Purrfect Claw Clipper Cat Nail Clippers Review

Last Updated on July 8, 2021 by Jenny

Floppycats reader’ Christy found the Purrfect Claw Clipper online and asked me if I had heard of it and if I had tried it.  I had not heard of it or tried it, but told her I would reach out to the company to see if we could get a product sample to review.  The folks at the Purrfect Claw Clipper were kind enough to send us one for review!

The Purrfect Claw Clipper is a pair of human nail clippers with a twist – there’s a little guard with a hole in it.  You simply stick the end of the cat’s claw into the hole and then press down to quickly and easily remove the tip of their nails.  You can see how this is done by the photos below or see me use it on Ragdoll cats, Charlie and Trigg in the review video below.

They recommend cutting claws with the Purrfect Claw Clipper in two different directions.  As shown below.

Purrfect Claw Clippers Positions A B

Purrfect Claw Clippers Positions

I think these clippers are great for someone who is scared about cutting the quick and cutting just the tips off their kitty’s nails/claws.  I love the ingenuity of the design – and the owners’ goal to make life easier for a kitty living with humans.

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We asked Purrfect Claw Clipper to make a product donation to the non-for-profit organization, Kitty City NM, in exchange for the review of their clipper. We received the Purrfect Claw Clipper for review from the manufacturer. Receiving the free product and their donation to Kitty City NM did not influence this post.

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10 thoughts on “Purrfect Claw Clipper Cat Nail Clippers Review

  1. Teresa Reid says:

    What a great review Jenny! Just loved seeing you holding and talking to your sweet guys like you do cause I do the very same thing. I have the other scissor type trimmer with the yellow handle and find I like it because it does allow me to cut a little more off than just the tips. Our leather furniture was getting a lot of scratches until I did that and think for that reason will have to stick with that one. The other clipper looked really well made though and would definitely like it. Thanks! Teresa

  2. Beth says:

    That was a great demonstration, Jenny! 🙂 I don’t clip our babies’ claws but, having watched you, I’ll bet I could do it with this safety-clipping device. If ever the need arises, I’ll order this!

      • Beth says:

        No, I never do. Probably should, as they shred a couple of spots on our very old sofa and chair… and no scratching post interests them in the least… Oh, well, our “cat house” is strictly for the kitties’ convenience and they allow us to live here with them. 🙂

  3. Patti Johnson says:

    These ROCK! Thanks for another great review on another wonderful product, Jenny! I’m adding this to my Kitteh Wish List. Right now, my sweet hubby does all the nail trimming on our Miss Pink Sugarbelle and she is quite content to let him do it. He just uses a pair of regular clippers and has never had an issue. However, just on the off chance that I will ever need to do this I will get a pair of these clippers. I have nerve damage in my hands so the chances of me making a mistake are increased exponentially if I were to try and use normal human nail clippers. I would feel much more confident using these kitteh nail clippers.

    Big hugs!

    Patti & Miss Pink Sugarbunny 🙂 <3

  4. plmcat says:

    i love the idea of these because even though i have been cutting cat claws for most of my life, i always worry about getting them too short so i only cut the tips off. this would be perfect for me. charlie is so funny in the video after you stop cutting and are talking about the clippers. he is looking at them with a face that’s “grrr i don’t like those things!” they are both so good though. mine, i have to do however many i can get at one session and then go back later and the back feet are always the worst!

  5. Deb Smith says:

    No criticism, but I am a little disturbed by the concept of clipping claws.

    I do understand why people do it (don’t understand actual de clawing), but surely our fluffy friends have them for a reason, not just to accidentally draw our blood.

    My enormous Raggie is still very much a kitten and when my bull terrier gets tired of being ambushed and punched on the head I’m glad the kitten can run up a curtain out of reach, at 9 1/4 lb she needs her grappling hooks. She’s a house cat, but she’ll be keeping her fearsome mani/pedi on the off chance she ever wanders out alone.

    PS, the scary dog protects the adolescent cat as if it were her own. It’s quite beautiful

  6. DezizWorld says:

    They awe so calm. Claw cippin’ time is ’bout da only time me dusn’t act like a Ragdoll. MOL Meez never been hurt, me just dusn’t like havin’ meez claws clipped. Mch to mommy’s chagwin. Those do look innewestin wiff da whole and all. Gweat weview.

    Luv ya’

    Dezi and Lexi

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