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I am single and live on my own in my house, and I plan to adopt a cat soon. I want one that is comfortable without access to very many rooms(two rooms) and is not destructive(chewing on things or scratching things) and is affectionate(sleeps with me, sits on my desk or on my lap)
Any recommendations of what kind of cat I should adopt?
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An adult or elderly cat, not a kitten.
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>>2246094
I had this in mind, yes.
It is better to rescue an adult cat that might not get a home. Kittens are in high demand, cats are not.
But what kind?
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>>2246095
Not a "smart" cat, mean as that sounds. I had a Siamese mix girl, and she was super smart, but she snuck outside once and ever since then, she completely knocked me off my feet trying to get out again. She was destructive and never wanted to cuddle. The best bet for a cat, always, would be a standard shorthair cat from a shelter you trust to be honest about the cat's personality. Maybe a cat in a foster home, and one who is established to not like other cats so that they are not lonely.

Let's have an identification thread, shall we? Remember to include location! Needy OP will start.

>southern Wisconsin
>October, so possibly migratory

Anyone know what mystery bird is? This is the best pic I could get before they flew off.
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>>2246007
Phytolacca americana, or pokeweed.
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>>2246007

Looks like a waxwing
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Looking to get an ID on this shrub.

Location: New Zealand, lower North Island
Date: April (so autumn for us)

I'm mostly concerned about the berries on it, as one of my dogs was very interested in them and I had to stop him eating them several times.

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/an/
I'm planning to adopt two cats. Aged 5/6, neutered male buddies, front declawed, from owners who don't have the time any more.

I'm really darn excited, but I never have had a declawed cat before. What kind of litter box should I get them? And what are your cats' favorite things to play with/on-- is a cat tree worth it?
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>>2246005
Why?
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>>2246005
get a box for each, low rim. clump litter is good enough.
milk rings, rubber bands, nuts
cat may care less about a tree, may love it. your call
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>declawed
>"don't have time anymore" for fucking cats

cat owners confirmed for shit

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Do you agree with him, /an/?

https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=6ClQXwkkH8A
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it's kind of moot because poisonous is subjective
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This guy is either fucking retarded or a troll.

>wew lad these trained professionals couldnt give me an answer about basic evolutionary principles.
>im totally not lying to make myself sound smarter xddd
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Maybe every living thing on earth is poisonous, but we're all just adapted to eat each other for the most part.

Thats exactly what would happen if all plants were poisonous.

I want a dog, but live in an apartment complex with horseshit breed restrictions. Weight limit is 100lbs, and there's plenty of places to walk, even a big open field to run around in. Anyone have any recommendations that's not on the list? I don't like small or dumb dogs. I'm considering a border collie, Australian shepherd/or cattle dog. Not really keen on labs.

Chow

Dogo Argentina

Rottweiler

Presa Canario

Doberman Pincher

American Bulldog

German Shepard

Cane Corso

Malamute

Presa Mallorquin

Akita

Wolf...
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You cant go wrong with a border or a rough collie
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All the breeds you're after are awesome but don't underestimate they're all highly intelligent and very high energy. If you're not already very active yourself you might want to look elsewhere.

That being said, you might also be interested in English or Australian shepherds as they're fairly similar to the breeds you mentioned.
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>>2245890
I'd recommend a Fila Brasiliero, a Dogo Argentino and a wolf hybrid, get all three, they'll play together. And don't get a fucking pitbull you goddamn idiot. I thought more than enough has been said, shitbulls are fucking monsters, they'll eat you and your kids.

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Good day everyone,
Pets and animals doing human things. Such people activities like:

Sitting at a table.
Pretending to talk on a phone.
Wearing human clothes.
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When I was a kid I owned a pacman frog or south american horned frog. He was awesome, had him for years. Later I also briefly had 2 anoles and an iguana but this was all before I turned 16. Its been a decade since I had a similar pet and I have an aquarium set up and waiting, just trying to decide what reptile/amphibian to go with, ya know?

I have spent part of my life delving into mysticism, meditation, and occult practices and thats how I heard about the Colorado River toad.

