Originally Posted by riccil0ve
I do believe I have explained my reasons for giving it. And I am willing to take advice. After taking in, processing, and understanding said advice, I made a decision. Isn't that what I'm supposed to do?
Again. You all remember what they say about assuming things, right? =]
So if you came on here and stated, after careful consideration, you decided it would be in your cat's best interest to just amputate the leg with a bandsaw, and do it at home because you can't afford the vet, we should all be in agreement with it because it's YOUR decision?
You're making a bad judgement here. People are trying to help you, teach you, and answer your call for help. You are being hard-headed and taking the classic route most people who are fighting a subject on principle as opposed to reason generally do - by claiming it's your right, it's your choice, etc.
As far as assumptions - what about the assumption you are making - that you think you know more than any vet in any published study, and despite all the literature, and direct warnings, tylenol must still be fine to give your cats because you haven't killed one yet? Seriously, should it take the experience of the drug KILLING your cat to stop you from using it?
Agreed with JDI, this is pointless and I will not post on this thread again.
For shame, Riccil0ve, I had a lot of respect for you until this point.