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New name,old face

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Hi,I used to be PrairieCrow,but now,I'd rather go by the name of PrairieDuck,or Ducky. I still have Roke,but I'm thinking of getting her declawed because she's too rough with the furniture.
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Hola y bienvenido a TCS, ...Catulina y Milky te saludan!!!........
(Translate: Hi and Welcome to TCS, Catulina and Milky say hello to you!!!...)

See you on the forums!
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Welcome to TCS! .....again!
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Welcome back
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WB I like you was here before but I cant remember my login details lol
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Your thread was moved to the Care and Grooming forum, so that more members will see your thread and give you feedback about declawing a cat.

Declawing a cat, is not a step to take lightly.
Because claws are a fundamental part of a cat....
many cats, who have been declawed, have negative personality changes.
They also have been known to develop difficult litter box problems.

There are viable options to declawing, that I hope you consider trying, before you even think of taking such a drastic, irrevocable step. I am sure that soon, members will have some great ideas for you to try.

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There is a good (two-part) article about scratching on this very website ... http://www.thecatsite.com/Behavior/5...o-Stop-It.html
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