How Are Cats Euthanized?


Euthanizing a cat or ‘putting them to sleep’ is a simple and painless process. The cat is usually given a large overdose of an anaesthetic that causes them to lose consciousness and then slowly die. They are injected with the drug via a vein in the front leg.
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In 2009, the Human Society of the United States released statistics on euthanasia. They reported an estimated 3-4 million dogs and cats were euthanized each year ...
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