We have a number of declawed cats for adoption in South Carolina. These days declawing cats is largely seen as a barbaric practice, no matter what demands landlords make on tenants or how nice your furniture. This situation has been a long time coming. The practice is particularly cruel when done on adult cats. However, we have a number of adult cats that were declawed in a previous life, and require safe indoors homes or homes with 100% secure gardens or outdoor runs.
The problem with trying to find homes for declawed cats in South Carolina is placing the cats in homes where the limitations of declawed cats are well understood. We recently found a home for a middle aged declawed cat in a home with very valuable antique furniture. Now these adopters would NOT have gone out and adopted a kitten only to declaw it later. But rather they were able to provide a safe and loving environment for an adult cat that was already declawed.
Some of the declawed cats available at Clover (SC) or Hodges (SC) will make fine companion cats and some need to be the only cat in the house.
Some of the declawed cats available for adoption will be well suited to older adopters, where adopting a kitten or young cat would be inpractical or selfish.
To find out more about the declawed cats available for adoption in Clover, York County, please email Furry Friends Rescue Center at melissaspets@firstname.lastname@example.org, remove teh @nospam before sending. For the availability of declawed cats at Hodges, Greenwood County, please email Furby’s Half Way House at elisablacktaylor@email@example.com. Remove the @no spam before sending.