Specializing in Doll Face Persian Kittens for Sale since 1989 – A+ rating with the BBB! Himalayan and Exotic Shorthair Persian Kittens also available!

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We specialize in highly unique, ultra rare and one of a kind Persian coat colors. If you are one of those people that crave originality in life, you have arrived at the right website. We offer an array of designer patterns synchronized with elaborate custom colors. The majority of our kittens are like one of a kind Picasso paintings. We hope you enjoy your visit to our furry purry art gallery.
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Declawing

The Truth About Declawing

Scratching Posts

Did you know?

Scratching is a completely normal feline behavior. It isn’t done to destroy a favorite chair or rug. Cats scratch to remove the dead husks from their claws, mark territory, and stretch their muscles.

Cats are usually about 6-8 weeks old when they begin scratching. This is the ideal time to train kittens to use a scratching post. You should also begin to trim your kitty’s nails if you would like to get them used to the procedure. However, nail trimming is also not a necessary procedure. Pet caregivers should not consider declawing as a routine prevention for unwanted scratching. Declawing can actually lead to an entirely different negative set of behaviors that may be worse than scratching.

What is declawing?

Far too often, pet owners believe that declawing is a simple and painless surgery done in order to prevent their feline from scratching—the equivalent of having your fingernails trimmed. Unfortunately, this is far from the truth.

Unlike humans, where our nails grow from our nail beds, a cat’s nails are an extension of the bone. Declawing traditionally involves the amputation of the last bone of each toe. If performed on a human being, it would be like cutting off each finger at the last knuckle.

It is an unnecessary surgery that provides no medical benefit to the cat. Educated pet parents can easily train their cats to use their claws in a manner that allows everyone in the household to live together happily.

Declawed cats can exhibit many negative behaviors as a direct result of declawing. It can even affect their health. The most common issue is the abrupt stop of normal bathroom behaviors. Even with a cat who has been well trained to use their litter pan, all of the sudden they may eliminate elsewhere, either near their litter pan or somewhere else entirely. Now that a cat is missing a portion of their paws, it is very painful for them to walk upon the litter provided for them. They are unable to dig in the litter and cover up their mess, therefore they go potty somewhere more comfortable.

Side Effects of Declawing

Cats can also experience serious medical issues as a result; arthritis, infection, tissue death, lameness, and other joint problems. While arthritis and lameness of these issues may take years to present themselves because your cat’s paws have been partially amputated they now walk differently.

Some declawed cats may experience negative social behaviors as well. They are more likely to bite and be antisocial because they no longer have their claws as apart of defense.

By providing a scratching post within the home, and the use of catnip or another cat attractant, your kitty is actually more likely to use the scratching post rather than your furniture to stretch and scratch.

Trim your kitten’s nails with these easy to use nail clippers!

 

 

Featured Available Kittens

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Golden Tabby & White Persian Kitten

Silver Chinchilla Persian Kitten

Golden Persian Kitten

Doll Face Persian Kitten

Shaded Golden Tabby Persian Kitten

Silver Tortie Kitten

Chinchilla Silver Persian Kitten

Chinchilla Silver & White Persian Kitten

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