The thought of declawing
a cat is repulsive to many.
A recent veterinary journal described a procedure placing small beads on cats' claws as an alternative to surgical declawing
July 14, 2011 /PRNewswire-USNewswire/ -- The American Veterinary Medical Association (AVMA) announced today the release of a new educational video for cat owners on declawing
and its alternatives.
While the lion cub is receiving medicine for infected paws following a declawing
operation, Hemadeh noted that "none of these treatments have been prescribed by a vet, and no vet is currently overseeing this treatment -- it is being done by one of the circus employees.
Without debate, the Los Angeles City Council on Tuesday approved a ban on the declawing
of cats that will take effect by the year's end.
KAREN STITH, a cat owner in West Hollywood, California, speaking out against declawing
The Niners' 16-3 record was the NFL's best in 1981, and the team closed out the season by declawing
the Cincinnati Bengals, 26-21, in Super Bowl XVI.
The Pilot[TM] is extremely effective for common surgeries, including declawing
, neutering/spaying, gingivectomy and other soft-tissue procedures.
Contrary to our expectations, the particular response of autotomy, similar to declawing
, was observed in the histamine-treated groups in the current study, differing from the results with other biogenic amines.
Re "City should stay out of declawing
debate" (Editorial, Nov.
It is, in part, a response to the June 2007 decision of the California Court of Appeals to allow the City of West Hollywood to pass a declawing
ban not authorized by the California Veterinary Medical Practice Act.
But Bonus fears for the local cat population - domesticated or wild - if the City Council passes a proposal to ban declawing