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Dogs in Post-Apocalypse: Yes or No?

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How practical would it be to keep a dog in the post apocalypse? Any one, zombie, nuclear, anarchist, etc.

It would be awesome to have a big strong one to help you find food and attack zombies (implying animals are immune from becoming zombies like in TWD) and bandits who fuck with you, but then you run the risk of being swarmed by 20 zombies or a party of cannibals if he freaks out at a stray cat or squirrel.
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The Plant General - MRI Edition

Welcome to /plant/, the magical green place on this blue board. ITT: sleepy snoozy VFTs, smug N. edwardsiana owners and beautiful budding normie seedlings.

/Plant/ is for the discussion of plants (obviously). Horticulturists, hobbyists and botanists welcome! Questions about plants? Want to show off your two inch dick-I mean plant? Maybe you want to start growing something new and exciting? Well come on over to /plant/!

Introducing a new basic caresheet with every thread: Stapelia/Orbea edition:
>fairly standard succulent care, most commercial species are easy
>well-draining cacti/succulent soil
>light watering, keep it dry in winter
>direct sun to very light shade
>don't let it get too cold, minimum 10c
>wait until flowering occurs to hide the smell of any rotting corpses you may be hiding

For our carnivorous plant newbies:
Approved forums:

Good place(s) for newbie carnivorous plant growers:

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Rate my cat please.
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worried about cat

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Our cat is normally lazy, likes to lie on her back when sleeping, and meows a lot all the time, be it because she wants food, want to be pet, etc.

But since 2 days she hardly ever meows, most sits like the cat on the picture and doesn't really lie on her back, and generally seems more lethargic than usual.
She still eats normally, enjoyd being pet, poops normally and doesn't seem to have any spot that hurts when being touched.

We'll be going to the vet if she's still this lethargic on Monday.
Should we be worried? What could have caused this sudden change in behavior?
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Post your rattos.

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We don't have this yet right? A thread about posting pics of pet rats.

the one in the photo is called Coco.
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I need some help with quick birb tips. I've had this green cheeked conure for about a year now. He does really like us, or at least I'm assuming, since he gets excited when someone comes over to the cage, or especially when my mother gets home. We usually let him out around night time for a few hours and he loves flying to someone's head, mainly my mother's though. But the biting is really the only issue though, since he's been known to break through skin plenty of times, and I usually wear gloves when putting more seeds in his cage to scare him away a bit or to have protection. He's a cool birb, but the biting really sucks.
Also, post pics of your birbs if you have any.
Pic related, that's him.

The future is wild

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So I remember seeing this old show as a kid, about how animals in the future might look like, I'm genuinely curious if these could actually show up in the far future or if they're just the product of fever dreams?
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The Vicious Murdering Bully.

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Bat thread

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I was walking back to my apartment last night when I saw several bats fly overhead. They reminded me of how much I love bats, and how they don't get enough love
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Hi guys,

I need some help. I'm taking on responsibility for a 6 week old puppy with weak back legs that is almost half the size of his litter mates. If I don't take him in he will likely die but I don't know the first thing about taking care of young puppies.

Any help, advice on how to strengthen his back legs? Can diet and exercise help?
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