|Material||Plastic, Vinyl / PVC||Plastic, Vinyl / PVC||Metal, Plastic, Stainless Steel||Plastic, Vinyl / PVC||—|
|Lifestage||Kitten, Adult||Kitten||Kitten, Adult||—||Adult|
|Grooming Tool Type||—||—||Nail Clippers||Groomer Apparel||—|
|Breed Size||—||—||—||Small Breeds, Medium Breeds, Large Breeds||—|
My more aggressive male took them off in a little bit of no time. My more passive female continues to wear them. Neither of them were happy with me putting them on, but the female forgot about them pretty quickly. Thing is, they can still scratch, if they choose to.
They fit and are easy to put on. There isn't enough glue and spouts if you have multiple replacing one or two at a time. Maybe you can improve on this please.
While trying to introduce a new cat into an established 3 cat home, one of the established cats absolutely hated the new cat, to the point of cornering him and attacking him with her claws. Well my neighbor, another cat lover told me about the soft claws so it turned out to be a real lifesaver, she can no longer scratch the new cat or the furniture or do damage to anything. But she can still do everything else she’s always been able to do. He claws are now soft but still retract and do not affect her quality of life one little bit. I’m so grateful for this perfect solution to a stressful problem. Problem solved, no more separatin