No, in his only furball with a cat the cat was definitely the aggressor. However, he's hell on prairie dogs.
I'm loving your auto-correct. LOL.
That never happens
The data was never collected/available before. Now that it is, it's just a matter of time before the first demand.
While the brain can remap, as someone mentioned earlier, it can take up to a year of effort on the patient (as well as the doctors) for the process to really begin. It is draining on the patient, severely draining. My wife lost the toes on her right foot recently, and she is beginning therapy soon to try and stop the phantom pain by using a mirror to re-wire her brain into thinking she has toes on that foot and to stop with the pain and 'oh crap toes missing' messages that are currently being sent.
She isn't expected to even begin to see results from this for 9-12 months while the brain re-wires itself.
Unless there is some possibility of quick recovery from this, I would have to go with some of the others and recommend the painful (painful for you; remember, funerals are for the living), but more humane, option of pulling the plug. This situation is exactly why my wife and I both have extremely detailed living wills.
(who may or may not be thrustworthy)
As a guy, I hope I never, ever, enter this categorization.