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Old 05-23-2003, 07:49 AM
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I think I will try the clipping and start this weekend if I can find a clippers at WalMart! I think I will start by clipping a little at a time, would that be OK?
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Walmart is usually not a great place for pet supplies.
You really will have much better luck and more help if you go to a
good pet store.... and I say that lightly. PetsMart being a bit better than some others. Again, discount places, grocery stores, drug stores are usually not good options when it comes to pet stuff but there may be a few exceptions. I know the super walmart in the next county does have a couple decent items but that's about it.
Try to find cat claw scissors. Good Luck!
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You can find all you need online, if you are not near a pet store....
You can also find nail trimmers at Walmart at least here in Ohio you can....or even the grocery store!
http://petmarket.com/
http://www.kvvet.com/KVVet/assets/ht....aspURLCheck=1
http://www.dreamcats.com/plaza/plaza6.htm
http://www.usaexports.net/IndPet.shtml
http://www.heroswaggintrain.com/misc...t_supplies.htm
http://www.1800petmeds.com/index.asp...Pets&subref=BG
http://svc006.srv003.inetserver2.com...usa/home.ehtml
http://www.eastcoastpetsupplies.com/
http://www.petcarerx.com/affiliate.a...+Supply&id=193
http://www.emrenyonline.com/?src=overture

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Old 05-23-2003, 10:30 AM
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I know our WalMart has dog nail clippers, that is where I got ours. But, I do not want to use that on Nelly, Nelly is way to small and Woody is a big dog, so I will need two animal nail clippers.
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They should have them for Cats too.
Or you could check the Bird supplies.....
They are the Same for Cats as they are for the Birds!
They look sissor like.....but for claws.....
When you see them you will know what I'm talking about.
In fact....if the kitten is still very small you could use
finger nail/toe nail trimmers....if they are sharp.
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I will get a kitty nail clipper, I don't think my finger/toenail clipper will be sharp enough. I will need one eventually anyway.
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