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declaw

(dē-klô′)
tr.v. de·clawed, de·clawing, de·claws
To remove the claws from: declaw a cat.
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By comparing the contests involving either manually declawed or autotomized males competing against intact males insights into the assessment processes during contests may be gained.
The other four rehomed lions, which haven't been declawed, will join nine lions imported from a zoo in South Korea in March for the African Village, one of four exhibits at the new park, Husband said.
Cats that have been declawed can experience pain, infection, lameness or changes in behavior, such as urinating outside the litter box or biting.
The reality is there are more cats that end up in shelters who are declawed because it is not unusual for them to exhibit bad behavior after being declawed.
But since the musical is determined to celebrate sisterhood, the gals need to be declawed in preparation for an upbeat finale.
Like those who sold Bobo to the Tullers, many people believe that a darling wildcat kitten can be domesticated if it's hand-raised, bottle-fed and declawed.
But when Berry has her turn as Catwoman in a leading role, Selina's name gets changed to Patience, and Catwoman gets declawed.
For one of those mega-accounts, a global hotel company, Braun was the "engineer" behind a reformation of its program that declawed CAT concerns, said the risk management director.
MALNOURISHED, declawed and missing some of her teeth and the tip of her tail, Sabrina the lion was returned to Gaza Zoo yesterday.
The trainer explained that the beast was declawed and toothless and could not hurt anybody.
If he glides, ghosts, and creates - and his pack front up to Leicester's grizzled forwards - the Tiger may yet be declawed.
Skinner and Smith say there's been an overflow effect, too, from buyers priced out of genuine muscle cars: an increase in interest in--and prices for--less aggressively powered pony cars, like V-6 Mustangs and Camaros and even some of the mid- to late-1970s and 1980s performance cars that were declawed by new clean-air regulations.