Story published May 2022 In January, 2022, the AVMA sent a letter of opposition to the Maryland anti-declawing bill. (This bill was signed by the Governor of MD in April 2022. Maryland is the 2nd state to ban declawing.) The AVMA used the usual weak excuses to condone this barbaric animal cruelty and also said, […]
The Point by Point Rebuttal to the AVMA’s Declawing Position Statement by Dr Jean Hofve Who is An Expert in this Issue.
July 14, 2021. There are 30 vet colleges in America and 10 of them perform declawing in their small animal hospitals. The University of Wisconsin-Madison’s AAHA Accredited Animal Hospital is one of the ten that are still performing declaws. In 2019 we reached out to UW to ask they some questions about declawing at their […]
Meet the 4 People Who Didn’t Want Cats in Nevada To Be Protected From This Animal Cruelty. (Declawing)
Why did Nevada Democrat Senator Chris Brooks, Pete Goicoechea, and Ira Hansen oppose this cat protection, animal welfare bill? Do they support animal cruelty? Was Chris Brooks doing his friend, Alisa Nave Worth, the Nevada Veterinary Medical Association’s lobbyist a favor? Do these Senators not like cats?
We have data, peer reviewed studies, and notes from veterinarians to show you that declawing is contributing to mental and moral stress in the veterinary profession. If declawing is banned, it will improve the mental health and well-being in many veterinarians and veterinary professionals.
Here’s our list of organizations, companies, and people who are on the right side and wrong side of history in regards to declawing.
In the midst of a crisis where everyone is pulling together to save each other, many declawing veterinarians remain selfish.
In the midst of a crisis where everyone is pulling together to save each other, many declawing veterinarians remain selfish.. Despite worldwide efforts to conserve protective medical gear like surgical masks, gowns, and gloves, some declawing vets are still offering non-therapeutic surgeries in order to maintain their profits.
This selfish behavior risks infection with Covid19 in their staff, clients, and worst of all, hospital workers who are in desperate need of these limited resources.
Fewer than 4% of West Michigan vets don’t declaw and they are apparently afraid of being bullied for making the ethical decision.
Fewer than 4% of Western Michigan vets don’t declaw. We reached out to them to ask if they would write up a short paragraph as to why they don’t declaw cats but none of them replied.
Could it be that they are afraid of being bullied for making the ethical decision.
A 40 year member AVMA declawing vet, who said he has declawed over 2000 cats, Robert Neunzig- “In my opinion it is finally time for our AVMA to not only challenge but to even publically attack such groups who’s mission is nothing more than a self centered attempt to control, intimidate and even harm many of our colleagues.”
May 2019 This is a story about a veterinarian, Dr Jerry Owens, and his opinions about declawing. Owens, 72, will be the President of the American Veterinary Medical History Society in two months and is a California Veterinary Medical Association (CVMA) member and delegate for Marin county. He worked 7 days a week up […]