Feel free to minimize this stupid thread. It's gonna be pointless and long.
So I'm in search of a dog, right? But I'm going on vacation for the next two weeks, so it's a bad idea to bring any new dog with me that I don't know and can't leave at the home of the peeps I'm staying with because idk what the fuck he'd do plus they have a dog plus we're already bringing the bf's dog.
So my only option here is to wait two weeks, right? And I found this piece of shit (I say this lovingly) two days ago on the day he... Comment too long. Click here to view the full text.
Both agreed to keep in touch for the next two weeks. Tarzan's adopter is looking to see if he can get his girlfriend to take him til I can get him. Gizmo is just str8 up up for adoption or foster, no hold on him.
>>2031855 i live in switzerland. i know a place very near where a lot of ravens live. i have an apartment, but i wouldn't want to lock him in or something. i live near enought that place that he would find home easily. i just want to find one that comes to me freely when he feels like it...
Hey /an/ I'm going to the shelter tomorrow and I might end up bring home a cat if we find one the family agrees on.
Two questions I can't find answers too.
Is there a way to influence a kittens personality as it gets older? My fiance really wants a cuddly cat since his cat was put down a few months ago. Our current cat loves being around people but hates being held. He loved being held as a kitten but became more and more distant as he grew up (which was the opposite of the cat that was put down, who was a feral kitten who grew into a cat that always... Comment too long. Click here to view the full text.
>>2031846 Why not get an adult cat? Kittens are cute but a pain in the ass, and you won't know what its personality will be like when it grows up. Generally just try to pick the most out going, friendly kitten, and play and socialize with it as much as possible if you want it to be friendly and comfortable around people. Like with your current cat though, there's no way to tell how it ill grow up to be. Kittens are a gamble like human children, sometimes even with the best parenting they grow up to be dicks. Best to check out grown cats that are allready fully mentally developed, so you know reasonably well what you're getting. Tell staff what it is you're looking for in a pet and they'll do your best to match you with an animal that best fits what you're looking for.
>>2031846 You can't be sure with a kitten, not for (some people say) up to 2 years, although in my experience just one year has been enough.
Spend time with the adult cats instead. You'll have a much better idea of their temperament, and you can easily ask the people at the shelter about how vocal they are.
And I will say, cuddly cats just tend to be noisier in my opinion. My buddy has to nap with me all the time, he loves lap time and cuddling when I just wake up in the morning, but he's one whiny... Comment too long. Click here to view the full text.
>>2031891 >>2031982 Thanks guys. Just got back from the shelter. There weren't very many cats there, surprisingly. There was one cat we liked but it can't be housed with other cats so we didn't get it.
I suppose we'll go back next week and see if any new cats are up for adoption.
Animals you'd love to keep as a pet but are impractical/impossible for whatever reason?
I love Armadillos and similar little armored mammals but I'm pretty sure it would be impossible for me to get one outside of the Americas. I'm planning on looking into a couple of Hedgehogs at some point instead since they are relevent to my interests and way easier to get/keep.
What animal would you like to have around if getting, keeping or domesticating wasn't an issue?
>>2031721 I'm aware, but it's far less of an issue with any raised in captivity for a few generations, same with the leprosy thing. Regardless, it's about animals you'd keep if it were more practical for yourself to
Why do you think she used to be a service dog, first off? Because of her separation anxiety? Then no. A trained service dog would not have that anxiety. Service dogs are extensively trained to handle stressful situations, act calm and appropriate.
I liked the one about the macaques in India but I'm at least 90% of the narrated 'love triangles' n shit in it was made up for drama. Still, it was a fun watch. I never cared for Meerkat Manor much but it was a blast seeing the shitstorm when Flower died.
So a couple of days ago i found some unwanted pets. Currently have 5 of them in a container (used to be 8 but 3 died; 2 didn't tolerate the radiator heat and the other drowned in lemon juice). Anyway, how do i stop them from spreading to other rooms? Im thinking of putting sticky traps around the entire door but i was wondering if there was an easier way. Perhaps something that would deter them from approaching the other rooms to begin with.
Steam clean EVERYTHING, temperatures above 140F/60C kills all stages make sure to move quick and do all nooks and crannies. And they still might come back. Or just don't bother, burn the fucker down and rebuild.
I got a leopard gecko from someone who neglected the fuck out of it. There was a dead one in the cage with the barely living one. I gave the barley living lizard water and hes moving and stuff but hes still skinny as fuck and I wanted to feed him but all the pet stores are closed. Is there anything I can give him that isn't live insects ? just to hold him over? guy said he hasn't eaten in like months hes super skinny
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