>>2035345 Oh yeah I forgot to mention there's not vet near me that does mice especially they are feeder mice but they broke the record of longest lasting, its been over a year theyve been going
the story behind how this happened, because i noticed when it did, was when it was super cold up here and the heater fucked up and they couldn't get some heat so they got super lethargic and it wasn't a pretty sight, i went to go get a portable heater and it allowed them to "come back to life" since then the mother (the other 2 are daughters) has been just stressed out and always grooming only one daughter to the point of baldness
>>2035685 It's not uncommon for feeder mice to live over 1 year.
At this point it sounds like OCD caused by something that was irritating her. Basically what happens is, mouse needs to itch. for sake of conversation we will say she had an allergy to something. She itches contentiously. You fix the problem, whether you meant to or not, or it goes away or the mouse built a tolerance. But now, the scratching is a habit. She does it just out of habit now, even if she is no longer allergic and no longer itchy. It's... Comment too long. Click here to view the full text.
4chan, I'm so sad. My three and a half year old cat is dying from liver failure I can't afford to treat, but I can't afford to have him euthanized, either. I understand the ASPCA offers discounted euthanasia services, but the idea of taking him someplace like that to die just rips out my heart.
You guys, please help me. Is there anything I can do, anything I can give him, to give him a painless and comfortable death? I've been trying to research but the only thing I can find people talking about is Tylenol, which seems like an inhumane and painful death.
Fuck, why is this happening? It hurts so bad, /an/. Benedict is the most wonderful animal I've ever owned, I love him so much. And he's just so young. Fuck, oh Christ.
If the liver failure is treatable there is a chance that if you give your cat to a shelter, they will give it the medication it needs then adopt it out to someone who knows and can afford the meds. Where I worked people, especially old people, LOVED adopting cats with medical problems. "They have to take their pills, just like me" or "poor thing, let me give you a good life."
If the only choice is death with you, wouldn't it be better to give your cat a chance, however slim, by bringing it to a shelter
Ask your local shelter what they need. Some even accept old clothes or handmade dog beds, but shelters typically have some sort of 'wish list' of things they need the most. Also ask about what they won't accept.
In our shelter most usefull donations are by order:
1-Dry Food 2-Food Cans 3-Lesmania Medication 4-Actual money to buy more expensive things that are not obtainable with donations (f.e a clothes washing machine), medicines, vets, mandatory shots, chip and sterilisation of our cats and dogs. 5-Old Clothes and towels and cat beds (dogs love to destroy that stuf whrn playing together, and most cats hate to share) 6-Toys for cats and dogs. 7-Anything is welcome.
Also some vets donate their time and do shots, visits and sterilisations for free. We... Comment too long. Click here to view the full text.
I've spent too much money buying cannabis from others. I really just want to be able to grow the stuff by myself.
- how illegal is it to grow cannabis? - how do I not get caught / get away with it? - how many cannabis plants would I have to grow in order to smoke at least once a week for a year? - how much would it cost to maintain these plants? would I have to raise new saplings every year?
You're better off just buying it if legality is a real worry to you. If you're caught growing, you're most likely be charged with not only possession, but intention to sell. Weed laws vary so much, and so do the judges so you're better off with getting a misdemeanor than a felony.
So, my cat usually enjoys getting on top of the tub while I'm showering and drinking/playing with the showerhead. I usually let her.
Today she jumped inside my tub, so I kept her out of the soap as much as I could and played with her, then gently scrubbed her with a towel. She wasn't drenched or anything so she got dry pretty quickly.
My question is is this bad for her health? Should I keep her out of the bathroom in the future? She really enjoyed it so I doubt I can stop her from doing that if she's there.
Are you trying to kill your cat with dihydrogen monoxide?
But no seriously, your cat's probably okay, you did the right thing, don't shampoo the cat cause the cat will lick it out. On the plus side if the cat likes it this means that you have a safe way to bathe your cat if it gets into something terrible
Okay so basically I got a kitten about 2weeks ago, she is 7 or 8 weeks old now. (Pic related) The first day I got her she was quite timid as expected, hiding from me and such so I slowly introduced her to the whole house over the following week. I've been socialising her lots and trying to have friends play and cuddle with her while they're over and she has opened up a lot.
So the problem I've been having is that sometimes she lashes out and starts biting me whilst making 'woofing' noises like a sharp exhale out her mouth. When she starts... Comment too long. Click here to view the full text.
So I'm not an expert, BUT, this is what I used to do with kittens over three months old (cause I feel like anything younger is a little silly to try and teach yet).
When my kitten would bite too hard, I would try to startle him with a sharp 'hey!'. If that didn't work, I would then scruff him-not hard! Just enough to get him to stop what he was doing, then let go. If THAT didn't work, then I would use a squirt bottle (that you always have with you at this stage because kittens are crazy and like to jump on dangerous stoves and woodstoves) and... Comment too long. Click here to view the full text.
>>2035146 For #1: Avoid; Beagles, basset hounds, Jack r. terrier, keeshond, maltese, basically most terriers and hounds and toy breeds. Research on google, top quiet breeds. That's the reason I got a Shiba Inu.
For #2: You really just need to socialize the dog very well by taking it to those kinds of places OFTEN. Socialize that little shitter from day one as much as possible, then it'll be smooth sailing. I'd recommend getting a lab as they are very friendly, or a goldie. I wouldn't... Comment too long. Click here to view the full text.
>>2035146 Once you've decided on a breed, you can use this: (For US) http://marketplace.akc.org/puppies or (For CAD) http://www.ckc.ca/Choosing-a-Dog/PuppyList/Default.aspx To search for reputable breeders. These kennel club sites can also help you learn more about breeds you are interested in and you can pick your ideal. for example; An apartment dog would ideally be a smaller breed so it doesn't feel enclosed in a tighter space than a large breed would. Having a small dog also means less food to feed, so you'd save money. And also means you don't have to go on hour long runs just to get their appropriate amount of energy. So let's say, by using this reliable link: http://www.ckc.ca/en/Choosing-a-Dog/Choosing-a-Breed/All-Dogs and we choose an American Eskimo (miniature) Very trainable, though they need exercise, not sure if that'll be another problem. Requires a lot of grooming But they are very lovable and loving dogs. So they'd be easy to socialize.
>>2035146 >1. that I will get a very noisy dog that upsets the other tenants in my building I was lucky enough to end up with a dog that just plain doesn't bark much, but he was just a babby when I got him, so I just left a note on my door saying, "I got a new puppy and we are working on crate-training. I work from x-to-x but my hours are flexible; if he's making any noise and it's totally unbearable, please call [my number] and I will be home ASAP. Thanks!" I never got... Comment too long. Click here to view the full text.
Hey /an/. I have an mystery regarding my ball python I was wondering if you guys could help me out with. Basically I set up 2 different hidey homes for him, one with a heat pad set at 88 degrees Fahrenheit and one without a heat pad. I figured he wouldn't have to choose between security and the ideal temperature. Yet, even though the room is relatively cool he seems to prefer the home without the heat blanket. In fact, he seemed a bit cool to the touch when I picked him up from the cool home this morning. Does he not realize the other home is warmer? Is there some other... Comment too long. Click here to view the full text.
My ball python had been digging her head into the corner of my bedroom for the past 30 minutes. I've had her for about 6 months now and she's let out pretty much anytime she wants but today is the first time I've seen her do this. Her nose looks red and i'm unsure if it's because of her smashing it against the wall or she's smashing it because something is wrong with her. Advice?
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