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  1. Tomorrow is the day we must say goodbye to our beloved cat Peggy, she was diagnosed with large cell lymphoma in her lungs about 6 weeks ago after a trip to the emergency vet due to labored breathing and being lethargic. We have tried chemotherapy since the diagnosis but unfortunately her lymphoma has not responded and her chest keeps filling with fluid. We have made the decision to have her pass peacefully at home where she is comfortable but I am really struggling with this. I know that is it best for her, her chest will be full again by probably Monday and we would have to drag her into the vet to have it drained which causes her a lot of pain and discomfort. I feel so much guilt and regret already, I don't want to euthanize her I don't feel like I can do it. I just can't stand the thought of her not being around, she is literally the best cat. I know I will never have another cat like her and I am just heartbroken. I'm already not sleeping and fear what tomorrow will bring.