The OP pens down her headline
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The OP does remember the interview process everyone had to go through to adopt a pet
It was kind of hidden away so the people who work there can train the cats
Scratched up furniture is a small price to pay for a happy and healthy cat
The Reddit post got hundreds of comments and here are a bunch of them below
Declawing a cat is a form of abuse
This Redditor hopes they didn't go to a different shelter
This Redditor can't see the problem here
Okay so genuine question: why is it bad for them to adopt a declawed cat? If they were going to get a regular cat declawed or if they expected you to declaw them, sure. But if they aren't someone who would do that themselves I don't get what the problem is. Again, not defending the EP, I would actually like someone to point this out to me.
They have sophisticated the process
This Redditor doesn't know what kind of person would declaw a cat
They get to keep their claws and you keep your furniture
Cats that are declawed makes this Redditor cry
This Redditor sees no reason why they should declaw a cat
Sometimes, people choose to declaw their cat out of habit because it's been done this way for years and comes naturally to them. Some cat owners may also be concerned about their present declawed cats being in danger from a new cat that comes into the house with its claws intact.
Still, it's not good to declaw cats as you'll just make their lives unbearable. Leave your thoughts about this story below.