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November 2015 Issue

‘Living Fully to the Last Moment’

At-home hospice care is a commitment but can provide relief from symptoms and pain, and extra time together

Whether your cat is suffering from disease or the effects of extreme old age, a time may come when medical treatment can no longer help. In the past, that might have meant euthanizing your cat. Today, however, veterinarians increasingly suggest hospice care as an option. Some clinics offer house calls with staff members providing hospice services, while in some cases owners decide to provide care at home under veterinary supervision.

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