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Soft Paws® Feline (Kitten)

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Solve Your Cat Scratching Problems Using Original, Authentic, Soft Paws—Made in the U.S.A.

Developed by a veterinarian, Soft Paws® nail caps are made in the USA using non-toxic vinyl. The nail caps are applied to your cat's claws using a non-toxic, cold-bonding, veterinary-grade adhesive, and are a completely safe and humane solution to cat scratching problems. Soft Paws do not interfere with the normal extension and retraction of claws, and most cats don't even know they are wearing them.

Economical Price
Only $19.95 per package for a 4 to 6 month supply.

Each Soft Paws® kit contains 40 nail caps, 2 tubes of adhesive, applicator tips, and easy-to-follow instructions. One kit contains enough for 4 front paw applications and each application lasts approximately 4 to 6 weeks, which makes each kit lasts approximately 4 to 6 months.

Kitten Size: (Less than 6 months old)

Soft Paws will fit most kittens by the time they reach the age of 16 weeks (4 months). Some kittens can wear them as early as age 12 weeks (3 months) . To test, try a nail cap on first without the adhesive. If it looks too big, don't glue it on. The nail cap should fit snugly, like a glove, but not cover the cuticle.

To accommodate smaller kittens, you can trim the base of the nail cap, making it smaller so it will fit your kitten's nail.

The kitten size generally fits kittens up to about 5 pounds and about 5 months of age.

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  1. The ONLY claw cap worth buying

    Posted by Cara on 4th Sep 2021

    You must like your cat a LOT to be here. Kitty claws up the house, but you still don't want to declaw kitty or get rid of kitty. I've used claw caps, especially Soft Paws, for nearly 20 years. There are a dozen different brands of claw caps out on Amazon & elsewhere, but Soft Paws has THE ABSOLUTE BEST quality control of the cap sizes. I know, I've tried them all, and trashed most of them -- let my experience save you time & money. Claw caps that don't fit right can get glued to the claw sheath and cause claw overgrowth of the cap, and perhaps even REQUIRE claw removal. Again, experience here. And, when in doubt on cap size, go smaller.

  2. Saved Our Leather Furniture

    Posted by Patti on 17th Mar 2021

    We are very pleased with our experience with Soft Paws. Our first set was put on by our Vet Clinic. We replace them 1 or 2 at a time when they come off. We found it a little difficult at first. However, we have figured out the best way to put them on our little girl and she has acclimated to them very well. We will definitely continue to purchase soft paws. Awesome product!

  3. nice when they stay on

    Posted by Carol on 8th Dec 2020

    These require two people to put on the kitten. They are very small and you have to have a steady hand to put the glue in. The push on the claws easily and for the two days they stayed on they were really nice. A little expensive when you can go through the entire package in about 10 days.

    Message from Dr Schelling at Soft Paws:

    Thank you for your comments. One of the things that is important to remember with kittens is that you do not trim their nails before applying the nail caps. This way there is more surface area of the nail for the adhesive and nail cap to stick to. This should solve the problem. If you are still having issues, please contact us and ask for Dr Schelling to contact you to assist.

  4. Saved the couch!

    Posted by Bryan on 26th Aug 2020

    Two feisty male kittens have adapted to these nail caps wonderfully. One falls off at a rate of maybe every 2 to 3 days, but considering that these kids play on EVERYTHING in the house, it's still very impressive that the caps last as long as they do. I fully intend to buy these soft paws for the lifetime of my boys.

  5. Saved my kitten

    Posted by Unknown on 10th Jul 2020

    Our first cat had her claws removed. Worst thing ever done. She developed arthritis, couldn't walk well. Just wrong.
    I was so glad to find this product, as even with nails clipped, my baby was drawing blood.

  6. soft paws are great

    Posted by Audrey Peel on 3rd Jan 2020

    the Vet put them on my kitten and they work great no more scratching

  7. kittens have SHARP claws

    Posted by LINDSEY on 25th Sep 2019

    We needed an alternative to declawing our kitten. Saw this product and thought I would give them a try. They were a bit trying to apply on the kitten but we have 6 of the 10 claws covered on the front feet. Them seem to be staying well. He adjusted quickly to them and now no there are no more claw marks on my legs.

  8. Softpaws to the rescue

    Posted by Carrie Sanders on 27th Aug 2019

    I recently ordered these for a new kitten in our household. Since my older cat is declawed I decided we needed something to protect him from the new baby's claws. Also, I bought them for myself truthfully. The first claw mark down my leg decided that. These are a great alternative to declawing. The kitten size is a little hard to tell if you have enough glue in them, but if you start putting these on as kittens it wont be as difficult when they turn into adults. It only takes a few minutes to do and it saves your skin and your furniture.

  9. Great product

    Posted by Unknown on 23rd Aug 2019

    Soft paws were easy to get on my squirmy kitten. I put the glue in all of them first, then put on. She looks so cute! She did lick them the first day, but then has left them alone.

  10. Don't Hesitate - Easy and They Work!!

    Posted by Unknown on 3rd Jul 2019

    These caps are really good quality and stay on as expected. The kitten now lays in my love and loves her Manicure time, we have bonded over this task. This product saved us from the horrible option of declawing. Thank you!!

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