posted on Sep, 12 2015 @ 11:02 PM
I'm so, so sorry this has happened.
For what it's worth... I had a cat from the age of 6 to the age of 18. That boy bonded with me in a way I feel cats rarely do. He liked to be held
upside down like a baby. As a child he could sleep right next to my head. As a teen and adult he did the same thing. We were inseparable. He would
always know when I was sick or needed to be comforted. Sometimes when I'm very ill and feverish, I almost catch a glimpse of him out of the corner of
my eye, as crazy as that sounds. But I digress.
So believe when I say, I know the prospect having to euthanize a pet is one of the most painful things one will ever face. It killed me to do it. The
only thing more painful, would have been watching him suffer. He had inoperable lung cancer and was essentially going to suffocate. It was brutally
painful, but it had to be done.
No one can tell you what you should do. But that was my decision.
I'm very sorry, again, that you are experiencing this. It really is every bit as bad as a human loved one being in the same predicament. I don't care
what anyone says.
Peace and best wishes.
edit on 9/12/2015 by AceWombat04 because: Typo & grammar