Feline vaccine-associated sarcomas, or injection-site sarcomas, are an uncommon but devastating consequence of vaccination in cats. Sarcomas are a specific type of soft-tissue cancer; soft tissues include the non-bony and supportive connective tissues in the body. Research has firmly established a causal relationship between feline vaccination and sarcoma development, and tumors have been consistently identified at sites of previous vaccination. Learn more about vaccine-associated sarcomas in cats in this article.
Your special kitty will be thrilled with this gigantic scratching post and you'll be impressed with the way it looks. The Mondo is not only functional, fun, and handsome, it is the tallest woven sisal cat scratching post available! Each post is individually handcrafted by local craftsmen (USA made). The Mondo provides endless enjoyment and variety. Cats can scratch vertically and horizontally. They can climb and play, perch and snooze.
Soft Paws are nail caps that slide on over your cat's claws to help protect against problem scratching. The caps blunt the claws so no damage occurs when your cat scratches, allowing your cat to do what comes naturally—scratching—without damaging your belongings.
This humane alternative to declawing allows your cat to scratch freely, while you get to keep your furniture—and your sanity—intact.
The caps come in a variety of fun colors as well as clear for the more discreet feline.