Everyone who has a pet is afraid of the news that their pet is going to pass away. After all, it is a pet that has been kept for a long time have developed deep feelings. So when a cat dies it will say goodbye to its owner? There are many people who think that before their cat dies it will say goodbye to their own, but the answer is no.
When cats feel like they are going to die, they will want to be in a quiet and undisturbed environment, the cat will find a place where it thinks it is safe to stay quietly, in fact, this is just a nature of the cat. This we call the cat afraid of their master sad before going far, the cat will usually come back to see their master before they die, and then silently leave, looking for a hidden and quiet place to stay. But if it rests on its own for a few days and recovers, it will return to its owner’s side. If it thinks it can’t recover, it will stay there, knowing that it died and you may not be able to find it. There are exceptions, some cats have been trained for a long time, and have deep feelings with their owners, and will rely on their owners when they are physically ill, and stay by their owners until they die.
So how do we know our cat is going to pass away? At the time when the cat has not eaten for three days and only drinks a little water, the body is very thin, then you should be worthy of attention, your cat is likely to die. There is also your own pet cat, which often behaves lethargically, often sleeps easily, does not close its eyes or half-closed eyes, moves sluggishly, and moves slowly. You can also know this by your cat’s temperature. You can use a thermometer to take your cat’s temperature, which is usually accompanied by a rise in temperature, thirst, frequent sleeping, slow movement and loss of appetite.
Before your own cat dies if we know in advance, be with it well. Because you don’t know which day your own cat will leave you and find a quiet place to wait for death to come. Before the cat dies usually do not say goodbye to their owners, we have to observe the cat themselves, do not let it go alone!