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Kitty Caps, Medium Navy & Gray : Cat (9-13lbs) Soft Feline Nail Caps for Claws


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  • Kit Includes: 40 Kitty Caps, 2 Adhesive Tubes, 2 Applicator Tips and an instruction booklet

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Kitty Caps, Medium Navy & Gray : Cat (9-13lbs) Soft Feline Nail Caps for Claws + Kitty Caps Nails Size:Medium Color:Pink/Purple + Soft Claws: 2 (TWO) Adhesive Glue Sticks & 6 (SIX) Applicator Tips - Extra Supplies for Canine and Feline Soft Claws
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  • Shipping Weight: 0.2 ounces (View shipping rates and policies)
  • ASIN: B003ZFR9R4
  • Average Customer Review: 4.3 out of 5 stars  See all reviews (43 customer reviews)
  • Amazon Best Sellers Rank: #19,210 in Pet Supplies (See Top 100 in Pet Supplies)
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Product Description

cover for cats nails

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Customer Reviews

We have a 2 year old cat, Rambo, who loves to pick everything.
striperdiva1
Most of the other ones came off just fine on their own after about a month, but I had to cut the last two that didn't seem to want to fall off.
Mimi O.
Also I no longer have scratches all over my body from playing with my cat.
Mr. K

Most Helpful Customer Reviews

10 of 10 people found the following review helpful By L.A.M. on December 3, 2010
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I have been using the soft claws brand with the special locking system for a year. Well, I saw these and decided that it is worth the lower cost to try them out. It completely surprised me that they are outlasting the soft claws. They are losing them much less often than they were before so I don't think the patented locking system really did anything other than peel off their claws sooner.

Moral of this story---
If you use other brands and are looking for a cheaper alternative without sacraficing your furnature, you will not be dissappointed.

If you have never capped your cats claws before it is worth trying. The cats who learn to accept them still enjoy playing and trying to scratch, but they just can't destroy anything or hurt anyone. It is nice.
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5 of 5 people found the following review helpful By Amanda Bowman on January 7, 2013
I used a lick-able cat treat (looks like roll on deodorant) attached open to my desk lamp (kept off of course). While she was distracted by the treat, I put the caps on easily and with no fuss at all. I only did her front claws because she hasn't done damage with the back ones. She is 10 lbs and the medium size fit her perfectly, I worried too much about that part. When she was 'still' long enough I took the treat down and set her on the floor.The caps sank back with her retracted claws with no trouble only showing the tips. They weren't kept 'out' at any odd angle. She never tried to chew or remove them. She doesn't use the scratching post much anymore, but everything else she does as usual.

A week later none have fallen off yet, she is a happy kitty and I am a happy human. I love the variety of color options, and the amount in each will give me months of usage at this rate for each single purchase.

A word of caution however. That IS superglue... if you put too much in the cap and put it on the claw it could overflow. Cat's naturally 'shed' outer layers of claw over time. If the glue gets around the joint and base of the claw the caps might not shed off properly and after awhile may cause an issue. I think it would be far better to use too little glue and have them come off to be replaced than too much and have an issue.
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5 of 5 people found the following review helpful By Amy D Teets on October 11, 2010
I have a 4 month old Maine Coon (Ottis) who loves to snuggle and climb everything. When he is ready to snuggle he kneads the area for awhile, which is usually my neck and face, during the night waking me with the pain of the claws digging into my skin. We were at a well know pet store and noticed these. I thought for sure this was a joke esspecially since the picture on the box is a cat with pink ones on. Got home and wrapped him in his blankie so he could not scratch us with his back paws (which we did not apply these to). My husband held him and I slowly applied the glue and inserted each claw into it's own little cap. No funny reaction from Ottis, since you see animals act funny when people put things on their paws. He still reaches out to stretch, but doesn't seem to grasp the fabric or my skin. Ottis is special because he is a polydactyl and has more claws than your normal kitty. Love them, I think next time I will get blue
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4 of 4 people found the following review helpful By Jebus on November 26, 2012
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Getting them on for my wife and me is a two person job. I usually hold the cat down while my wife glues the caps on. After they set our cat tries to pull them off with her teeth. She sometimes can get them off within a day or so other times they hold on longer.

After about two months of replacing them it seems like she doesn't try to remove them as often as before so hopefully she's getting use to them. I figure even if we have to replace them often it's still worth it since they do protect the furniture. Also we only use them on her front paws. We can hear our cat walking around when she's not on carpet. It's a light tap so it shouldn't bother you too much.
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2 of 2 people found the following review helpful By Jenny T on October 31, 2010
Just put these on our adult cat yesterday, and so far they're great. I would never have a cat declawed, but the cat we just adopted has massive talons for nails, so these were a great solution... AND they look super cute on my cat. Our kitty is really sweet, and didn't put up a fight when I applied these nail caps. Granted, I approached her when she was sleepy and had another person help me, but it was really easy for us. Also, I only applied these to her front nails because even a sweet tempered cat doesn't like it when you mess with their back feet, and their back feet don't really do much damage compared to the front. These are supposed to last for 4 to 6 weeks, I will update this review when I have a better idea of how long they actually last.

UPDATE 1/19/11:
Well, I can tell you they originally lasted around 4 or 5 weeeks for our cat. She will no longer put up with having more than 2 applied at a time, so to make it easier we have been replacing each cap as it falls off. The really bad news is that she has learned to gradually chew/gnaw/pull the caps off and they are now lasting only about 2 weeks. Also we have noticed that she bites more now that she can't scratch. Bummer. Still, I would recommend these, and I have to mention that a friend of mine also uses these and does not have the problem with her cat chewing them off.
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2 of 2 people found the following review helpful By Christina Pulley on November 6, 2011
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These are great for everyday use. It allows the owner to notice if your cat has taken the nail caps off.
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