Best Cat Nail Caps

Updated March 2019
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A more humane alternative to declawing, cat nail caps provide a soft covering to take the edge off your cat’s razor-sharp claws. Whether your kitty is a shameless upholstery shredder, a chronic curtain climber, or a bloodthirsty bandit, cat nail caps can help keep both your furniture and your skin intact. Cat nail caps are available in a range of sizes to fit kittens and cats, and can even be applied to the back paws to prevent compulsive scratchers from harming themselves. Many come in a variety of eye-catching colors to complement your feline’s unique personality. Vivid colors can also make it easier to spot a missing nail cap. With the right fit and proper application, most cats adapt well to wearing their new nail accessories. However, getting used to them may take some time. If your feline friend is especially spirited and you have a tough time applying the nail caps, consider enlisting the help of your vet.

 

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