Tuesday, December 15, 2009

Anonymous said...

My cat is dying of cancer. He is suffering, does not eat or drink. Is it ok to put him to sleep? It would seem to be the humane thing to do. What would the cat gain by suffering until he dies of the cancer? Is euthanasia allowable for people that are suffering and have no hope of a cure? I can see where a person might have formed an agreement to suffer at the end of their life. But I believe that a cat does not have the capacity to cognitively see any spiritual benefit in end of life suffering.

Answer from God through Carley:

"What you love as a cat in this lifetime was not and will not always be a cat. Thank you for loving him so much.

What you feel comes from your heart and your struggle comes from what's in your head - your beliefs that you have learned. Search your heart on all matters and act accordingly knowing that every act made out of love is the right act."

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