I agree, being there with them helps - both them & us, no matter where this happens (home or at the vet's office).
I have found a caring, local mobile vet who will come to the house when it is time to let them go, instead of having to take my kitties for their 'last car ride' vet visit.  I also ask the vet to give a quick acting tranquilizer first for my more skittish/scardey-cats, which definitely helps them to relax before helping them let go.
Kat (Mew Jersey)
Sent: Wednesday, April 12, 2017 at 12:06 AM
From: "Jennifer Olson" <>
Subject: [Felvtalk] Holding on...
I have been allowed to hold both of my cats & 1 for my sister as they were "put down". Using a towel around their lower half to catch anything excreted when they leave their body helps.
Be your & your baby's best advocate when the time comes.
My heart hurts for yours,
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