• Kittens—up to six months of age (None
available right now)
• Declawed or those with Tenotomies.
tenotomy is a surgical procedure where the tendon that allows
each claw to engage/disengage is severed. Its much
less invasive than either the surgical-dissection
method (more preferred) or the guillotine method
(least preferred) of removing claws.
Declawing (amazingly enough) is still considered to be controversial in the USA. Some veterinarians just won’t do it. Others think laser surgery makes the recovery less painful. Still others think a tenotomy is the way to go. The UK considers declawing inhumane...it’s illegal there.
Please go to and study this link BEFORE you make an appointment to have a cat declawed.