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Soft Claws, Perfect!

Hey Neighbors!

As many of you know, we adopted a cat last year!  She is perfect for my daughter.  The Soft Claws couldn't have come at a better time.  She has decided that some walls in the home are her scratching pads.  Well, now she can't!  So here comes another Pets on Parade post!

She wanted to make sure they did this right!

Everything you need, except the cat!

Trimming the nails.

My two daughters put them on her.  She was fine for the first two and then decided she really didn't like it, so I do recommend having someone on hand to help, unless your cat is very mellow.
Here is what they look like.

Hmmmm...a new toy?
First we trimmed her nails.  She did pretty good for this.  Next you select the Soft Claws you are going to use and insert some of the glue into the claw cover.  Then place it on your cat's claw.  Try not to get the adhesive on you, because it is difficult to get off.  We used the Pink Sparkle.  Don't they look nice?  They do tell you that one might fall off if it is not put on correctly, or your cat could chew them off, but thus far we have had no problems.  It is nice that she can not claw things now!
Adhesive in the nail cap.

Slide it on.

Make sure it is in place.

Soft Claws is available in different sizes and colors.  They also have them for dogs.  We might need to consider that!  The kits are affordably priced at $18.95 each and contain 40 nail caps, 2 tubes of adhesive, 6 applicator tips and easy to follow instructions.  This will do, both front paws 4 times.  They should last approx. 4-6 weeks.  And as I stated earlier, they come in a variety of colors!

Only a couple more to go!

Don't I look nice!
I think anyone of my neighbors who has an inside cat or kitten would love these!  And one of my neighbors will get a chance to try their own package of Soft Claws.

Disclosure:I received no monetary compensation for this post.  I did receive a package of Soft Claws for review purposes.  All quotes are taken from the Soft Claws Website and are in red.  All thoughts and opinions are mine.

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tawndam said…
the Blue Glitter is perfect!
slb3334 said…
Clear pink.
Sarah G. said…
Color: Assorted Combo
Mandy said…
I would totally say the glitter, pink or purple but I've got a boy, and I don't think he'd like that very much LOL So, I'd probably go with either black or grey.
tranch said…
I like the glitter pink. tam.c
debbie said…
I would like the glitter purple.
mverno said…
i like the watermelon combo
Miranda Ward said…
glitter pink
DShope said…
I like the glitter oink.
Jennifer said…
I would choose Blue Glitter.

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Julie said…
Would love to win these!
Sherri Wellman said…
The Blue glitter is awesome!!!
I would choose the Silver Glitter.
Chelsea M said…
Silver glitter!
Marinalane said…
I think I would choose the clear (but I really like the sparkle ones too!).
Dawn Reid said…
My kitty would like the Glitter Pink
slehan said…
Color: Purple
Thanks for the contest.
brendaelsner said…
I think my kitty would like the Orange.
susansmoaks said…
i love the silver glitter
susansmoaks at gmail dot com
Anonymous said…
I love the clear pink. dottie-c(at)att(dot)net
Paige said…
i like the pastel blue and pink combo!
Robert Pyszk said…
The blue glitter

THank you for the chance to win
EclecticZebra said…
I like the pink glitter!
corey1971 said…
The Silver Glitter. (CoreyOlomon at gmail dot com)
Unknown said…
I'd choose black
Janet Boyanton said…
Silver Glitter.
jboyanto at swbell dot net
cman said…
Silver glitter.
amanda whitley said…
i want the pink
laurasloves said…
I would choose the Blue Glitter.
lauraemerson17 at yahoo dot com
Sand said…
I would choose blue glitter.

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