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Old 27-09-2008, 08:49 PM
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Talking Soft Claws are the best!!!! Cat scratching furniture stopper!!!!

Hi peeps thought i'd share with you my experence with SOFT CLAWS which I have been using for my Bengals Cats.

Alot of you may have already heard of this product some may not but for those who haven't, you are probably in the same boat as me!

I have 2 Bengal Cats and both like scratching the sofa all the time! Which has wrecked the back of our sofa and left loads of marks on the front!!

SOFT CLAWS are plastic nails that you glue on to your cats nails.

We've had them our boys and there working really well!!! No scratched furniture or ANYTHING!!! There the perfect solution to keeping indoor cats who love scratching your possesions!

Just thought I'd share this knowledge with other cat owners who are also annoyed at there kitty for wrecking there sofas! Get Soft Claws! Well reccomended!!!!!!!!!

They also come in a variety of colours and sizes for all kittens/cats!





Hope this helps anyone with naughty cats!!!!!

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Old 27-09-2008, 08:58 PM
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Just curious. How do the cats shed the outer sheath of the nail as new growth comes through? Or does it mean u need to keep reapplying the plastic claw things? Also how do the cats retract their claws? As it looks like with these things on they're permanantly out...

There are anti scratch sprays and tape that you can get to put on furniture etc, did you try that?

Bit drastic for me personally.
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Please be sure to only user on INDOOR cats as this stops their self defence mechanism
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Please tell me this is a joke,
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My cat is decent, he never scratches my things, he's been taught when he was a kitten not to scratch anything but his post.


And yeah do you change them often? My cat always sheds his nails.
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Nope they are an American invention instead of declawing
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Nope they are an American invention instead of declawing

Don't agree with that either. Considering they remove part of the knuckle in order to do the procedure. Just completely unecessary.
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Old 27-09-2008, 09:10 PM
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this is not a joke and the plastic claws shed naturally with the actual claw so yes you do need to change the nails which last every 4-6 weeks.

ONLY TO BE USED BY INDOOR CATS!

Soft Claws and Soft Paws now available in the UK - The Pet Care Accessory for cats and dogs' destructive scratching

They are also reccomended by vets so if you think its a bad idea that will hurt your cat your wrong...ask your vet.


You can buy them off ebay for about £14 for a 6 month supply! We tried everything with our cats and nothing worked untill we saw these!
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