I never said anything about pain. Let me repeat. De-clawing a cat robs it of
its primary offensive and defensive weapon. It cannot navigate at speed
without claws (do you wonder why the Cheeta is the only cat with
non-retractable claws), it cannot climb, it cannot stand and fight while
maintaining the ability to retreat.
Those who de-claw cats are evil and should be shunned by other species,
including humans. They are only one step above the scum that forms atop a
septic system in likeability, but even that is far, far higher than vets who
actually perform the procedure.
You're simply wrong. A cat's primary offensive and defensive
weapon is the *BACK* claws. They are far more powerful than the
fronts (no power in them at all). It takes power to run, climb and
fight. The fronts (and spitting/showing of the teeth) are merely a
warning to offenders.
You are the idiot. By the time most domestic cats resort to their back claws
they are already injured.
Because most cat fights are front end only a declawed cat usually get
scratched pretty good every time leading to infections a leading killer of
Another thing shit for brains.
Do you really want your cats ONLY defense against a toddler to be it's teeth
and BACK claws?
Are you really this callous?
You're one of the low-lifes who can't control their children?
Somehow I figured as much.
I know no one with young kids. The cats have enough sense to stay
away from strangers (well, one wants to play with any man that
comes in the house). Seems we're in the age between children and
grandchildren, as are our friends.
String a shocker line from a Fi-Shock along the base of the fence. It will
take the dog about two times. Unless he is a knucklehead, and then it could
take more than twice. If he hasn't learned by the tenth time he has been
shocked, trade him for a goldfish.
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