Declawing Wild Cats

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The declawing of cats has become accepted by society and is very common. Most people who sign up their feline friends for this amputation are not aware it is an amputation or educated on the damaging side effects; they simply want to save their furniture and avoid getting scratched. Having the tips of your fingers at the first joint below your fingernail cut off is equivalent to declawing a cat, therefore, it is an amputation. Some of the many side effects that go along with declawing include behavioral problems, changes in personality, pain, and death. Wild cats who have been taken into captivity at zoos, amusement parks, circuses, or are illegally kept as pets, also experience the harsh effects of declawing. Claws are extremely significant

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