1. We had to apply nail caps to one hind paw on our cat to help her heal from an injury her skin had healed but her fur had not grown back in yet so she was itchy, every time she scratched she opened up small wounds on her neck starting the healing process all over so we put nail caps on her hind paw so she could scratch without causing damage to herself and we could remove the cone she had been wearing to protect the injury. Putting them on was awkward simply due to her disposition but she left them alone once they where on and they did not bother her in the least and if it where not such a stressful process for her as an individual cat I would gladly apply them to all of her paws regularly. As is they are an excellent aid for dealing with any future fur loss she may have(she has exceptionally delicate fur and to much friction rubs it down to skin she doesn’t even currently wear a collar since the last one she wore rubbed her fur off which we have never seen in our other cat or any of our dogs) if you are looking for a better solution to scratches than trimming the nails nail caps are a phenomenal choice.

  2. Hi There,
    I put the Soft Paws on my 8 year old female cat after we got a new couch. She did really well with them at first but, I am finding it almost impossible to remove them. I cut the tips of them off a few weeks ago (she had them on for about 6 or 7 weeks at that point) I thought they would naturally fall off and I could reapply new ones. Things are not going well. Now the skin at the base of her claw seems really irritated and the more uncomfortable it is making her the less she will allow me to mess with them. Help!
    Looking forward to hearing from you,
    Amanda Rankin

    1. It sounds like your cat may be experiencing some discomfort or irritation from the Soft Paws that you applied to her claws. When applying Soft Paws, it is important to make sure that they are applied correctly and that they are not left on for too long, as this can cause irritation and discomfort.

      One possible solution to this problem is to try to remove the remaining Soft Paws using a claw clipper or nail trimmer. Be very careful when doing this, as you don’t want to accidentally clip your cat’s claws or cause any further irritation to her skin. If you are unable to remove the Soft Paws using a claw clipper, you may need to consult with a veterinarian for assistance.

      In the future, it is important to make sure that you are applying Soft Paws correctly and that you are regularly checking them to ensure that they are still in good condition. If you notice any signs of irritation or discomfort, be sure to remove the Soft Paws as soon as possible and provide your cat with some extra comfort and care.

      Overall, it is always important to prioritize your cat’s health and well-being when using any type of product or device on their claws. If you have any doubts or concerns, it is always best to consult with a veterinarian for advice and guidance.

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