You can try running your hands under hot water and that should do it.
I work at a shelter so it's great to educate people on declawing (as in, don't do it because it's not the best thing to do). We have an article on soft claws in the visiting rooms so they can be visible to them. I've had a lot of people who come to me and tell me that they are going to declaw the cat that they adopt. Well, people are not allowed to take a cat that is older than 6 months old if they want to have him declawed and most people that want them declawed have wanted older cats...I tell the front desk before they go up there and they are not allowed to take the cats. I understand the importance of that rule though. It's wrong to declaw them when they are older. I've noticed that the majority of the cats that come in with litter problems are declawed and most of the declawed cats are really aggressive. It's quite sad to that a person actually paid for that operation and still could commit to the cat for life.
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