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Breaking: Cats use claws to knit
In a passive-aggressive response to onychectomies, cats around the country have taken up the hobby of front-claw knitting. dvm360 has this exclusive report.
Some cats fully embrace the hobby and have opted to move in a fashion-forward direction. Sweaters, hats, scarves, kitten mittens, blankets and pillows are among the top choices in patterns for fancier feline knitters.
Some knitting protesters briefly considered giving items away for charity or gifts,
though most front-claw knitters report they are only interested in knitting as a means of stress-relief and entertainment.
The most popular item in front-claw knitters' repertoire remains the knitted toy mouse.
Many cats have been quietly learning the ropes in protest of declaw procedures around the country. dvm360 will continue to provide updated information on feline knitting as this story unravels.
Images: theguardian.com, answerbag.com, knitgrrl.com