Ebony’s Owner Requested Euthanasia at MAS, All Ebony Got was a Cage to Suffer In
High priority to euthanize, does not mean left alone to suffer. By all means when an animal is near death owners usually chose a safe and swift euthanization or to die naturally in their arms. Ebony was not so fortunate and her story is heartbreaking.
“Ebony was left alone in a cage to suffer until she finally died at some point before someone on the next morning shift noted she was dead.”
“I hope your 15 years on this earth were beautiful and happy, Ebony. I’m sorry your death at MAS was so needlessly cruel. There are such things as monsters and you should not have had to find that out at the hour of your greatest need. How many more, Memphis?”
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Disclaimer connected to this blog…Things said are of my opinion and the opinions of others…Stay tuned -B
End of life decisions for pets are painful and difficult. None of us wants to take a pet in for euthanasia too soon and at the same time we don’t want to wait too long. On the one hand, there is hope the pet could possibly rally once more and have a little bit more quality time in this life. On the other hand, when the vet has told you there is no reasonable hope for recovery and you believe your beloved family member has no rallies left in her, you don’t want her to needlessly suffer through to the natural end of life. Nature can be cruel. Euthanasia is the final kindness we can offer to our pets.
Speaking for myself, once I’ve made the decision that it’s time, I don’t want to delay. I want the suffering to end as soon as possible. My vet has always been…
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