Let’s face it; declawing cats is one of the most controversial topics in cat care. One of the newer procedures to eliminate cat scratching is laser declawing, also known as onychectomy.
Set on removing those claws? Laser claw removal is being viewed as a better option for cats than traditional declawing methods.
Keep reading to learn more about laser declawing cats and how it will affect your cat.
This little guy looks like Uncle Sam was reincarnated, as a cat of course!
Looking for a good time waster? Do you enjoy playing online cat games and dog games?
I’ve searched through the interwebz for cool pet-related games. Here are my favorites:
Cats are a lot like us. They try to behave in ways that maximize things that they want (like rewards, treats, affection, etc.) and minimize things they want to avoid.
Just like us, cats tend to be repulsed by certain odors. Some things just stink, and cats may respond to unpleasant smells by meowing excessively or misbehaving. If you know what smells cats hate, you can try to make your cat happier by eliminating those stenches.
Cats scratch stuff. Declawing could be a way to save your stuff. How much does declawing cats cost, both in terms of money and potential problems with the procedure?
Cat declawing (also known as onychectomy) has caused quite a bit of controversy. It’s illegal in many countries and condemned by the Humane Society and the ASPCA. The cost of declawing a cat is not purely monetary. Cat lovers must consider the feelings of their cats before making a decision.
Cat Training exists for a reason.
Has your cat been spraying in the wrong places? Is your cat urinating outside of the litter box?
This could be a sign of a medical condition. Bernhard Pukay discussed this issue on March 21, 2011 in the Ottawa Citizen:
“In order to determine the reason why your cat urinates outside the litter box, it will be necessary to do some tests, although whether or not they will be expensive will be determined by how difficult it is to arrive at a definitive diagnosis.”
I think I’ve officially seen everything.
Is your cat too aggressive? Do you want to know how to train a kitten to play gently?
Teach your kitten the right way to behave.
Does your cat refuse to stop scratching up your house? One solution is cat trees that look like trees.
First thing’s first: Your cat needs to scratch. It’s instinctual. In the wild, cats need to scratch to sharpen their claws, and scratching has become an evolutionary necessity.
So there are no illusions. You will never get your cat to stop scratching because cats need to scratch. You can, however, give your cat a better place to scratch. Continue reading…