The ugly truth about declawing cats

The ugly truth about declawing cats

Around 45.3 million American households have cats, attesting to the deep love that Americans have for our feline companions. Yet bringing cats into our homes often means compromises and frustrations, such as scratched-up furniture — or even, for particularly feisty cats, scratches on their humans’ bodies, which can cause disease.

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