i have two kittens declawed is it ok to put them out side in a closed in area so they can smell and see the outside wor

Asked by Member 919954 on Apr 3rd 2010 in Travel & Recreation
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Why oh Why did you have them declawed ? Would you like to have your nails removed from your fingers ? NO You would not !!! If you are going to let them out in a closed in area YOU MUST KEEP AN EYE ON THEM SO THAT THEY DON'T GET LOOSE OR HAVE ANDOTHER ANIMAL ATTACK THEM !! Remember you had them declawed and they cann't protect themselves . Please don't leave them out be themselves for long peorids of time . It should be ok as long as they are watched while outside.

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Izadore (Izzie)

Unless your kittens are on a leash/harness and are supervised by you, it's not a good idea to put them outside, even in an enclosed area, unless this is a screened in enclosure built specifically for cats and is closed in on four sides, including the top, kind of like a screened-in porch.. It's a better idea to just open a window in your home and make sure they cannot get out through the screen.

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