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What to do when your cat is dying

You probably already know that your cat is very ill. But what do you do when you know your pet is dying?

Dying cats are sometimes taken to veterinary clinics for euthanasia. Sometimes their owner will euthanize the animal themselves.

The first thing you have to do is to discuss your plans with your veterinarian. He can show you how to do it safely.

It is also a good idea to keep in mind that you can easily give your cat pain medication, so that you don't have to physically euthanize the animal yourself.

How to euthanize a cat

The procedure is very simple. You will need a lethal injection (usually sodium pentobarbital).

You can buy it in pharmacies. However, it is also legal to buy it on the Web, as long as you are not living in a state where it is illegal.

The injection has to be administered as quickly as possible after your pet is fully conscious.

The injection should be given simultaneously in the neck and the chest. The animal's heart should then stop beating.

After the injection, you must place your cat on a blanket for five minutes.

How to humanely euthanize a cat

If you choose to euthanize your cat yourself, you have to be extremely careful.

You can only euthanize a cat if it is not suffering.

If you inject a pain medication, it can be too strong for your pet.

After the injection, you must give your cat five minutes to rest. Then you have to put the animal on a blanket and wait for five minutes.

After five minutes, you can give the injection again.

Keep in mind that you can euthanize your cat with a cat euthanasia kit. These kits are available on the Web, and they are very simple to use.

You will also find them in pet shops.

What is the best way to euthanize my cat?

The best option depends on the medical condition of your cat.

If your cat is dying of cancer, you should choose euthanasia by injection.

But if your cat is suffering from a chronic or terminal illness, you should take the animal to a veterinarian.

How long should you wait before euthanizing my cat?

You will have to wait for the animal to die.

This can take from a few hours to a few days.

Do not try to speed up the process.

How to euthanize your dog

Just like cats, dogs can also die of natural causes, or due to disease.

You can also decide to euthanize your dog yourself, without going to a veterinarian.

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