Somebody told me that when they decided to have their cat declawed on front, they asked their vet how she would be able to defend herself, and they assured her that cats that are declawed on front will defend themselves with their back claws? I honestly think that is a story concocted by vets to encourage people to declaw. I just can't see a cat using his back legs to properly defend himself or catch food if the need arises. What do you think?
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2/26/09 at 3:40pm