Pet stores rarely have them and their population is decreasing. I wanted to get one now...
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>>2245792
If you're into the occult, I'm surprised you're not going for poison dart frogs.
Or maybe some newts (like every recipe uses eye of newt).
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>>2245812

I've been reading Eye of Newt and Toe of Frog, Adder's Fork and Lizard's Leg - The Lore and Mythology of Amphibians and Reptiles by author Crump Marty.

Its really great, tons of lore and legend I'd never heard before even in other books.

The Colorado River toad though, it secretes a substance that alters your state of mind directly. It can be used during rituals to strengthen the trance or self-hypnosis required to program your subconscious with the intent of the ritual.
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>>2245792
it's against the law to sell, own or export.

literally anyone you get one from is a poaching smuggler.

yes, I have seen them.

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What would it take physiologically for an animal to be able to breathe in an atmosphere flooded with asbestos without getting it's lungs McFucked up?
I want to design a creature that can do that in a way that makes biological sense not just 'because magic i dunno lol'.
What kinds of existing animals could I study that can breathe in really shitty air conditions?
So far I can think of camels in sandstorms and that's it.
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>>2245696
I think something like a mechanical filter or anything avoidance based would not work, this needs something actively dealing with the problem at a cellular level.

One thing that I can think of that wouldn't be too far fetched is macrophages patrolling the lung that actively take up the asbestos fibers and wander to the respiratory epithelium epithelium once they are "full" to be dumped out via mucus, so your creature would be constantly coughing up or leaking asbestos slime.

This isn't...
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>>2245705

holy fuck.
drooling asbestos slime. That sounds wonderfully horrifying. Where could I read more about this? Should I just get cracking on a wikipedia article about how lungs work in general?
Asbestos particles are smaller than macrophages? Hot damn
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>>2245705
>>2245805

Galapagos marine iguanas do this with salt they consume while foraging in the surf for seaweed.

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Hey everyone, our family turtle is dying an I'm trying to get it to eat, but it won't. If it doesn't eat it will probably die soon. Need your advice on it.
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take a picture of it's enclosure.
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>>2245529
If it's not diseased, then make soup. You've hit a rare opportunity on your hands anon, don't waste it.
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>>2245550
lol, took me a while to realise you weren't talking about making soup for the turtle

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sup /herp/,

I want a giant ass lizard, what's a good giant ass lizard that won't try to eat me and is hardy in care?

I know Green iguanas aren't for beginners since they are pretty sensitive.
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Depends, how much space do you have and what is your budget?
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>>2245490
>how much space do you have

About 2 meters or 6,5 feet in all directions

>what is your budget?

Just for the lizard? 200€ I guess.
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>>2245495
>>2245492

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What are you dressing your pet up as for Halloween?
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>>2245486
I don't know. Any ideas?
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>>2245486
a corpse ;-;
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Can someone tell me what animal this is?

It looks beautiful. I saw it on the Planet Earth trailer.
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>>2245390
I think it's a serval, I vaguely remember seeing the trailer and thinking "aw, servals" and my want for a savannah cat being renewed
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>>2245392
Spot on. (Pun maybe intended). It's a serval.
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I don't think this is a recluse, but can any arachnophiles confirm? Generally don't bother outside spiders, but can someone tell me what this is?

SW United States by the way.
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wolf spider, it's harmless

jk brown recluse
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>>2245383
Seriously? Don't see a violin.
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>>2245387
wolf spider. They can get big. Go outside and look real hard in your grass. You will find them all over.

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Be me
18th birthday
Live on countryside
Plenty of farms and ranches
Me and 3 friends wanna go Cow Tipping
Friend one sneaks up to about 10 foot away from cow
Runs full speed and knocks it over
We laugh
Friend two does same thing except dives shoulder first into cow, dislocates shoulder
We laugh
Friend three walks calmly up to third cow
Starts petting it's face
Grabs it by the face, screams a blood-curdling scream and snaps the neck of the cow
Friend 3 takes out machete that we didn't know he had and cuts off the cow's head
He...
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>>2245361
>Friend one sneaks up to about 10 foot away from cow
>Runs full speed and knocks it over
uh-huh. Sure.
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Someone explain cow-tipping to me. Is it some sort of American urban legend, or do people genuinely go out in the middle of the night and try to get cows to fall over?

