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NW Veg Presents: Films to Change the World- The Paw Project

In partnership with the Multnomah County library system, Northwest VEG brings you a FREE film series that could change the way you see the world. We continue with The Paw Project. Join us at the Multnomah County Central Library located at 801 SW 10th Ave, Portland. Doors open at 1:30pm.
After the film, join us for a discussion lead by Lisa Williams, DVM, from Mt. Tabor Veterinary Care. The Paw Project documentary is an inspiring David and Goliath story of a grassroots movement to protect felines, both large and small, from the cruelty of declawing and how the movement has prevailed, despite the efforts of well-funded professional veterinary associations. In the United States today, approximately 25% of domesticated cats are declawed. Declawing is the amputation of the last bone in a cat's toes. Despite the physical and behavioral harm inflicted on cats who are declawed, many veterinarians continue to recommend the procedure, which costs upwards of $1,200. per hour – even for very young kittens. These are animals we love, and with whom we share our homes. Why aren't we being told the truth about what the declawing procedure involves? The Paw Project documentary chronicles the happy and unexpected twist of fate that led to the protection of many animals through the grassroots advocacy efforts led by Dr. Conrad and The Paw Project.

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  • A former member
    A former member

    My kitties love you for this!

    February 20, 2014

  • Pamlin Pegg BS L.

    FYI - these films scare me to my roots. Yet, I do continue to see them! GULP! and SOB!

    January 24, 2014

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