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Petitioning Kenneth Regan and 7 others

Stop Cat Mutilation: don't force people to Declaw their cats!

Reportedly, GOLDMARK Property Management, Inc., and Sand Companies, Inc.—property management groups that own multiple apartment complexes in Minnesota, North Dakota, Iowa, and Nebraska—require tenants to declaw their cats.


Declawing is a cruel and permanently crippling surgery involving the amputation of the last joint of every toe, including the bones and cartilage! Persistent pain, loss of balance, nerve damage, bone chips requiring additional surgery, gangrene, and skin disorders are associated physical complications.

Declawed cats also often become reclusive, depressed, and insecure.

Politely urge these companies to stop requiring declawing.

Polite comments can be sent to:

Kenneth Regan
Chief Executive Officer, Chair, and Owner
GOLDMARK Property Management, Inc.

Jamie Thelen, President
Sand Companies, Inc.

Thanks for speaking up for cats!

Hope For Animals

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