(15 minutes ago)UniqueStranger Wrote:(23 minutes ago)Below Average Genius Wrote:(35 minutes ago)UniqueStranger Wrote:(45 minutes ago)Below Average Genius II Wrote:(4 hours ago)UniqueStranger Wrote: Hey BAG, the kindest thing you can do for a feral cat that is suffering due to liver or kidney failure is to have it put down. I would never let an animal continue to suffer.
The kindest thing is to kill Snowman? Hmm.
If I had followed your advice, he wouldn't be improving - he'd be murdered.
Snowman is now able to eat a half of a can of cat food. He just ate it in three minutes flat and looked at me like :"Is that all??" Before he was barely eating at all. He is now begging me for more by meowing and he reached up with his paw when the meowing didn't work. He doesn't do that normally.
The red discoloration on his fur has also cleared up except for small spots on his ankle joints. His limp is gone at least for the moment.
Perhaps the kindest thing was and is to offer him a chance to reconnect with wellness.
PS. Some people say that we can clear karma right up until our last breath. Short circuiting that process might mean an additional lifetime to clear it which means going through the dying process all over again. I want to be able to ask one last time before go, "Why do Iove discovering how my protons can experience loving kindness?"
Feral cats do not live very long due to lack of proper medical care. Most do not live beyond 3 years old. My sis and I are capturing ferals here and we have heard that there may be 80 of them that a farmer keeps in a barn with no regard for their health or if they eat or not. We took in one feral which we thought was an older adult, beat up and sick looking, to the vet and she said he was still very young.
Point is, if his organs are failing, then he will not get better without medical intervention, and may not get better even with medical intervention.
I do not believe in letting any animal suffer in pain.
Snowman was an adult cat 10 years ago when I first met him which would make him at least 11 years old, maybe older. He had lived on a farm.
I have NEVER taken him to a vet. I have used various types of energy medicine on him, such as when he had a suspected pellet gun wound on or next to his cheek.
Maybe you ignored what I said in my last message. Snowman is presently recovering, much to my surprise. My neighbor noticed Snowman was losing weight. Thus far he has eaten about 80% of a can of cat food this rnorning in the space of a half hour.
Furthermore, as has been made perfectly clear twice now, no one here will be murdering Snowman. You've made your predilection be known twice. We got it.
If he has failing organs he will never get better. He may have good days and bad days, but if he has one of many diseases, he will be suffering.
Yes, Snowman will die someday, maybe even soon. Someone once said we all die sooner or later. If you'd been in charge, Snowman would have already been killed off instead of sleeping besides me.
Right now he is content resting his head on a Lakhovsky disk and a Bliss Disk. He also has a hand sized amethyst near his head and a similarly sized banded agate 2 inches away.
We are listening to a combination of crown chakra healing music and Mozart.
It must drive you nuts that Snowman's appetite has returned, his limp is gone, and the reddish discoloration on fur is almost gone. Snowman doesn't feel that way. He likes eating, sleeping and listening to healing music.
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Can you ask yourself "Why do I love discovering how my protons can experience Loving Kindness?"