It never gets easier...
You gave her the Ultimate last gift of Love, by letting her go, and not suffer.
I went through a similar scenario last year with a beloved cat...I had pushed the vet to do an x-ray, and a huge mass was found in his belly growing around his intestines...
They couldn't guarantee they could get it all, if they cut him open, and at his age, with all the weight lost, I didn't want to put him through all of that.
We spent some last wonderful quality time together, at home, and he let me know one day, that he was ready to on.
I let him Fly Free to the Rainbow Bridge...
I cried for several days afterwards...
She knew she was loved, and she had a good run, remember that!
It is OK to cry and mourn our Special little ones.
Never let anyone tell you otherwise!
Many, many Hugs
"A Cat must have three different names:
An everyday family name; A particular name;
And the name but the Cat Himself Knows, and will never confess." T.S. Eliot
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