Cutting your cat’s claws is necessary to maintain the health of your cat. Overgrown claws snag on fabric and injure the paws. They also can cut your cat when he or she is trying to groom themselves. Indoor cats can’t wear their claws down as quickly as outdoor cats can. The goal is to do the claw clipping as quickly as possible, unless your cat has no problems with it and you can take your time.
Let your cat go. Praise the cat and give him treats.
Bring the cat in your lap and curl your body over the cat as close to the paw as you dare. You can use your forearms to gently pin the cat into your chest while leaving your hands free.