I'm just wondering what else besides lethargy he's showing. Is he
still walking? Did he get another clot? I don't know the situation so
I don't want to mislead you or anything but many people onthe list
have had their kitties fed via a syringe. Or they eat tuna. If he is
still walking and going to the bathroom, then it might still ok.
I thought Scratchy was a goner when he had his second saddle
thrombosis within a period of 2 months.
No matter what you chose, I know that you will do what is right. I
just want to give you every option that might be possible. I know many
people are probably away this weekend due to the holiday, but there
are more people on this list that know a lot more than I do. No matter
what you do, this disease is such a difficult thing to deal with.
Good luck and best wishes. Scratchy and I are thinking of you!
--- In email@example.com, "bgslisa" <jimnlisa@s...> wrote:
> As I've said, my sweetie BG is in the end stages of cardiomyopathy.
> The last few days he wants to go out on his leash and just sit
> for hours but doesn't seem to want contact with me much. He's
> purring mostly but is still eating a bit. I'm having such a hard
> with this decision but feel it's going to be up to me. If I leave it
> up to him he's got a strong will to survive but that's different
> living. I've read a lot and talked a lot about euthanasia but I'm
> failing to be able to know/or be able to do it!I feel terrible. L