New bill ban cat declawing in California

 New bill ban cat declawing in California

The California State Assembly has introduced a ban on claw removal surgery for cats. The law will be further approved by the state Senate.

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The reasoning for this decision was that cats’ claws grow straight from the bone – after surgery, animals experience prolonged pain that sometimes lasts a lifetime. At the same time, they may have a walking disorder, as well as a severe psychological condition.


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Experts believe that this is a painful and dangerous procedure, and suggest that owners do not go to a surgeon, and accustom the animal to the scratching post. If necessary, claws can also be trimmed.


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The law will set a total ban on these operations for “cosmetic or aesthetic” purposes. Claws can be removed only after a veterinarian’s decision if there is a real medical reason for doing so.




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