"Neal" who lives on the Gold Coast, has questioned why there seems to more concern shown when putting a loved animal to sleep to ease their suffering at the end of life than showing the same compassion for humans. He had to endure watching his wife pass away painfully.

Assisted dying: ‘I wish she could have died like a dog’

IF 'Neal' had his way, his wife would have died like his dog.

"I lost both of them within three months in the same year," he said.

It wasn't a shock for either, Neal's wife had battled cancer for five years and his dog was old.

But it was the way they died that sets Neal on edge.

"My wife was in palliative care until finally she was in so much pain she asked for her breathing tubes to be removed," he said.

Read the full story at The Gold Coast Bulletin


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