
keep hitting it and i hope he gouges out your eyes in your sleep