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Monday, March 28, 2011

Should I put down the cat?

So me and my partner have this cat, it's about 11 years old, it has been pissing inside now for a while (which is stinking out the place) even if he has been outside the whole day, then comes inside JUST TO PISS. He gets up on the bench and eats food, no matter how many times to tell it to get off. Plus he attacked me today when I tried to get him outside which has lead me to make this poll :P. I love animals and feel it would be cruel to put him down, but kind of at the point where it seems necessary, he has had a good life.

So vote please and leave a comment.

(Not my cat)

20 comments:

Janez said...

exhaust every possibility before that one mate it seems wrong

after3 said...

Sometimes you have to.

DYLON said...

^agree with him. Try everything you can before you resort to killing him!

Jared said...

11 years old its had a good life. night night kitty!

Wintermute said...

Voted, sounds like he is a stress in your life that you don't need. let him go.

zahwarudo said...

If you must, you must.

The Mass Debater said...

I voted no but that's just because I have a cat obsession.

ValveWorld said...

Nooo its cruel :\

JUju said...

it feels wrong, but if nothing else works maybe.

TheMonopolyGuy said...

You gotta do what you gotta do

lazyboyniko said...

I'd say let it die naturally

mac-and-me said...

no >_>

Anthony C said...

Cats are very clean animals, and generally only urinate/poop in one spot. If they are urinating somewhere else, it can be one of two things. Either you aren't keeping the litter box clean enough, or there is a mental problem with the cat. Sadly I'm not joking. If they always have a clean litter box and they have been fixed and they are start peeing somewhere, their mental health is severely at stake. Take your cat to the vet immediately.

Jay said...

Take it out somewhere and let it go. It'll manage.

Piets said...

^^ agreed

frameaj1 said...

@ AnthonyC - Yeah we know his mental health is stuffed, pretty sure it's dimensia or something. But what is a vet going to do bout that? Plus that costs money which we don't really have.

Blair said...

It is pretty old so maybe it's just time.. It seems really upsetting though, I wouldn't have the heart :o

sporktar said...

If it's mental state is bad, it may just be for the best to let it go. :c

PryON said...

Please don't ask me to decide. :I

nasbaumscorner said...

i recently had to put my dog down, it was really sad but we have a new one now

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