Declawed Nibs Has Been Crippled By A Veterinarian & A Veterinarian Is Relieving His Pain

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The Paw Project
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Another declawed/crippled cat treated by Paw Project Director, Dr. Rocio Bellido. ❤️❤️❤️
Nibs is a 5-year old, front declawed, female cat that was surrendered to KC Pet Project, where Dr. Bellido practices. After taking x-rays of her paws, it was discovered found she had residual P3 bone fragments in all her toes as a result of the declaw procedure. These pieces of bone were pushing against the paw pad causing calluses and pain. She also had nail regrowth.

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Declawed Sophie-Returned Several Times For Litterbox Avoidance-Paw Project Client

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PAW PROJECT HELPS ANOTHER CRIPPLED CAT. Today was a big day in the Paw Project-Utah Operating Room! Dr. Kirsten Doub and Dr. Timna Fischbein (of Best Friends Animal Society), worked together to repair Sophie’s paws! Sophie is a declawed cat who has been adopted and returned several times for litterbox avoidance. Dr. Kirsten Doub, Paw Project-Utah Director, was able to pass on her considerable surgical paw repair experience and skill set to another compassionate Utah veterinarian in the hopes that more cats can be helped locally…two compassionate and caring DVMs working together to save one cat that another DVM butchered by declawing it!

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Zoe Was Declawed And Then His Teeth Were Taken Out Because He Started Biting-PAW PROJECT Will Help Relieve Some Of His Pain

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This poor cat Zoe, was declawed by his owners, and then when having behavioral issues with biting (very common in declawed cats that are in pain) they actually took him to a vet who agreed to remove his canines!!!! I wish I knew who did this to him. We will be working with Dr. Doub (The Paw Project- Utah) to get this boy in for an an evaluation and we will do everything we can to help him reach a point where he is no longer in pain! This horrific mutilation of cats must stop! Thankfully, Davis County immediately reached out to us on this boy. Even though they cannot currently touch him at all -they are taking great care of him until we can get him on pain meds and sedated for his evaluation. It’s even more horrifying that the vet who removed his canines did not educate these people on why this cat is in so much pain and being aggressive probably the same but that declawed him! Then further maimed him by removing his healthy teeth…. we will be setting up a fundraiser to help Zoe so please when you see the fundraiser go up help us help him! Please share this post and help us educate about ending this mutilation of our feline friends! #declawedanddumped #bandeclawing#pawproject

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WARNING: GRAPHIC-Declawed Sam Adams Cat Needed Surgery On His Infected Paws/Infected Bones-Paw Project Operates

 

The Paw Project added 7 new photos to the album: SAM ADAMS’ PAW REPAIR — at Kindness Animal Hospital.
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Thanks to Dr. Suzanne Hurst, Paw Project-Oklahoma Director, of Kindness Animal Hospital for performing the surgery. Sam Adams had been declawed and was in pain and had trouble walking. He had his procedure on June 29, 2018. He did very well. Dr. Hurst found infection in his declawed toes. GRAPHIC PICTURES, SORRY. She cleaned out the infection and will continue to treat Sam during his recovery.

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Oakley Cat Is Crippled & In Constant Pain From Declawing/Flat Paws & KoKo Cat Had Huge Bone Pieces-Both Cats Needed Surgery-Paw Project

 

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Declawed & Dumped-Egret & Maddie-Have Toe Joints That Wouldn’t Fully Extend From Years Of Walking Abnormally

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This is Egret (Black & White) & Maddie (White) from our friends at the League City Animal Shelter just south of Houston. These poor girls were surrendered for unknown reasons. They were taken to see Dr. Nicole Martell-Moran at the Feline Medical Center in Houston for a paw evaluation last week. A couple of very small bone fragments were seen on the Xray however they are so small that surgery is most likely not going to be beneficial for them. On physical exam Maddie would not allow her back to be pet and tried to bite multiple times and both had toe joints that wouldn’t fully extend from years of walking abnormally. Both girls had small shriveled paw pads with small pressure sores on them. A pain and anxiety medication trial will be started for both cats that will hopefully increase their chances of finding a forever home. Please wish them luck as we continue to work with them to relieve their discomfort!

 

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MORE THAN YOU EVER WANTED TO KNOW ABOUT “CAT-SCRATCH DISEASE” – by the Paw Project

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MORE THAN YOU EVER WANTED TO KNOW ABOUT “CAT-SCRATCH DISEASE” – by the Paw Project
First, “Cat-Scratch Disease” is a misnomer…caused by misunderstanding about the cause of the disease. In scientific literature, the disease is currently more often called Bartonellosis. Bartonellosis, caused by the bacteria Bartonella henselae, is transmitted via flea feces. Declawing is not recommended on the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention (CDC) webpage regarding prevention of Bartonellosis (http://www.cdc.gov/healthypets/diseases/cat-scratch.html). While it can be argued that flea “dirt” embedded under a cat’s nails can be the source of infection when a person is scratched, it can also be caused by flea bites, or any wound caused by any means that is contaminated by fleas feces containing the Bartonella bacteria. The logical and medically sound method of prevention is to provide solid, ongoing flea control, not amputation of a cat’s digits.

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