Originally Posted by Pami
Wait a sec, you opened this thread asking for tips in dealing with ringworm and because you dont like the facts of what you've been told you "are done with this thread" and thank those who said something that you liked.
I did ask for tips, and recieved some. But the bottom line is several don't agree with the way my vet is treating it, and I do agree with it. What more is there to say? Why should I keep defending what my vet is doing, or explaining myself?
There comes a point when people need to agree to disagree and that is precisely what I've done by thinking I was done with this post, but yet again I feel the need to defend myself
You have started more than one thread asking for advice and seemingly getting offended when someone tells you something different than what you have been told by someone else. Im not sure why you are starting the threads asking for opinions, if you are not willing to be open to opinions.
I would like to know where else have I been offended? There was one post, which was a misunderstanding, and cleared up....aside from that, I see nothing that you have mentioned.
I thanked those who have offered support or tips. There is NOTHING wrong with that at all. (Looking back, I did miss one, and I'm sorry. I appreciate white cat lover
|My best advice re: ringworm? Don't be a spaz like I was!
) That is a similiar line as what my vet told me.
Everyone is entitled to their opinion. Am I not entitled to say "I'm done with this thread" especially since there is NOTHING else I can say? Others believe what they believe, and I believe what I believe.
Maybe "done with it" is the wrong termanology. It's more, I'm agreeing to disagree. Any furthur tips or support would be appreciated. Kizzy and I have had one heck of a ride, and all I want is to get rid of this so we can enjoy Kizzy around the house instead of him being isolated.
If what my vet has prescribed does not work, although it should with this particular strain, they will reevaluate things when I go in for a the check up in 2 weeks. But I completely understand why he went topical instead of oral. Kizzy is an underweight, 5mos old, on antibiotics for URI and to add on oral meds for ringworm could have devestating effects. Something I am not willing to risk.