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Cats are our number one passion at Cat Care Hospital, and our hearts break every time a patient departs for the Rainbow Bridge. But as painful as “goodbye” can be, we’re honored that our cat veterinarian can make this process less painful with in-home euthanasia in Atlanta and Marietta. Unlike clinical euthanasia services that require you and your cat to come to us, in-home cat euthanasia takes place in your own home, where your cat can be comfortable and you can focus on saying goodbye in peace.
Of course, the decision to let go of a beloved cat is never easy. We understand that this process will be painful no matter where it happens. However, when it’s truly the right thing to do, in-home cat euthanasia is a service that eliminates extra sources of stress and pain, making your pet’s passing as peaceful as possible.
Our cat veterinarian in Atlanta, Dr. Debra Rowell, offers in-home euthanasia throughout Cobb County and may travel farther upon request. But what actually happens when you arrange this service? Instead of administering the euthanasia in a clinical setting, Dr. Powell will come to your home with a veterinary nurse. In-home euthanasia looks a little different for every family, because we adapt to your family’s emotional needs and your cat’s physical needs. If you need extra time to say goodbye before we administer the euthanasia solution, we will make sure you have that time. If you’d prefer a quick and painless goodbye for your pet, our veterinary team will work as efficiently as possible. However, you can expect our vet to follow these steps:
If you’re feeling confused or scared, ask questions. Your pet deserves peace, and we applaud you for making such a difficult choice on their behalf, but you should have the information you need to be confident in that decision.
When you arrange in-home euthanasia with our cat veterinarian in Marietta, you can also arrange your pet’s after-care. If you plan to bury your cat at home (and are legally allowed to do so), we’ll simply leave you with your cat after we’ve confirmed a peaceful passing. But if you would like us to handle your pet’s after-care, we’ll take care of everything, starting with placing your pet in a special bed and respectfully carrying him or her out with us.
If you choose cremation, we'll make sure you receive your pet’s ashes in a beautiful commemorative urn within two days. We work with local after-care providers to ensure that private cremation is completely private, but mass cremation and cemetery burials are also options we can arrange for your cat.
Call us today to request an appointment or learn more about our in-home cat euthanasia services in Marietta and Atlanta. Learn more about in-home euthanasia at our.