Q&A: Can I use dog nail clippers on my cat?

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Question by Ashley: Can I use dog on my cat?
His front claws are getting way too long and sharp. He’s an inside cat.

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Answer by Hfttt
Would you use it? The awnser is no, if anything, bring to a vet to get declawed. really though, you shouldnt at all, as it is just creul.

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Comments

    • mleslife
    • October 5, 2012

    Haha, thanks!! And that was actually my mom saying that… she is so funny 🙂

    • T.J
    • October 5, 2012

    To say it’s cruel is overstating it, more than just a little. Cats can retract their claws which means to cut them can cause dis-comfort. If it is really bothering you that much, get them trimmed at a local vet, try to avoid getting your cat de-clawed as it’s unnatural for them to be without claws entirely. Once you’ve getten them trimmed or filed, try getting a scratching post. If a scratching post is too expensive for you, whay not make one!? Just buy a pice of thick pipe, have an old bucket and a small amout of concrete and some scrap carpet. Just pour the concrete a little way around the bucket, place the pipe inside and fill with a little more concrete, wait for it to set and take it out of the bucket, or cut the top away. Screw the carpet into the pipe and just attach some wood to the top with carpet on it. It sounds alot, but you can make so many scratching post for the fraction of the cost!

    • Kassia
    • October 5, 2012

    No, dog clippers are made for round, thick nails and cats have flat, small nails. Don’t use them, especially if your cat is really fidgety. You could actually cause bleeding and splintering.

    The best solution is either a scratching post or a wooden board set against a wall. Cats don’t like really long nails either.

    • WHAT
    • October 5, 2012

    Absolutely not. Leave his claws alone, he needs to defend HIS self. And normal walking will maintain the right length.

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