Video-Curious To Know What Declawing Does To Cats, And Why Their Paws Often Need To Be Repaired?

VIDEO: Curious to know what declawing does to cats, and why their paws often need repaired? Dr. Snyder, one of our vets and the Indiana representative for the Paw Project, is here to explain.

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By: Dr. Jessica Snyder, Director of Paw Project-Indiana and Top Veterinarian At Humane Society of Indianapolis, Indiana

Dr. Snyder earned her doctorate in veterinary medicine from the University of Missouri. After graduation she moved to Bloomington, Indiana, where she worked with dogs, cats, and even Indiana wildlife. In 2015, Dr. Snyder took a position at the Humane Society of Indianapolis, where she has continued to serve as an advocate for shelter animals. In this role she has seen the high return rate of declawed cats because of their unique behavior and medical conditions. Through working with other members of the Paw Project, she has been able to provide declawed shelter residents relief by performing paw repair surgery and overseeing medical management of their pain. At the Humane Society of Indianapolis, she enjoys her ability to educate the public about feline enrichment and advocate for the end of declawing in Indianapolis and hopefully the country as a whole.

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