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    Declawing cats is a topic that can be very controversial. There are multiple ways the procedure can be done, some more painful than others. Declawing is painful, and some consider it to be inhumane to remove something that is so much a part of a cat. However, some medical conditions require a claw or all claws to be removed. Follow the links below to find WebMD's comprehensive coverage about how declawing is done, what the arguments for and against declawing are, and much more.

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    Thumbnail: Declawing Cats Q&A: Positives, Negatives, and Alternatives

    WebMD veterinary experts answer common questions about declawing your cat, including the procedure, reasons for declawing, solutions for scratching problems, and your cat’s reaction and personality after declawing.

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