Started by John Copeland, February 27, 2009, 06:30:10 PM
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Quote from: vandermolen on May 23, 2023, 01:20:35 PMThis morning I was ordered to take our cat to the vet to get his nails clipped as he is systematically destroying the newly refurbished sofa (if we try to clip his nails at home pandemonium breaks loose but, as you can see, he is as good as gold with the veterinary nurses). He has now recovered from the trauma I am pleased to say:
Quote from: Pohjolas Daughter on May 24, 2023, 02:22:06 AMOh, boy! That might get rather expensive. If I'm recalling correctly, I had to trim my kitties' nails about once a month (re the indoors ones)? A tip (If you want to try it again): get them when they are sleepy...a few claws at a time. Another tip: get them used to it when they are young. I also saw one video on the great YT: one person was feeding a kitten tiny bits of tuna whilst another vet tech was trimming the kittens claws. Just some suggestions/tricks.Hope that you enjoy your new sofa!PD
Quote from: vandermolen on May 24, 2023, 05:12:58 AMThanks PD - that is helpful Actually it's the old sofa that has been re-covered. We have some kind of special plan with the vets which means that the nail clipping is free.
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