March 20, 2019

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Opinion

The case against declawing

Manitobans must speak up for cats so inhumane practice ends

Brandon veterinarian Sherry Wurtz, of Wheat City Veterinary Clinic, holding Stache, has joined veterinarians throughout the city in unanimously declaring they will no longer declaw cats. (Tyler Clarke / Brandon Sun)</p></p>

Brandon veterinarian Sherry Wurtz, of Wheat City Veterinary Clinic, holding Stache, has joined veterinarians throughout the city in unanimously declaring they will no longer declaw cats. (Tyler Clarke / Brandon Sun)

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