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I am still in shock about how it happened. My 2 year old cat was running around and slammed head first into the wall. He struggled to breathe and then just died. How could this happen? Has anyone ever experienced this? It’s so sad that he had so many years to live and now it’s just over :(

Posts: 71
I’m so sorry for the loss of your cat, how traumatic especially with this being so sudden.

My cat died suddenly aged 4, overnight whilst I was sleeping. I believe it was a heart attack he suffered. Could this be a possibility with your cat? Or maybe a severe head injury. Sorry I’m just guessing and maybe someone else can help.

I know you won’t feel it now, but please take comfort in the fact he didnt suffer a long painful illness and it was very sudden. Even though he was only with you a short time, I’m sure the quality of life he had with you was worth many years and he knows that.

Take care of yourself.

Vicky x

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I'm so sorry.  No matter what age, we aren't ready to love an animal that we love, but it seems especially unfair when the animal is still young.  I wish you the best.

Posts: 26
I understand so much what you’re meaning and want to say. It only adds to our pain to loose our babies so young when all they want is to live.
They live in our hearts and thoughts. We love them forever. Let’s remember of all the beautiful moments our fur babies have let us share with them.
Warm hugs
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