This would legit make such a neat series of stories though
Imagine each story someone makes a wish and different agents go and try to make it come true
the other day we were discussing dating and this one dude was like “I don’t see the big deal why can’t people just ask people out without all the fuss” and another guy was like “well you get nervous and you get butterflies in your stomach ya know” and the first dude looked the other dude straight in the eye and said “DIGEST THEM.”
Soft claws nail caps are an ‘attractive’ and humane alternative to declawing your cat. Developed by a veterinarian, Soft Claws are vinyl nail caps that glue on to your cat’s claws. The nail caps cover the claw tips so no damage occurs when your cat scratches. One package contains enough nail caps for 4 applications on Kitty’s front paws. Each application lasts approximately 4-6 weeks. Soft Claws come in Kitten, Small, Medium, and Large sizes, and in Natural, Purple, Pink, Blue, and Red colors.
Not to mention, these don’t damage your cat’s nails, because the cat sheds the outer layer of their nails when they grow. So, just the cap comes off, and you can glue on a new one! They also don’t hurt the cat whatsoever. It just might be a little different for them at first! :>
I have these for my kitty and the work like a charm!
Do make sure you look into all options before considering getting your cat declawed. Declawing your cat can be extremely painful and cause serious health issues later in life. Technically speaking, getting your cat declawed is the equivalence taking off the distal phalange off a cat. It also causes the cat to walk on the back of their paws with results in arthritis in the shoulders when the cat gets older.
I recommend Soft Claws 100%!
Boosting this! I recommend Soft Claws all the time. I was told when I was younger that declawing is less like trimming your nails and more like someone removing your fingertips.
I will say that start them on these when they’re young, a lot of older cats who have them put on are confused by them and try to chew em off.
I got these for my cats. We called them Pretty Paws. They did fall off after months of use but still awesome for not declawing cats.