No, its not! Complications of declawing include chronic pain, nerve damage and recurrent infections. Some cats may even stop using the litter tray because the grit hurts them. Walking also may become difficult because they have no toes and they won’t be able to balance properly. Without claws cats can’t defend themselves or climb a tree. Declawing is an unneccessary practice instead cat owners should train their cats to use a scratch post.

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