We understand how hard it is when that time comes to make decisions regarding the final care of our beloved companions. Our staff is here to help with end of life decisions.
When it is apparent that recovery to a comfortable existence is unlikely, the caretaker must consider all possibilities to relieve suffering. One option is Palliative or Hospice Care. This involves providing comfort, pain management, proper nutrition, hydration and warmth. Pain, digestive irregularities, respiratory congestion, nausea, and constipation should be addressed by the vet. With us all working together, the final days of your companion’s life can be more comfortable and provide solace to the caretakers.
When medical intervention cannot provide comfort then euthanasia is considered. This decision to euthanize a beloved member of the family is one of the most difficult choices to make. It is never easy and reflects the Love that you show for your cat. It is also one of the final acts of kindness you can bestow to not allow them to suffer but to give them a peaceful release from the dying process.
When that time comes, we are here for you. We provide at home euthanasias as well as here in the clinic. We feel that our process is quiet, painless, compassionate and as easy on the kitty as can be.
We offer several care of remains options.