Sorry, but it's my mum's condition. And they can walk- we got my August declawed and he was prancing and running an hour after e was home. He only had those little taped boots on for two days. I know people say it's horrible, but in all honesty, thinking about all of those cats out there that are feral and unloved, is declawing really that awful? It's really the safest thing I can do, so he doesn't hurt my dogs or my cat, since August wouldn't be able to defend himself. Plus, he'll only be an indoor cat. I know exactly what happens in the procedure and I have had a lengthy conversation with the vet. She assures me that it will be exactly like what happened with my other cat.
55 Gallon: Crowley: Melanoid Axolotl; Mischa: Melanoid Axolotl; Achlys: Albino Axolotl; Eddard Stark: Leucistic Axolotl
Furry Friends: Daisy and Holly: Dogs; Norman and August: Cats; Gilbert and Mordecai: Guinea Pigs