Why Does AAHA.org choose profits over the welfare of innocent cats?
The American Animal Hospital Association (AAHA) updated their declawing position statement in June 2021.
They say they strongly oppose declawing, explaining that declawing is no longer a reasonable or supported procedure… But then they say if veterinarians are going to declaw, they should use pain meds before, during, and after.
AAHA Animal Hospital In Virginia Says They Provide A “Safe and Effective” Cat Declaw Surgery, Tail Docking, and Ear Cropping.
Here’s an AAHA Hospital, Hope Springs Veterinary, that advertising declawing, tail docking, and ear cropping on their website. Link to this info on their website. Hope Springs Veterinary, VA, declawing link PLEASE TAKE 60 SECONDS AND SIGN OUR PETITION TO AAHA. (You don’t have to donate to change. org to sign it.) AAHA Petition AAHA.org […]
Is the Angst of Declawing Contributing to Veterinarian Suicide? The Info In Our Story Says It Is.
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.