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This common Veterinary Procedure is leaving cats permanently mutilated and why you should be worried
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Declawing is a surgical procedure, also called onychectomy, in which the feline’s toes are amputated at the last joint. 719 more words
As discussed previously in The Truth Behind Declawing, there are bound to be some differences in a cat after the surgery. A veterinarian will keep a cat for a few days afterwards to monitor how well it is healing, and if everything seems to be fine it will be sent home with its owners. 547 more words