Please send me good vibes

Tomorrow we will have to let the vet put Jago to sleep. And I don’t know how I shall get through this day tomorrow, even though I know it will be the best for the kitty.

6 thoughts on “Please send me good vibes

  1. Karen W.

    I am so sorry, Sandra. I have fur children too, and I know from first-hand experience how hard it is to lose one, even when you know you’re doing the right thing. I’ll be thinking of you and sending you strength. ((HUGS))

  2. Sandra Schwab

    Thank you all for the love and the hugs.

    This was certainly one of the most difficult things I’ve ever had to do. But I’m so grateful that Jago had a good morning yesterday: for once, he wasn’t sick; he ate a tiny little bit; and felt even well enough to demand his special morning treat (milk). He sat on my lap for a little while, purring madly, before he apparently felt weaker again and preferred to be left alone. So I spent the next hour or two just sitting next to him (I had gotten up very early so I could spend as much time with him as possible on that morning.)

    When it was finally time to take him to the vet, he was very calm (he was always such a patient cat!). He was already very weak, because he fell asleep very quickly after our vet had given him the first injection. I so hope that he didn’t feel too afraid and that having me with him made things easier for him.

    I loved him so much, and I miss him terribly.

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