Cat Training & Resources

Bringing Home your New Cat

Adopting a cat can be a very exciting time for you and your family but for your cat it is a life changing moment. Cats have very long memories so you want to make the best first impression possible.
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Declawing Cats

Declawing is performed by either amputating the last digit of the cat’s toes or by severing the tendons attached to the cat’s claws. After declawing, 25% of cats develop physical complications and many more develop behavior issues related to the declaw surgery and recovery. Operation Kindness does not recommend declawing of cats.
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Rough Play in Cats

All kittens and young cats need a lot of play. Cats stalk, chase, pounce, swat, kick, scratch and bite when they play. These tips will help train your cat to play nicely.
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