They do know that cows can get back up again, right? And that they can kick and trample and may or may not have horns just right for goring depending on local farming practice.

Like someone explain this one to me.

>I'm not American so I have no idea what cow-tipping really is and if it's even real
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>Be OP
>Be a faggot that can't greentext
>Mfw

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Catto thread?
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>>>2243547

Your toxoplasmosis is acting up.
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>>2245378
hehehehhehehe
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to: OP
gif related
from: catz

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They just started making noise last night I've had them for months
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>>2245333
I've also grown more creepier in the past weeks
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>>2245336
They've *
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dude you really need to get them a tank.

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I'm thinking about buying a townhouse with a backyard like (pic related) specifically so that I can get a dog. Is this enough space for a medium-to-large sized dog? I'm not picky about the breed, I will likely rescue a mutt from the shelter. I work a 9-5 but don't socialize much, so I would spend my free time taking the dog out to the park and stuff.
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You can have a medium to large breed dog in an apartment without a yard. You'd just need to walk it minimum of twice daily, some individual dogs need more, and mentally and physically stimulate the dog enough so it won't destroy your house.

If you are asking if that yard will provide enough mental and physical stimulation to not have to walk or work with the dog, no it will not. That yard is good for a little bit of play, and shitting, and that's about it.
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>>2245316
This. Daily walks don't become optional just because you have a yard, unless you are a ruralfag with acres for the dog to run free on.
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>>2245316
>>2245328

I would never not take the dog for walks, my plan is to take it once early in the morning, again in the evening, and possibly even hire a dog walker to stop by during the day when I work. With outings to the woods on weekends. I want the yard so that my dog can at least go outside whenever it wants, even it isn't a lot of space.

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what breed of dog this is?
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sit bull
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Looks to be a brown recluse / labrador cross to me.
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>>2245240
Worthless shit bull.

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I need help with my rescue dog. He is satanic on walks, and I need a way to exhaust him before taking him on walks so he is more chill and collected. But he doesn't want to do anything.

>Try to play fetch
>Chases the ball down once. Gets it. Runs away to chew on the ball. Take the ball. He stops caring and sniffs.
>Try to play flirt pole
>Catches it once. Chews on it. Get him to drop it with a treat. Try to play again, doesn't care.

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Why did you get a dog if you don't know how to handle one?
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>>2245155
not everyone grows up with a dog. at least he rescued one instead of insisting on a shiba puppy as his first dog like some of the assholes here.
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have him run on a leash while you ride your bike, you won't exhaust yourself that way.

don't go too fast.

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Redpill me on hedgehogs, /an/. Are they worth the price and the short lifespan?
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They don't like you
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>>2245111
Love them and they will be worth the price.
.-.
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>>2245119
Pretty much this.

Also, they cost quite a lot to begin with (price of hedgehog, habitat, accessories, food, first vet visits) but if they're relatively healthy then in the long run they're pretty low maintenance. I spend about two dollars on new mealworms every few weeks, a dollar on baby food every week, and $20 on new cat food every 3 months. They're on fleece so there's no continual cost of bedding. Mine are pretty healthy, so no crazy vet bills, just the occasional check up. I MIGHT...
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Is it just me or are cows adorable?

I want to hug each and every one I see [spoiler] before dining on their flesh and drinking their titty juices. [/spoiler]
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>>2244644
youre a piece of shit and i hope you die a slow and painful death
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>>2244644
>(((holstein)))
nice try, Bovine Internet Defense Force
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>>2244644
Cows are livestock and historically a highly desirable animal like horses and dogs. If you have a few cows, a dog, and a horse you're set to raise a whole family. Milk is very high in protein, a new born calf is very valuable, and a cow is an asset.

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Are they psychoactive maybe?
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no.
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only one way to find out
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>>2244379
Fo sho. Trip balls and take pics.

What you guys think of my pupper ?
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>>2243880
Looks sad tbhf
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>>2243880

Adopted or from breeder? They're cute af.
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>>2243880
My pupper.

Son of a bitch swallowed a peach stone recently. Cost £1500 to get him sorted. Dumbass.

