PETA Ends Declawing Policy at Detroit Apartment Complex

January 2014

When PETA learned that a Detroit apartment complex’s residents were being required to have their cats declawed, we sent a memo to the CEO asking the company to reconsider the policy. After receiving our letter, the CEO agreed with us and rescinded the complex’s declawing policy, effective immediately!

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