posted on Feb, 5 2017 @ 04:54 AM
Get Your Cat To A Vet.
Just like in a human, vomiting and bloody stool from an animal is not something you just hope will get better. Your Vet will tell you what's wrong, if
it can/should be treated and may recommend she be put down. They can do it quickly, peacefully and respectfully.
I have never considered cost when it comes to my pets suffering. No, I'm not rich or even well to do, I just absolutely refuse to let my friends
suffer. Vet offices can and will work out payment plans if that is an issue.
I know all too well the emotional side of this. One of my ferrets died last year of cancer and I'm still not over it. I will forever be in debt to my
vet for the kindness and skill she put into treating him. She even took him home with her after one of his surgeries, so she could keep an eye on him.
She checked on him every 2 hours, all during the night, just to make sure he was ok.
Know what the bill was after she did all that? Including surgery?.............Ready? .............$200.
Vets are not in it for the money [ well most of them ]. They love animals and the time and effort they put in shows it.