Robert shields 2015-12-08 16:49:38
You turn a blind eye, you dont think it can get worse, just another
month, a week, a day???
The money you’ve spent, the money you don’t have to spend??
What will it do to the kids??
The decision made.
The hollowness after.
I hope this link I found helps you and your understanding of why you
made the decision you did.
Don’t go alone, take someone with you for comfort.
I wanted to be there to comfort my pal and know that the last breath she
took , it smelt like me.
I had my dogs cremated and put in a urn that i have on a special shelf.
I hope this info helps….
Drzonk 2015-12-08 16:49:41
On Wed, 25 Jun 2003 22:05:57 GMT, Robert Shields
Could you please keep in mind that this group is a TEXT newsgroup and
not an HTML newsgroup.
Please fix your newsgroup reading program as it is posting in HTML and
please turn the Vcards off.
Helen davies 2015-12-08 16:49:48
Dr Zonk forgot to thank you for putting up that link about euthanasia! Your
post looked like normal email to me.
I’d just like to add and I know it’s not always possible depending on your
animal’s final condition and the urgency of it, but many vets will do a home
visit for euthanasia. For me this was such a blessing as there was no stress
for my boy, no final drive to the vets with a desperately sick and unhappy
cat in the much hated cat box. As it was at home I could cry like a baby
afterwards and hug my cat, wrapped in towels for obvious reasons, until he
was cold. If anyone out there has an ailing pet it is worth finding out in
advance of the time, if your vet will do this as it doesn’t seem to cost too
much extra. Planning for the worst doesn’t make it any easier to bear when
the time comes, but it does remove some of the panic at not knowing what to