Urge Property Management Company to End Cruel Declawing Policies!
Reportedly, Hunt Pacific Management Corporation—a commercial real-estate company that owns multiple apartment complexes across several states—requires tenants to declaw their cats. PETA has contacted the company several times, but to no avail. We need your help!
Outlawed in 22 countries, declawing is a cruel and permanently crippling surgery involving amputation of the last joint of every toe, including bones and cartilage! Persistent pain, loss of balance, nerve damage, bone chips requiring additional surgery, gangrene, and skin disorders are associated physical complications—and nails can later grow back painfully and unseen, within the paw. Declawed cats often become reclusive, depressed, and insecure and begin eliminating outside the litterbox. Psychologically changed, these animals are then bounced around from home to home or wind up at animal shelters.
Please politely urge Hunt Pacific Management Corporation to join the numerous property management companies that do not require declawing. And please, forward this alert widely!
Polite comments can be sent to:
Daniel Weber, President and CEO
Hunt Pacific Management Corporation