If she really loved animals she wouldn't have kept poor old Squeaky in terrible pain for weeks before having him put down, just because she'd have been bereft without him.
Selfish and cruel woman.
I know I always agree with you about LJ.However when my cat was at the end of her life the two vets in the surgery disagreed.
She had her front paw amputated and was recovering well,then lost control of her back legs but seemed happy.One vet taught me how to empty her bladder and bowels and she was still super purry.I found after a while she was struggling to eat and losing weight so I made that decision.Perhaps I should have done it before but the vet seemed so confident that she was happy.
In the meantime ( while she had been indoors for about 6 months) ,my neighbour accused me of her pooing in his garden .Needless to say we do not speak now
( cor, I can sound just like LJ sometimes,but it's true.)