How to cut your kitten's nails

Boris
AUG 16,2021

It is very important to cut your cat's nails regularly because long nails can not only scratch the furniture in your home, but can also easily hurt people. Especially if you have children at home, you should pay attention to this. Another point is that broken nails or nails stuck in the flesh pad (the thicker part of the flesh under the foot) can lead to septicemia and other conditions.

Norwegian Forest Cat

  It is very important to cut your cat's nails regularly, because long nails can not only scratch the furniture, but also hurt people. Especially if you have children, you should pay attention. Another point is that cats with broken nails or nails stuck in the fleshy pad (the thicker part of the flesh under the foot) can lead to septicemia and other conditions.

  Trim the front paws once every two weeks and the back paws once every 3 to 4 weeks with a nail clipper for cats. First put the cat on your knee and hold it from behind. If it is a more aggressive cat, it is best to help it wear a hood. Gently squeeze the skin behind the nail root and the nail will stick out. Cut 1 to 2 mm off the front pointed part. The pink part of the nail heel has blood vessels passing through it, so don't hurt it. If the nails are cut too close to the flesh, the cat will hate nail cutting in the future. To avoid this, it is best to ask your veterinarian to help you the first time and ask how much to cut.

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