Learning how to clip a cat’s claws is one thing, but what if they are fractious and trying to bite you or scratch with their (still sharp) nails?

In this #DrAlexAnswers video I discuss various options including
– different strategies to cut a cats nails at home
– reducing stress if you need to take them to your vet
– medication that can help them relax
– whether you should be worried if your cat needs sedation

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