So is 'cute aggression' a real thing and do you experience, /an/? I can't find a reputable source on it, it's all buzzfeed articles but I'm curious.
>Cute aggression is a particularly strange phenomenon. When we see something so cute, or even think about it – like a baby kitten, stumbling across the floor – we first experience a tsunami of positivity, an overwhelming accumulation of fuzzy happiness. Then, somewhat perplexingly, this feeling sometimes coexists with the urge to squeeze the kitten to death. http://www.iflscience.com/editors-blog/why-you-want-squeeze-cute-things-death
I have to say, I do feel it. I am pretty normal and all, and I would of course never actually do any of it, but I do get that feeling sometimes. Like I will pet my dog and hold his paw, and then suddenly I will get this urge to squeeze his paw. Or I will look at a picture and think how pretty it is, and then I imagine getting a scissor and cutting it up. I know it's fucked up, but I have and would never actually do it. Surprised to see that it's actually a thing.
>Visit black friend's house >he just recently got a cat from an animal shelter >Very skittish >Notice something creepy as hell >Notice he sometimes slowly blinks at the cat >Sometimes the cat will do the same and come over
Some time during the Spring, right around April I think, my friend got two pet ducks out of nowhere. Her dad bought them from a local animal feed store. One died (thank god) and one continues to live in her garage. He sleeps on some kind of bed comforter, which mind you, is covered in duck shit and duck feathers and God knows what else. The entire garage floor is caked in layers of duck shit and duck disease. I don't know for a fat whether it's diseased but I'm sure it can't be good for you. Would someone care to weigh in on this? Is this animal abuse?... Comment too long. Click here to view the full text.
OP here, forgot to mention a couple things. >EVERYTHING is covered in shit. Everything that comes into contact with the ground at least. >The food my friend leaves out for the duck attracts mice >My friend likes to walk barefoot into the garage then back into the house, can I smack her or what?
I think you're overreacting. As far as the duck goes it doesn't get that much better than this for domestic fowl. And temperature, it's fine if it's in shelter.
For your friends sake that is gross but catching some weird duck disease is incredibly unlikely. Concerns of mice may be slightly more likely but you could just buy her a lidded canister for the food and fix that much.
Imagining you contact authorities then nothing better will happen. If it is an area where livestock animals aren't allowed they'll fine her, seize it, and kill... Comment too long. Click here to view the full text.
I just wanted to thank you posters and scum of the earth that have seen the inferno on /b/ and decided to create /an/.
You that lie out of death's grasp will keep lighting the way. You are about to witness the rise of a new god/goddess. I'm so happy to share with you guys and I can't wait to see what you will always procreate
Novato Couple Recount Terrifying Squirrel Attack December 4, 2015
NOVATO (CBS-SF) - The last thing Richard Williams expected when he started doing chores in the garage of his Novato home the day after Thanksgiving was that he would soon be in a life-and-death battle with a crazed squirrel.
The 87-year-old Williams said the squirrel that has been terrorizing the neighborhood slipped into the garage through an open door.
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Any reliable articles on torture breeding and the welfare of pugs/bulldogs/similar? I'm trying to write a paper about this shit, but I've only found a few reputable sources that I'd want to have under my belt while trying to prove a point. I know this definitely isn't the right place, but I know there's somebody on here who has too much free time and knows where I can find articles outside of blogspot.
>>2013290 Pedigree Exposed has linked some case studies and articles. You'll have to comb through the biased blog to find them. They recently did a whole month of looking through the pug's unhealthy structure.
Something else you should look into is reading up on what makes good structure in a dog, and then examining the breed standard itself! Breed-specific structural issues especially. Genetic diseases can be avoided, but things like short muzzles and excessive wrinkles are required and unhealthy.
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