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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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White people were significantly more likely than others to say that pets should be spayed or neutered early in life and that it is okay to declaw cats and least likely to say that having a cat or dog teaches children to be responsible.
Storing crustaceans overnight: Like many anglers, I catch my crabs and declaw them, and often keep them overnight or for several days.
That's not to suggest you should declaw your cat," she says, "only that he will not be any more inclined to bite.
Maybe the NCAA can now convince itself that if USC is willing to declaw its hot basketball team, it can be trusted to show the same tough love with the mighty football team.
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This year, Assemblyman Paul Koretz of West Hollywood, one of the most consistently silly Democrats, has authored AB 1857, making it a crime to declaw exotic cats.
While Goldfinger tried to use an industrial laser to vaporize Agent 007's manhood, veterinary researchers at Iowa State University used a medical laser to declaw 10 cats, and good old fashioned scalpels to declaw 10 more, for comparison.
Los Angeles Zoo spokeswoman Lora LaMarca said that the zoo does not declaw any of its felines, and the facility's chief veterinarian, Dr.
When you declaw a cat, you take away its life,'' Conrad said.
Topics range from such basic techniques as spays, castrations, and declaws to more advanced surgeries like craniotomy and lung lobectomy.