A peaceful cat euthanasia in their loving home.

Mobile vet cat euthanasia to support cat owners in providing a peaceful passing in their loving home.

Love and Care for you and your cat

High Quality Care

Care is at the center of everything we do. Our mobile vets ensure your cat is comfortable at every step.


Just as your cat is your companion, so are we throughout their end of life journey.

Curated Service

Our complete service takes the hassle out of decision making so you can spend quality time with your cat until the end.

Cat Euthanasia at Home
Our compassionate mobile veterinarians specialise in providing cat euthanasia services that reflects the love and care shown throughout your cats life.
An arranger to guide you through the entire process
Our compassionate veterinarian to attend your home
Avg appointment time 45min - 1hr but moving at the pace you are comfortable
Pre-sedation to ensure the most peaceful passing
Fulfil your aftercare wishes including cremation packages
Instalment & upfront payment options

Our veterinarians

Helping you and your pet is our passion

Dr Sherif

Dr Sherif has a wealth of experience in general practise and emergency clinics with a passion for the human animal bond. He is passionate supporting pets & their owners on the end of life journey.

Dr Ingrid

Dr Ingrid is a Senior Medical Vet with a passion for the human animal bond. Dr Ingrid and her two dogs Brave and Ernie are also trained members of the Disaster Assistance Response Team for QLD Fire & Rescue.

Dr Courtney

Dr Courtney is an experienced and passionate veterinarian who values home services where she can take the time and space needed to provide a fitting farewell for beloved pets.

Questions you might find yourself asking

Why is in-home euthanasia a better option for my pet than a clinic euthanasia?

Saying goodbye to your pet at home has a number of benefits for you and your pet, including:

  • The ability to schedule your pet’s appointment at a time convenient for everyone, including after normal clinic hours, and on short notice
  • Allowing your pet to be in their loving home, where they are relaxed and less anxious
  • Long appointment times allowing our veterinarians to progress at the pace you are comfortable
  • No limit on attendees so you can have as many family members present as you need
  • Flexibility to find the perfect place including outside in your yard
  • The presence of other household pets, which can allow faster healing after the loss of their friend
  • The ability to grieve for your pet in peace

How long does the euthanasia process take?

Once your veterinarian arrives, the full procedure will be explained to you based on your interest and comfort level. The average appointment time for our home euthanasia service is 45min - 1hr. The appointment time will depend on a number of factors including your pet's condition on arrival. Our empathetic vets move at the pace you are comfortable.

Do you offer cremation services?

Absolutely. We have a number of aftercare options including individual cremation packages with your pets ashes hand delivered back home to you or scattered in the crematorium gardens. Our team will discuss these options with you to ensure you find the perfect final resting place. 

Not sure you're ready?

Book a time to speak with one of our caring team about your journey.

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