I can understand the quality of life thing, that is the way I feel. When she's not living anymore, not the way she should be, then it's time. But, she plays all the time. She's so active, but then she'll turn around & vomit. I mean, many many times she actually pukes on her toys. I cannot imagine letting her go when she is still enjoying life so, which makes this so hard. There is that nagging thought in the back of my mind that it might be something terminal & she might not get to where she no longer has a quality of life before I have to "do something".
I don't know. I've never had to euthanize a cat of my own before. And that thought terrifies me.
I am sending you hugs and prayers from Mississippip for you and Damita for Thursday.
I do hope that everything will be ok.
Only you will truely know if and when it is time.
We treated our beloved Sambo for years with some of his illnesses, he was not in any pain, and he always acted like he was happy to be with us. When we had to make the decision, it was because the vet told us that it looked like his body was shutting down. I did not want him to suffer.
Please keep us posted on how she is doing.