The verdict? He says they're quite delicious.
Anybuddy else have delectable toesies?
Our Tip of the Day:
It is often perfectly normal for kitties to chew on their claws, as that is how they remove the outer husks, or sheaths, of the nails. That's why you sometimes find kitty claw husks lying around your house. That being said, it is nevertheless still important to always monitor grooming and other related behaviors. This is because even cats can have anxiety and obsessive compulsive disorders that result in behaviors such as excessive nail chewing, just like humans can. Kitties will also often over-groom in other regards when anxious, such as by excessively chewing or licking the paws, abdomen, or other areas of the body. These behaviors can also be the result of certain medical issues, such as in the case of dermatitis or even a UTI. As always, you know your kitty best. If you think your kitty is nail-chewing or overall grooming beyond what is normal or healthy, please consult a veterinarian.