I was told by my previous veterinarian that I could use OTC Pyrantel Pamoate horse and dog products for my cats. She said that cats get 9 mg/lb and I could use the dosages on Drontal as my guideline, even though they were higher. She suggested using the liquid OTC products for horses because they are usually around 50 mg per ml, whereas the dog products are 2.27 mg or 4.54 mg per ml. So with the horse products, the cats would get less liquid. She said I'd have to figure out the exact dosage myself because each product is different. So that brings me to my problem. I found a liquid Pyrantel Pamoate wormer on Amazon that is 50 mg per ml. The problem is that people in the reviews can't agree on the dosage for a cat and it's making me question my own math. I think they are all wrong and I'm right. Here's the one review that's throwing me off - http://www.amazon.com/review/R13P1P...ge=&ref_=cm_cr_pr_cmt#CustomerDiscussionsNRPB If a cat gets 9 mg/lb then an 8 pound cat would get 72 mg, right? Which means an 8 pound cat would get 1.44 ml of this particular product, right? Not the 0.45 ml that was suggested in the product review, right? Just to reiterate, my previous veterinarian said it was ok to use an OTC Pyrantel Pamoate product on my cats. Unfortunately, she moved away and my current vet sucks. She won't call me back and her employees are clueless morons. That's why I'm asking this question here.