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Oddball Fish Edition

Continued from: >>2240337

Discuss anything aquarium related here, including inhabitants, decor and issues.

Google is your friend.
Feel free to ask questions but know that there are a lot of resources out there that could answer your question a lot faster and accurately than /an/.

Make sure to include these things in your post before asking because we can't help you if we don't have the full picture:
-tank size
-parameters
-any and all inhabitants...
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>>2243771
first
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Anyone know where I can get live edible algae plants? I mean I know some aquarium algae is edible but I want to get stuff like a small kelp species
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>>2243781
You can have some of the algae in my tank, I can figure out how to get rid of the stuff!

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What kind of plants are these? I found them growing along the walls of a damp gully.
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>>2243693
Marchantia (liverwort)
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>>2243693
liverwort
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>>2245670
no shit sherlock. hint: >>2243869

>Walking around outside
>See this

Wat do?
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num nums and cuddlie wuddies
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>>2243600
Who's the MC?
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>>2243600
>grab full auto ak
>unload my 75 round barrel mag

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Squirrels, /an/.

Let's face it - Everyone loves them (except for maybe bird-lovers whose feeders keep getting pilfered).

Why haven't we tried to domesticate them yet?

They seem incredibly intelligent for rodents, at least rat-tier. They're certainly not endangered, they're native to almost every temperate climate on Earth, and from what I know, they don't harbor any human-transmittable diseases or post any threat to us or other species.

Some Grey Squirrels can grow to be almost as big as a small cat. And speaking of cats, there have been cases of domesticated mother cats "adopting" young squirrels, nursing them and everything, which then grow to behave much like cats, even so far as purring when a cat would.

Would it be a viable option to use surrogate cat mothers to breed a species of domesticated squirrels? It may even lead to more "low-energy" squirrels that don't need to constantly burn energy and fly all other place when they're not busy.
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There's a squirrel I call fatso who meets me outside every morning and when I get home from work. I give him some acorns and walnuts. He's very fat. I will miss him when he dies.
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for the same reason sugar gliders are shit pets.
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because they are mean, and usually don't take kindly to humans directly.

>they don't harbor any human-transmittable diseases or post any threat to us or other species
literally not true

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I'm pretty sure my two kittens are in heat or on the verge. Actually I'm not 100% sure, but the one keeps raising her ass up toward me when I pet her, which is weird. Plus they're almost six months old. I haven't witnessed them spraying, but they're very nocturnal and get into all manner of shit while I'm asleep, so who knows. They do seem to be a bit more affectionate than they usually are, but I can't be sure that's just not them becoming more social. Whatever the case, they seem old enough to be spayed.

The vet quoted me ~$500/cat...
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>I haven't witnessed them spraying
if you can't smell whether they've sprayed your house must fucking reek.

get yourself together.
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fuck ups happen at every price point. all my spay/neuters have been low cost- I'd never spend more than $100 on first year shots and the surgery.

keep in mind the low cost places do tons of these every single day.
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>>2243366
I've never had kittens so I don't know what it smells like one way or the other.

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This is Smudge, my new 10 week old Cav

He's a little bit special, but I love him regardless.
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>>2243233
How do you feel knowing your dog will probably die of heart disease soon?
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>>2243233
>dozens of puppers and this faggot had to choose me
>oh great, he's pointing his rectangle at me again
>why does he make retarded noises to get my attention
>just leave pls
>I'm going to throw up in your shoes
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>>2243240
Doggo already has done the latter LOL

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My faggot cat only eats shit kibble. I have spent lots of money trying to get her healthy, high-end cat food for senior cats and she won't touch it. If I give her wet food she eats the gravy and leaves the rest. She won't even eat actual meat. She likes cheese and shit kibble filled with grains which I know cats don't need.

What the fuck why
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Have you introduced the new foods correctly cats are fuzzy you cant just serve them a whole plate u gotta do it slowly also when it comes to wet food they might not like d texture
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>>2243022
How? Mix the foods?

She sat in front of a full bowl of good stuff all day meowing that she wanted to be fed and I ended up having to go out and buy shit kibble.
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dont fill up the food bowl. let the fucker go hungry for a bit and then put out wet food


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