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Cat Euthanasia

Our team members take great pride in being compassionate when helping our clients through the most difficult part of their cat’s life and in making a choice to say goodbye. Making decisions regarding the aftercare of your pet can also be incredibly hard when you are grieving. Our staff is always available to discuss cremation and memorial products with you.

When should I consider pet euthanasia?

It is always hard to know when the right time is as every cat and situation are different. Our veterinarians can perform a quality of life assessment to help evaluate your cat and make a recommendation of treatment versus euthanasia.

What is the process for cat euthanasia?

Our veterinarians will always guide our clients every step of the way. Typically, a strong sedative/pain relief is used to help your pet relax before the procedure, then a euthanasia solution is typically administered intravenously (directly into the vein). This helps the procedure to go quickly and smoothly.

Do you do house calls?

Unfortunately, mobile services are not available. However, we do offer a private comfort room in our clinic that can help make things feel more like home.

Can I stay with my cat during euthanasia?

We encourage all our clients to stay for the procedure. If you are unable to be present, do not fret as our staff will make sure that someone is with your beloved pet at all times.


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