My Cat Is Dying, She Is Very Old, She Seems To Be In A Coma What Can I Do To Put Her At Rest?


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John Copple Profile
John Copple answered
She may be sleeping a lot because as cats get older they seem to "rest" more. My best advice is to take her to the vet and have her checked out. If there is a reason other than age he could put her down. Otherwise enjoy her last days or months. As long as she can get around and feed herself she will go when nature says it is time to go, again, unless she is ill and suffering.
Alison Turner Profile
Alison Turner answered
My cat died only a week ago and he was put to sleep my cat only had 6 months to live and very ill. After I had him put to sleep I felt very guilty but I know I did the right thing. You do what you think is right.
Anonymous Profile
Anonymous answered
Our cat had a stroke, and I hand fed her with a squart bottle for 1 week before she passed away. We were all there when she breathed her last breath. If you could only see the look in her eyes after I fed her with the squart bottle, you would never even think of taking her to get euthanized.
simmy malcolm Profile
simmy malcolm answered
I would hope by now you have humanely put your cat down. Please rest assured you have done the right thing!
Aisha Profile
Aisha answered
I can understand your situation. Your cat is old, and from where I see she has no chances of recovery. I believe Euthanizing is the best option available with you. This would put an end to your cat's misery and even yours. As you are suffering with it right now. So Plan a Euthanasia with your vet and be there for her when the end comes.
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Daniel Tagliento
Daniel Tagliento commented
The motionless state and age should be the reasons that you must say goodbye to your friend and have the Vet adminster a quiet end to her troubles.

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