Humanely Euthanize a Cat




Humanely Euthanize a Cat :

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         Saying good bye to your beloved pet is never easy. There are many factors that you have to consider before euthanizing your cat.

            Some signs are more obvious than the others. For instance, if your cat constantly shows signs of chronic painful suffering, euthanasia should be administered.  Other signs like lower quality of life may be less clear and obvious.

Humane Euthanasia Protocol:

            You should take your cat to a vet, if you feel that it need to be euthanized due to a medical reason. Only qualified animal care authorities can perform euthanize procedure on your cat. The following is a normal procedure.

  • A vet will sedate your cat to minimize distress and pain by injecting medications like Acepromazine, Buprenex, Buthorphanol, or Morphine.
  • An animal care authority will take your cat to treatment room. Then your cat will be injected with heparinized saline through an intravenous catheter (ICV).
  • After the injection, your pet will be brought back to spend the last moment and say good-bye.
  •  Your veterinarian will then sedate your cat with  Diazepam or Propoflo then immediately followed by the euthanasia solution.


Saying Good Bye to Your Feline Companion:

            Before you decide to euthanize your cat, it is important to say good bye. There are many things that you can do like spending time alone with your pet. Take him/her to a park. Perhaps, make a special meal. Don’t forget to take lots of pictures.

            In addition, you can memorialize your cat by building a web page of your cat or donating money to a local animal rescue organization.

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