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Posted on 04-18-2017
No matter how much you love your cat and how well you care for him or her, the inevitable end will occur, and you must make decisions about your beloved companion’s quality of life. The decision to put your cat to sleep can be a difficult one, but it is yet another important responsibility each pet owner must face. Your cat veterinarian in Atlanta can answer any questions you may have about the euthanasia process and the best decision for your pet.
In-home cat euthanasia in Atlanta is designed to be as painless and humane as possible. Our cat veterinarian will arrive at your home, usually with an assistant. First, a sedative injection is administered to relax the animal and give the owner time to say good-bye. When the owner feels he or she has had sufficient time with the animal, the veterinarian will administer the euthanasia drug. Within a minute or two, the animal quietly passes away. The cat owners may choose to spend a few moments with the animal to say final good-byes. The vet and assistant will then take the body to the office. Arrangements can then be made for private cremation or mass cremation. You may also keep the animal for burial, if your community allows it.
The veterinarians and staff at Cat Care Hospital are committed to the individualized care of felines at every stage of their lives. Because we specialize in cats, we can provide a range of services for their unique needs. Our services include examinations, vaccinations, dental care, spay and neuter services, diagnostic services, boarding, grooming, urgent care and in-home euthanasia. Contact Cat Care Hospital today at 770-467-3200 for an appointment to discuss in-home euthanasia in Atlanta and how to make good end-of-life decisions for your pet.
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