Help On New Cat

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Guys, I just adopted a black cat from Petco. He was declawed by the previous pet owners and now I don't know what to do when it comes to toys or things for the cat. I am a first time pet owner and I need help in the types of things that my cat COULD possibly like or enjoy. I want him to have an easy transition from shelter to my home.
I have kept him for about 3 days already. The same day I adopted him I kept him in my room all night. On the second day I let him roam around the entire house during the day while I went to college. Now I just leave the door open at all times so he can come and go when he would like.
Pic related. That is him.

Craigslist Cringe

No.2321753 View ViewReplyOriginalReport
1. Go to your local craigslist pets page
2. Find the cringiest or saddest listings
3. Post them here

>male, unneutered pitbull
>good with children, cats, and other dogs
Consider me triggered.
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No.2321996 View ViewReplyLast 50OriginalReport
ask an overnight emergency/critical care vet tech (nurse) anything?

have pics, will dump.
"trigger" warning for gore, duh.

anyone?
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Dinosaurs

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>mfw I probably won't be able to see a nonavian dinosaur in my lifetime.
Who else shares this sadness?
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Horse General

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Old thread >>2279224
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/birds/ general

No.2323974 View ViewReplyOriginalReport
Yet another OP edition.

Post any questions you have about birds.

Share any pictures you have of your cute little terrors in this thread.

I've had her for 8 months, and she has been going after my glasses at the slightest opportunity since day 1.

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I need help /an/. I just noticed that my bird's beak is bleedinh, but there doesn't seem to be any major Crack. What do? Should I rush to a vet or wait and seem

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My dog is getting very old. I expect her to die in 0-4 years from now. I will have a doctor put her down when the time comes.

I have decided to bury her myself. I have looked up remote spot in the woods to do it. I have check that the grave should not be disrupted in next 15 years or more. There is no danger of common water getting infected because of the corpse.

I have a good shovel to do it and i know where to get few big stones to cover the corpse.

Has anyone here buried their own dog?

How deep should i bury her?

What is the white stuff they spread over dead humans when they made mass graves and why do they do it?
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Spring flowers

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'tis the season, how are those plant bulbs coming along /an/?
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What's your opinion about working doggos

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