Declawing is a significant operation called onychectomy, conducted under anesthesia, that eliminates the tip of each digit (from the first knuckle out) of their cat’s forepaws. There’s a small probability of passing in the operation, and also a declawed cat could have an elevated chance of disease and lifelong distress in its recurrence. This operation isn’t recommended for an adult creature and is believed to be an act of animal cruelty in certain states (see below).
People normally have cats declawed to keep them from hunting and from harmful furniture. Ironically, barbarous cats are declawed. In the USA, some landlords need that renters’ cats be declawed.
Veterinarians Are Usually critical of this process and some refuse to do it because the lack of claws at a kitty:
Impairs its own stretching and workout habits, resulting in muscle atrophy;
3. Compromises its capacity to balance on surfaces such as fencing and railings tops, resulting in harm from falls;
4. Can lead to insecurity and another propensity to bite.
 In a number of other European nations, it’s forbidden under the conditions of the European Convention for the Protection of Pet Animals, unless”a vet considers [such] non-curative processes necessary either for veterinary medical reasons or to the advantage of (the) creature”.  In Britain, animal shelters find it hard to put imported cats which have been declawed and then most are euthanized.
Instead of declawing is that the use of dull, vinyl nail caps which are affixed to the claws with nontoxic glue, requiring regular replacement once the cat sheds its own claw sheaths (roughly every four to six months ). On the other hand, the kitty will still experience problems because the nails that are restricted are much less effective as claws.