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Gina, the banamine was unlikely to have sped up the process, but the stress of car travel and a veterinary visit may have been a catalyst to his passing. With him bleeding internally, he was already critical. The tumor should be blamed here, not the banamine.
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Yes, and with any illness, really. Once cats begin to feel very poorly, they want to be left alone.
Checking in, JA Customer. Did you have any additional questions over your companion's passing?
I think that is very common for people to second-guess not only themselves but how the situation should have been handled. I think no matter what had happened, he would likely have passed away. I hope my discussion with you was able to give you some peace of mind.