Someone else have this kind of gifs, animales with hands? Love it
I have caique gif
Why do hedgehogs poop so much?
Sort of the reason (0-1) babies tend to shit themselves multiple times in a given day.
my dog perches on the arm of my chair and stares at me and whines at me to do things for him
pic very related
My aunts bird does things like this
he's an asshole
Well right now my new doggo keeps peeing in the closet. Also if I sleep in even an hour extra he shits on the floor
my cat has discovered that drops of water slide down the shower curtain and has fucking ruined at least 6 by now. if i keep the door closed when i get out she sits and meows and scratches the bathroom door untill i open it, even if manage to get out of the bathroom without her getting in she still scratches at the door, shes taking the paint off it
>>2329105 >feed my dog at 7:30 AM every morning
7 am feeding
>day light savings time >wakes me up at 6am
does this happen to you too?
is it hard to keep orchid mantis? iv always thought they were beautiful but never really considered one as a pet until now
Have any of you seen this? is it worth watching?
If you are not already vegan then yea, you should watch it. If you are then nah, you probably understand how bad it is already.
I watched it. Leftist propaganda cherrypicking the worst pictures available.
It's ok to watch, though, but don't believe everyone is shit toward animals.
Staying away from red meat, factory farmed products, and even going vegetarian makes sense if you care about limiting your impact on global ecology. Veganism, on the other hand, is some dumb unsustainable bullshit that's only made possible by industrial society.
Do you guys neuter your pets?
Had a female get sick from something as a kid. Can't remember what exact but it was related to her ovaries. Had to put her down but she was at least 8.
Current is spayed, same breed. She's getting close to 11 and doesn't bleed on stuff
I'm upset that my cats will never spread their awesome cat genes, I mean they're pretty excellent-looking cats.
If I save a clump of their fur will there be enough there to possibly clone them in the distant future?
I always neuter my cats, but here it's fairly difficult to get permission to nether your male dogs. I have 5 dogs, and all three boys are neutered (two of them as they had to be before travelling from their original countries) and one as he was supposed to become a service dog. They're easy going and never gets in trouble with other dogs, they don't hump things and get along well with both males and females.
Have not spayed my females, but I think it's a fairly good idea to do so as to saving them from e.g. cancer in ovaries. Depends on the breed, as I suppose.
Cats however are much better off neutered (and so are the owners to be fair). Make cats will mark their (and your neighbor's) territory, which can smell pretty bad. They also wander off more and fight other cats more. Females are hella annoying and make a lot of noise when not spayed, as they try getting the male's attention. As of right now I have 6 cats and before the last one was spayed she was so annoying. Probably a bit different if I wouldn't have male cats as well, though.
my family had a female cat that we assumed was spayed and goddamn she was the most annoying fucking thing when she was in heat and she was constantly attempting to go outside. Even after we spayed her, she would always try to get out of the house and she was unfriendly otherwise.
I hated that cat.
I phrased it a bit wrong, it's more like a last resort. The few times I ever had to do it was when shit was really tight.
Also, I only let 2 litters per female.
This thread is for the discussion of tarantulas and other invertebrates.
Come here with your questions, your invert buddies, your hopes, and your dreams
So much for needing a day to harden up
You can fit a surprising amount of stuff in one room.
It takes longer the bigger they get but they generally know themselves when they're ready to eat again, so I just throw in food the day after the molt anyway. Keep feeding fruit flies btw, I've found that almost all mantids prefer to go for lots of smaller food rather than for big prey.
We're past bump limit, gonna need a new thread soon.
Pretty fast. My female went from .5 to 3.5 in a year.
I need some hivemind advice and help, please.
Friday night, my 10 year old cat was displaying signs of distress, didn't seem to want to stretch out, was very hesitant to walk, would cry out in pain if we tried to handle her. I also found bloody urine in her litterbox. My wife and I were very worried about internal bleeding, or some other horrible emergency. We took our cat to the 24 hour emergency vet. The vet on call ordered bloodwork, x-rays, and a UA on the cat. X-Ray came back clear, no problems with any bones/joints in her hind legs, no stones in the kidneys or bladder. Bloodwork came back normal as well. Cat was kept overnight for observation and to attempt to collect urine. Saturday, urine was collected, cat apparently showed positive for an active UTI. I was allowed to pick up my cat around 1pm and was told she was given a shot antibiotic that would last for 12 days in her system, given a shot pain medication, and sent home with 2 more days worth of pain meds. Today, 5am, I was woken up by the sound of my cat crying in pain. I got up and checked on her (we have a recovery area set up, small bed/blanket, food/water, litterpan nearby). Found a large puddle of urine under my desk, some blood in it still (hard to tell because it went into the carpet). Cat is very interested in her food/water, seems alert, but still appears to be in a lot of pain, still is not walking right(she will not stretch out to her full length, I'm assuming due to pain in the bladder region). This cat has never been sick, and I've never seen her in pain. I've never dealt with a UTI before, and I have no idea how long it's going to take for her to start feeling better. I feel awful for her, I'm worried, and I just want to know what else to do to help her. If she's not improved by tomorrow I'm taking her back in to her normal vet...
Ok, update. So the vet did give her an antibiotic, the tech just entered it wrong on the bill. She was given Covenia which is a "potent" antibiotic that should stay in her system for 12 days.
Problem is, she still doesn't want to walk, and really starts crying in pain if she stretches down her back legs very far. I don't know if this is due to the pain of her bladder, or what the story may be. She just peed in the little bed/towel and as far as I could tell I didn't see any blood in it, there was a decent amount of output. She only started the medication routine yesterday, don't you guys/gals agree that I should have seen some form of improvment by now? The Good: -Alert -Eating/Drinking -Still able to pass urine -Not seeing blood in most recent urination -X-Rays last night were clear for any injuries to the bones, no dislocations, no arthritis, no bladder or kidney stones, no fluid in the abdomen, no blockages in the intestinal tract. -Bloodwork was normal The Bad: -Still not moving -Seems to have extreme pain when extending her back legs, especially the back right one. Already checked for classic signs of saddle thrombosis, nothing seems to match that, she can move the legs, they are not cold at all, she just doesn't want to extend them.
My cat had a uti like this before, the vet gave us pain mess for him. While the infection itself could be clearing up that doesn't mean the pain is gone. The shot the 24 hour gave her has probably worn off,
Thought that doesn't mean don't take her to her normal vet. I'm glad to hear that she's eating and drinking though, that along with output is a very good thing.
Thank you, they gave us a pain shot for the initial day, and 2 more pills (one for today and one for tomorrow). She was awake and whimpering at 6am today so I caved and gave her today's pill around that time, I didn't want her to be hurting anymore.
I did read that Covenia can take up to 48 hours to really make a difference. I guess this is just the first major health "crisis" I've had with her in 10 years, so I'm really a wreck over it.
It's okay to feel like that as long as she's starting to act a little better in terms of eating/drinking and output. I was the same way when my cat had his uti, I thought he was going to die by the way he was howling.
Hopefully the pain meds help her today and the vet can provide more pain meds for her if needed. I hope she gets better and is back to normal in a couple weeks.
How's your cat op?
My cat just ripped open one of my acne medication pills (powder inside). I think she had some but I honestly dont know how far she went. I feel terrible because I forgot to take it and she went right after it ;_;
KEK, but she seems okay. She is in my arms now. But I saw some salvia drip from her mouth. Very little but eh
call the vet you fucking moron
But anon I dont want to. I have no money
she'll be fine, settle down my autistic friend
Do you mean acutane?