Soft Claws Nail Caps for Cats
- Brand: Soft Claws
- Availability: 13
- Ex Tax: R265.26
Tried everything from cat scratcher toys to repellents, tin foil on the couch to selling ALL your furniture? Soft Claws Nail Caps are a simple solution to your cat’s out-of-control scratching problem and a better alternative to declawing. These non-toxic vinyl nails are easy to apply at home, soft, comfortable, and developed by a vet, to never interfere with the normal extension and retraction of your cat’s claws.
With 40 soft nails per pack, each application lasting about 4 to 6 weeks, the Soft Claws Nail Caps really make a difference in regards to the scratching epidemic.
Incase you haven’t tried everything - here’s a fantastic and educational read on How to Stop Cats Scratching
TIP: Soft Claws Nails Caps aren’t fashion accessories and should only be used if your cat’s scratching problem is truly uncontrollable. After all, they were born to climb, grab and also scratch.
- Protects your furniture from out-of-control destruction and your cat’s razor-sharp claws
- Soft Claws Nail Caps are safe, comfortable and a humane alternative to declawing
- Made from clear, non-toxic vinyl and created by veterinarian Dr. Toby Wexler
- Claw covers won’t interfere with the normal extension and retraction of your cat’s claws
- Easy to apply at home
- Pack contains 40 clear nails caps, 2 adhesive glues + easy to follow instructions per pack
Small for cats weighing approximately 2,5kg to 3,5kg
Medium for cats weighing approximately 4kg to 6kg
Large for cats weighing approximately 6kg and up
STEP 1: Trim the tip of your cat's nails just enough to allow the nail cap to fit all the way to the base of the nail.
STEP 2: Fill the Soft Claws Nail Caps â…“ full with the adhesive glue. Gently squeeze the nail cap to evenly distribute the glue and release any air bubbles. If the glue oozes out of the nail cap, you have inserted too much adhesive. You can remove some of the excess glue with a paper towel or tissue.
STEP 3: Extend nails by softly by pressing your thumb on top of your cat’s paw, with your index finger on bottom, patiently slide the nail cap onto your cat’s nail.
STEP 4: Observe cat for 5 minutes before letting go. You may of course play with your cat, or provide the snack of choice to help distract your cat for a few minutes.