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Amy
Rating: 4

Good alternative to declawing if scratching is an issue

posted 6 years ago

These area great idea and I believe can work well for some cats. I tried this on my cats, because I work at a shelter and wanted to be able to give families first hand information when they ask about how these work. I tried these on 2 cats and 2 kittens. They weren't too bad to apply (my cats are pretty good as I clip their nails on a monthly basis and they are use to it) but one of my cats really didn't like them and it really seemed to bother him. He would walk funny after first, not like it hurt, but was bothering him and I felt bad. :( The others really didn't mind and got use to them pretty quickly after about the 3rd day everyone acted norma and like nothing had changed. The only thing is I think I didn't apply them really correctly and they only stayed on for about a month. As far as I know they are supposed to stay on for about 3 months.

Pros: Help keep your cat rom runing furniture or scratching you

Cons: Hard to apply and hard for cat to adjust to them

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Rating: 5

Soft Claws for cats

posted 6 years ago

These are truely a great invention. I have 7 cats who all have their claws. The description from the original poster is absolutely correct. When they fall off all you have to do is reapply them. I usually get the multi pack (each cat has his/her own color) that way I can tell from across the room if they are all still on and if I find a loose one I can generally just glue it back on. I have found the kitten size to be more difficult to keep on and wish they were in color also. This is such a great invention. They are available online softpaws.com and also at petco/petsmart. I have worked at many vet hospitals and they refuse to carry it. I tried to tell them they would get repeat customers for life (Yes they work that well) instead of a one time money grab to mutilate a family pet. I wish they would at least explore the option of choices.l

Pros: Cats do not have to be mutilated

Cons: eventually they fall off Just re-apply

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Jessica L.
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Rating: 2

Yikes

posted 6 years ago

I tried soft claws about a year ago but had a hard time getting them on my one cat. When they eventually did get on, most fell off within a few days. One, however, got stuck on there and I couldn't get it off for the longest time. His nail was growing but the claw cover was not coming off. I eventually had to take him to the vet to have it cut off.

Pros: Nice idea

Cons: Hurt my cat

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andrea f.
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Rating: 5

Great alternative to declawing

posted 6 years ago

These worked great for our indoor cat to keep him from scrathing on the furniture. He was used to going outside and for two years we lived where he couldn't. He wanted to destroy everything and we didn't want to declaw. They didn't bother him after a few weeks. They were never painful for him, but expect some aggrevation the first few weeks. There was the initial what is this reaction. Then what have you done to my paws. Then they will come off if it kills me. Finally he got used to them and only picked at them once his claws grew out. They came off easily then and were easily replaced.

Pros: These Work!!

Cons: Snapping noise when cat tried to get them off

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Elizabeth H.
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Rating: 5

The best alternative to declawing.

posted 6 years ago

Let me start out by saying that I love this product! I don't believe in declawing but it pained me to see my cats scratch my furniture. I have tried everything to keep my cats from scratching and had no luck until I purchased the claw caps. I handle my cats feet quite a bit so I had no trouble getting them on. I can see where if you don't handle your cats feet much that it would be very difficult to do though. I think they are a little spendy but well worth it. My cats still scratch but they are not able to do any damage. I would recommend this product to everyone with cats.

Pros: Long lasting

Cons: A little spendy

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