Where can I obtain my kitten declawed and nuterd for free?
I live in brunswick ohio and I need to help
Do NOT declaw him!! its natural for a cat to scratch. Get him a scratch post. His claws are his finger nails. how would you like to have yours ripped out?? you can check next to your vet or a vet and they can tell you where to get him fixed for free.
i would NOT recommend getting the cat declawed. Do some research b4!
declawing is literally adjectives off the end of their finger, not just taking out the fastener and is related to behavior/litter box problems. i have a male cat and after a little training he lone scratches where he is supposed to... please, don't declaw your kitty- it's cruel and unnecessary!
look for low cost spay/neuter programs in your area.
and whether you really care about that cat, do NOT get him declawed. why don't you research what declawing is and what it can do to your poor cat.
Check with your local SPCA or Humane Society for low cost spay/neuter clinics.
There could be a program in your area and whether it isn't free. They have like these vets that are for low income individuals check that out also. Its a big lend a hand to some.
You're not going to find anyone, anywhere that will declaw your cat for free, or even for a reduced price. It's an optional procedure that is done solitary for the owner's benefit. Unlike spaying and neutering, there is NO health assistance to the cat whatsoever. So, an optional procedure is never going to be free or cheap. I beg of you to consider not having your cat declawed. It's a cruel and barbaric procedure that involves amputating the cat's toes at the first knuckle. Imagine whether someone cut each of your toes off at the first joint where on earth they bend. This is what you'll be doing to your cat. There are alternatives to declawing, and I haven't met a cat yet that couldn't be taught to scratch appropriately. This is surrounded by over 20 years of working with cat rescues and shelters, and includes the feral cats I've worked with. So... I know it's possible. Please read the information in the interconnect below to learn more about declawing and the alternatives that are out there. It won't cost you anything but time, but could squirrel away your cat years of suffering. The information is very straight-forward and is not as in-your-face as what I've already said.
The BEST thing for this kitten would be for you to bring him to a no-kill shelter so that someone next to the means to provide for him can adopt him. And also someone who wouldn't mutilate him by severing his toes! You have NO trade being a pet owner!
I don't think that you can return with that to happen ANY WHERE for FREE
But you can uaslly get your cat fixed at six months
But declawing your cat isn't a good belief
If you cat just so happens to run away later your cat has VERY little chance of survival
So please don't declaw the cat
But do nutur him
Adopt a cat from a shelter then permit him spread the love!
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