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    Quote Originally Posted by crgadsby View Post
    Like I said, your initial tone was accusatory and almost degrading. If you had looked, I asked about her heat source (the post you referenced) over a year ago. That does not mean her set up has remained the same or is lacking. The insult is you implying my husbandry is poor and, when I asked for clarification, did not deny it and instead pointed to an old post to be your evidence. If you want to give me guidance I'm all for it- but be respectful and give more information than "what you're doing is wrong."
    I posted the second paragraph before I saw your reply because I type slow(due to osteoarthritis) I was trying to point out how when the air temps are not monitored, they can suffer colds and certain problems. No one is being disrespectful. I think it will be best to let someone else help you. Hope your Leo gets better soon.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Sg612 View Post
    Based on past posts all your Leo has is a warm spot on the ground. This is how people run into problems such as Leos with blocked nostrils(cold), picky appetites, going off food...

    Heating Concerns
    That post is from almost 1.5 years ago. Don't you think there was enough time to make adjustments?
    Please don't start anything nasty. Stick to current problems, not old ones that probably don't apply anymore.

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    Quote Originally Posted by crgadsby View Post
    Also: the tone you gave off was kind of accusatory and almost degrading. Not appreciated
    I don't see the reply being accusatory or degrading. Sometimes it's hard to get a message across in a post and not sound nasty when being limited to words and maybe some smilies.
    There's nothing there that should make you feel picked on, offended or anything like that. It might possibly be close to 'strongly worded', but that's even a bit of a stretch.
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    Quote Originally Posted by Hilde View Post
    I don't see the reply being accusatory or degrading. Sometimes it's hard to get a message across in a post and not sound nasty when being limited to words and maybe some smilies.
    There's nothing there that should make you feel picked on, offended or anything like that. It might possibly be close to 'strongly worded', but that's even a bit of a stretch.
    That's fair... Honestly I think it's my being stressed (both with her condition and other areas of my personal life) that lead me to interpret it as nasty.

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