I used them for a while. The main issue I had with them is that things got caught under the caps all the time, and that put my cat in some potentially dangerous situations. The worst was when the pull for the window blinds got stuck under a claw cap, and she was precariously hanging off of her window perch with her paw yanked up in the air.
I no longer use them because those sorts of situations made me very wary. I'd rather just trim her nails regularly. But it might not be a problem if your cat is less active.
We apply them for customers at the vet office I work at because people can't do it themselves. Cats hate them. Usually takes at least 3 people to apply them since cats get so enraged. Still, keeps the cats off the streets I guess...
Its fairly inexpensive to take it to a vet and get it done. They clip the naild back, and super glue the soft paws on. As the nails grow out, the soft paws come on. I work at an animal hospital and have done plenty/my cat has some because she was clawing away at our carpet.
Personally I just leave a velcro backpack and a laptop bag I don't use around for them to scratch on since they don't even acknowledge the scratching post. Some cats just like certain surfaces, position might come into play too since they prefer to scratch on something on the floor rather than stretching up to scratch.
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