Cats are relatively low maintenance as pets, but the typical housecat may need help when it comes to their nails. As natural predators, cats have razor sharp claws that would help them hunt, but your typical tabby has their meals hand-delivered in a dish.
While it’s not mandatory to trim your cat’s claws, it can limit the damage they do to your furniture.
Do not do this to outdoor cats!
Outdoor cats need to defend themselves and short nails could get in the way of that
Put him full nelson
Scruffing an adult cat can be problematic. Mother cats often scruff kitten to carry them around, but it is painful for adult cats. We recommend holding your cat in a secure an pain-free manner
Swish tiny feet so nails come out
Just like a swiss army knife, these weapons come out on command.
DO NOT trim near the pink part of their claw
This can cause bleeding and the last thing we want is an injury to your furry pal
You’ll always be able to trim more if you are too timid.
Give smooch if you can
Your cat deserves holistic wellness, which includes everything from good quality nutrition to consistent grooming. Learn more about how to give them their best life below.