C-Caps™ is vegetarian-friendly, Kosher-certified, and contains no artificial colors, preservatives, or added gluten. Available in capsule form, serving can be adjusted to suit pets of all sizes. It is also easy to administer, as C-Caps™ can be given whole or opened and mixed with food. C-Caps™ is a great complementary remedy to Energy Tonic™, an herbal supplement supporting vitality and healthy energy levels in dogs and cats of all ages.
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They also prevent us from having to resort to declawing, making them a more humane way to deal with our cat's destructive habit. After reading this Roto Soft Nail Caps for Cats review, you can to learn more about this product.
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I'm not sure if this is the case with all senior cats but I just want to throw it out there... I first tried nail caps on my senior when she scratched up my landlord's couch (I was renting a room there at the time - ouch). Application was easy (not much worse than clipping her nails) and she did not seem to mind them after the first 30 mins or so. The caps are supposed to fall off as the new nail grows in but months went by and it suddenly dawned on me (horrible that I didn't think of it before, I know) that the caps were still on her nails! Not a single one fell off.
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Developed by a veterinarian, Soft Paws are nail caps that look like a cat's nail, but are hollow inside. The nail caps easily fit over the cat's nail and are secured with a safe, non-toxic adhesive. Soft Paws effectively blunt the claws so that when a cat scratches , no damage occurs. The nail caps stay on for about four to six weeks and fall off with the natural growth of the cat's nails. They are generally very well tolerated by most cats, with most cats not even noticing they are wearing them. Some cats will groom them a bit excessively at first, resulting in them coming off sooner, but any removed nail caps can be easily replaced. Soft Paws should not be used on cats that go outside, since nail caps will blunt the claws and also impede a cat's defenses. .If your cat is prone to damaging your furniture – or you – then you may need to cap her nails instead of just trimming them. Capping doesn’t end the need to trim your cat’s nails entirely, but it reduces how many times you need to do so. Capped nails can last six to eight weeks and fall off naturally as your cat’s nails grows. This means you may only need to trim your cat’s nails every six weeks rather than every two to three weeks without caps. Another plus is that the caps won’t prevent your cat from , which can be a big source of stress relief for kitty.