Lorrie-

Thank you for the kind words.  I debated back and forth, and after a
loooonnggggg discussion with the vet I decided putting her down was the
best thing for her.  I did what you did: gave her the best life I could,
but let her go when it was time.

Thanks again,
Jennifer
On Oct 11, 2013 5:41 AM, "Lorrie" <felineres...@frontier.com> wrote:

> Dear Jennifer,
>
> You did the right thing..... I have had many FelV cats, and other
> than giving fluids to make them more comfortable or taking care of
> something like an infection that a vet can treat, I will NOT put a
> cat of mine thru any heroic measures. I have tried assist feeding,
> and I've watched them gag and try to get away from me. This is pure
> torture for them as well as for me, the torturer. I know a lot of you
> will disagree with me, but when a FelV cat becomes desperately ill I
> put them down.  I give my FelV cats as good a life as I can while
> they are alive and well, but when they are dying I let them go.
> Thank you for making the brave decision you made.  You will miss
> Sasha terribly, but you did the kindest thing you could for her.
>
> Hugs for you from Lorrie
>
> On 10-10, Jennifer Ballew wrote:
> >    Put Sasha down today.  I think it was time.  :-(
> >
>
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