My boy, Spike, has been poorly for some time now. Some may remember me posting around christmas time about him and I thought it was the end then. But with some vet attention he got loads better. He's had a few ups and downs and I know he has so many issues (adrenal disease, enlarged spleen, a mass on his spleen etc). For a few weeks now I've been looking at him and seeing him slowly decline. He can barely control his toileting, weeing and pooing without really knowing he's doing it. He's barely drank today, only what I have syringed him. Hardly ate. And he's very, very doddery. Eyes are crusty (orange colour) and he's lost so much weight. I literally got him out tonight and cried my eyes out because I think I know deep down that it's his time. He's 9, possibly 10. I don't want to be one of those people that keep their pet alive for their own sake (not wanting to say goodbye) but then I also don't want him to suffer at all. He has very little quality of life really. He literally comes out for 10 mins a night, has his food supplements and wants to go straight back to bed. I know you cannot tell me what to do, but am I making the right decision? I'm heartbroken even thinking about it, but I think I know deep down that it's not fair to keep him holding on.