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By Clumsyblonde22 / Saturday 4 June 2011 11:22 / United States
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By  5232jada  |  4

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  herrobear  |  0

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  taternuts  |  0

cause no one likes you hero

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  seanders  |  10

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  Iskaria  |  0

Actually 13, many human meds are given to animals. Such as off-the-shelf antihistamines etc. I think it's more a case of 'never give animals medicine without a professional telling you to.' For dosing quantities for one...

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  5232jada  |  4

Thumbs down because I'm more of a dog person? really? I still had sympathy...but okay then

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  5232jada  |  4

nothing. nothing at all

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  Vegangeekgirl  |  2

When it comes to cats you have to be more careful and with say dogs. Because a cat's liver isn't that good handling such things. Won't link because it's early and I need to sleep.

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  marmlr339  |  14

yes, I understand they can have some medications designed for humans. But only an animal specialist should give advice on this. For example, a small amount of paracetamol is very harmful to animals, where as it doesn't harm people in reasonable doses.

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  5232jada  |  4

I never said it was about me fuck face. I stated my opinion and I said sorry for the loss. I'm tired of stupid bitches like you taking comments so seriously. what's so wrong about saying i like dogs better?? seriously! calm down!

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  prismis  |  0

my cats and dogs get human meds all the time. okay'd by my vet of course.. human meds are cheaper & generally the same thing, like Tylenol for pain. ... our other farm animals (goats,llamas) get cow de-wormer... actually they use that on humans in 3rd world country too.. if you know what your using & the proper dosage it doesn't matter what it says it's for.

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  Isandri  |  29

Depends on your knowledge.. Ibuprofen is safe for cats for example. Aspirin is a pure poison for cats, it causes swelling, trouble breathing etc.. poor cat :(

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By  frank678  |  7

that was stupid of your aunt. I hope you feel better. 1st?

By  Vanilor_fml  |  5

Jack Frost? "I'll be back when i sew myself back together. Hey, anyone have an asprin? hahaha"

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