New Hampshire: Ban Declawing Cats
This action is for New Hampshire residents only.
New Hampshire’s bill to ban declawing, H.B. 231, has passed in the House and is now being considered in the Senate!
Declawing is a permanent surgical procedure in which all or part of the last bone in a cat’s toes is amputated. It can have lifelong medical implications and adversely affect behavior.
Use the form below to send an email urging your state senator to outlaw declawing cats in New Hampshire.
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