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Additionally their are so many posts of people who have had pets die and the friends/enemies here put everything aside to just give good words.
I guess what Im saying is it sucks watching a beloved pet moving towards the inevitable end of a long life together.
Treatment risks need to be weighed though thanks to my career cost is not an issue so I would pay whatever I have to but the most important thing you can do for a pet or really any loved one is to not prolong any suffering they are experiencing for selfish reasons.
originally posted by: JBurns
a reply to: opethPA
I'm really sorry to hear about Midget, but it sounds like he had a good 19 years!
Doing the right thing is seldom easy, but at least you know Midget didn't have to suffer in the end. It sounds like you did the most humane thing possible, in such a bad situation.
If you need anything opethPA, I'm always here. One cat lover to another
originally posted by: opethPA
This is why i posted this scenario here..
Replies likes yours made a difference for me.. =)
Midget, was peacefully put down by a vet that was willing to come the house.
With the vet coming to the house Midget was able to just sit on the couch and be in a setting she was safe in.