04-20-2011, 11:22 AM
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Originally Posted by Inga
My answer to that would be so it doesn't scratch up the house, crawl up the drapes or scratch my diabetic father. That said, I simply adopted cats that were already done, I have never had a cat declawed. I just know the common reasons why they are done.
Once again, it's a case of a lazy owner, not a bad cat, lol. Cats can be trained NOT to claw the furniture, crawl up the drapes, etc. it just takes time and persistence. I've never (nor would I) declaw a cat and I've never had a cat that has ruined anything of mine and I've lived with lots of cats over the years.