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The girls at the desk told us she was surrendered because her owners were having a baby.
She was 9 months old but because of her size was with the older dogs. I spoke to her and she lifted her head with an 'I don't know why I'm here' look …
Melissa Eplee, Simpsonville, SC
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The barbaric practice is banned in Europe, Australia, Japan, and 21 other countries, yet in the U.S. it is considered normal.
The process of declawing involves amputating the final knuckle joint in a cat's paws. It is NOT a simple nail clipping. The procedure not only mutilates the cat's paws, but can also lead to many complications.
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