Over the last few years that I’ve been working on this cause to end declawing, I’ve been blocked by people and organizations for simply trying to help save kitties from having their toes and claws amputated.  Here are the ones that I know of that blocked me on Twitter.

Here are the reasons I’ve been blocked by each of them.

  1. American Association of Feline Practitioners-     They don’t like that I shine light on the fact that they allow the inhumane and mutilating procedure of declawing at their “Cat Friendly” practices.   Cat Friendly practices and declawing   AAFP 2017 President and declawing  Does AAFP Care More About the Pocketbooks of their Cat Friendly vets or the welfare of cats?

  2. Texas Coalition for Animal Protection- This organization that is all about protecting animals also declaws lots and lots of cats.  TCAP- Number 10 in this story

  3. Dr Andy Roark- Playing the victim and cyber-bullying card to get attention and pity. Playing the victim to get attention and pity

 

   4. Houston Humane Society-  They declaw cats. Houston Humane Society Declaws Cats and Kittens


5. American Animal Hospital Association- They don’t like that I shine light on the fact that they allow the inhumane and mutilating procedure of declawing at their “Standard of Excellence” hospitals.   AAHA and declawing


6. New Jersey Veterinary Medical Association- They don’t like that I shine light on the fact that they lie about how declawing is performed and other unethical ways they address declawing to try and stop the anti-declawing bill in NJ. New Jersey Veterinary Medical Association and their unethical ways with declawing


7.  American Animal Hospital Association’s Dr Heather Loenser–  Another classic case of playing the victim card. AAHA and declawing


8. Trumann Animal Clinic- I was blocked for sharing a photo that they posted on their facebook page of two kittens with bloody paws who had just had their toes amputated the day before. The caption this vet practice wrote on the photo was, “When the two siblings were “fixed” and declawed the day before, but they don’t act like anything has happened…” It’s probably one of the worst photos I’ve ever seen that was posted by a vet practice to promote their declawing and to deceive the public to believe a lie that kittens that were just declawed don’t feel pain or suffering.   Two declawed kittens post

 

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