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Picture of SSTR (Stop & Smell the Roses)
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We're thinking about putting claw covers on our young cat. Sorry, I don't remember what they are called. Has anyone had good luck with these?
 
Posts: 679 | Location: TX Gulf coast, zone 9 | Registered: Mar 19, 2008Reply With QuoteReport This Post
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He's an inside cat.
 
Posts: 679 | Location: TX Gulf coast, zone 9 | Registered: Mar 19, 2008Reply With QuoteReport This Post
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I haven't tried them.

I trim my cats'toe nails Its easy. Gently squeeze the foot top to bottom. That forces the claws to extend. Clip them off with the same clippers you use on your own nails. It has to be done about every 2 weeks.

Those nail covers fall off as the nail grows. Plan on replacing them about every month.
 
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