Did any of our furiends take toesies shots this week? We sure love us some furry toesies around here!
Happy Tuesday to all!
Our Tip of the Day:
Please always keep in mind that declawing a cat is not just a removal of the claw, but also a removal of part of the actual toe itself. This means that, since it is missing part of the digit of each declawed toe, a declawed cat has to learn to walk in a manner at least slightly different than cats that are not declawed. Declawing and the resulting altered method of ambulation can lead to pain, which could potentially lead to aversion to using litter and other such issues in life. What's more, the affected cat may very likely develop significant arthritis later in life. If debating whether or not to declaw a cat, please keep these effects of declawing in mind, as they will affect the cat for the entirety of its life.