How Much Does Cat Declawing Cost?

Declawing your cat has become a very controversial subject.  While the cat’s claws can cause a lot of damage to your home, some believe that the declawing process is cruel and unnecessary.  Other people believe that getting your cat declawed is not that big of a deal – it will only cause the cat a few days of discomfort and will make the relationship with your pet much less stressed.

How much does it cost to declaw a cat?

Type of Procedure
How it’s Done
The Price
The fastest way to remove claws, the clippers will clip off the toes and bones of the cat. Afterwards, the incision will be sewn shut. In rare circumstances, the claw can potentially grow back.
$100 to $175
Removes the bone where the claw grows from. As a difficult procedure, this can be a tad higher. There are no chances for the claw to grow back.
$200 to $300
As a newer form of technlogy, this is the most prefered method today. With next to no pain and very little bleeding, claws can be removed with the heat of a laser. The claws won’t be able to grow back.
$250 to $400.

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Average Reported Cost: $137.5

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How much did you spend?

Was it worth it?  

  1. Joe Shunka paid $0 and said:

    $400 Petsmart for laser

  2. Tom paid $275 and said:

    This was for one cat at a local vet.

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