hello /an/ a few months ago my cat ran away. She came back in may and shes finally 100% back mentally. Her fur was matted but its back and she finally survived and i just wanted to keep you posted as well as thank you for your help if any of your lads are here.
About two weeks ago there was a wasp which usually flew round my bench. Every so often it'd land and start scratching small lines of wood off of the bench. Fast forward two weeks and now there are three wasps which show up daily to scratch pieces of wood off my bench and carry it away to god knows where. I was wondering if /an/ knew why wasps do this. Are they just taking little bits of wood so they can stick together a nest or what? Pic is totally unrelated
>Are they just taking little bits of wood so they can stick together a nest or what? Yep, thats exactly what they're doing. Also don't worry, they aren't aggressive while they're out gathering materials like that.
Human products are not typically the same for animal products. They may have harmless additives for us but could be devastating for other animals. If the vet is a 1%, use a 1%. 4% may be too strong on a dog.
Just listen to the vet. Sometimes you can diy medication but if you are not familiar with it then its not worth the risk.
Is it really true that cats leave mice or whatever they catch in front of your door as a "gift"?
Because I have seen my cat leave something in front of my house multiple times, but when I open the door he quickly picks up his prey (he usually sits right in front of the door in the morning) and runs off.
My indoor cat has brought me mice. Once I as sitting on the floor sorting stuff, and she came over with something in her mouth. I told her to drop it and she dropped a mouse in my lap. I went to pick it up and it sprang back to life, and we spent a good 20 minutes chasing it.
Another time I had left a bowl next to my bed before I went to sleep. When a woke up, she had left a dead mouse in it.
So my gf sent me a picture of this spider that she found on the street and we where wondering if anyone knows what species it is? >we live in London >the spider is around 3cm long >it was batteling a giant ant aswell
I've read a lot of alarming stuff about how eating any amount of onion or garlic will totally obliterate a cat. But I've been around and had cats since I was born, and they've all consumed some amount of onion and the like without any visible ill effects, and lived long, healthy lives. The stuff I've found online ranges from "any onion will kill your cat on the spot" to "don't worry about it lol", but I haven't found any legitimate-looking sites with information on it, nor any actual scientific metabolic information on the supposed... Comment too long. Click here to view the full text.
>>2170531 I'm not an expert but I believe it's toxic to them. In small amounts they should be to handle it. Why are you feeding onions to cats though, op? I don't prefer cats either but I wouldn't actively poison them in any quantity.
>I think my kitty got bitten on the back of her neck >it got infected >big lump under skin >today it burst >puss everywhere, it was gross and smelled bad >i cleaned it up best i could with some warm water and paper towels
is she gonna be ok /an/? I don't want to pay for a vet
Hey /adv/ I have absolutely no idea what I'm doing with plants as I have never owned one before. I recently received a moon cactus that's in a pot from home depot. How the fuck do I care for this thing? When do I water it? I am keeping it in this pot.
Those grafted cacti are a pretty bad choice for a first cactus and are pretty much guaranteed to suffer slowly or die quickly. The only advice I could give would be to change the soil to a better draining and peat less kind and water infrequently during the growing season and not at all during the dormancy period which is winter for most cacti. Also they like a fair bit of light but not direct sunlight. If you're actually interested in cacti you'd be better off owning non mutant cacti which are far more rewarding and will last your entire lifetime.
Hi, I just want some opinions from the bird owners here. I want to adopt one or the other out of these two birds. Im a newbie to birds. But im a good pet owner.
>is one cheaper in the long run to care for? >which is more playful? >does one need more socialising than the other? I have a lot of free time, but somedays im at work for 12+hours >any huge personality or care differences between the two?
my green cheek is like a tiny dog with feathers mixed with a toddler... really affectionate, playful, cuddly, likes tons of attention, and extremely friendly (she'll jump on new people's shoulders and preen them), she does some funny shit so she's amusing to watch too + she's very closely bonded to both my s/o and i so she's not a one person bird... not in the least bit shy
her biggest issue is her stubborness, and she does need a lot of attention (though she's somewhat independent and it doesn't have to be constant), it's easy... Comment too long. Click here to view the full text.
i honestly can't say, cuz i've never done that... we've taken her with us for overnight trips and i'm never gone that long... usually a few hours at a time at most, and me going out longer than that tends to involve trips back home in between cuz if i go out without her it's just to chill and smoke weed or something otherwise she just comes with + i have 2 budgies who she gets along with so she has bird friends too so it's been extremely rare that she's ever been completely alone... Comment too long. Click here to view the full text.
Hey /an/. I just got new gerbils yesterday. Any tips on how to care for them? All they eat are corn and nothing else, they don't drink much, and they don't use the wheel at all. How do I know if they're dying or just being cute?
Hey guys, I have a question about my mom's dog, who I occasionally have to take care of.
Whenever my mom has me take care of her dog, he gets really bad separation anxiety and will try to run outside to chase after her car whenever she leaves, and will wait by the door for pretty much any chance to run outside, whenever I'm the one taking care of him.
He's usually a pretty obedient dog, and over time he's grown more accustomed to my commands, even when my mom is gone.
For example, if he runs outside to go after my mom, I'll call... Comment too long. Click here to view the full text.
>>2169736 Don't bother trying to eat seeds. Nothing happens. Leave roots in place, they come back annually but next year it will show up way earlier. Dead vines are a mess. Plant fiber will make you itch bad, wear gloves during the yearly cleanup.
I want to take some aquatic isopods with me from France to the US. They are Assellus Aquaticus and are native to the US. How do I take them through the airport. Also a family member was supposed to water my garlic while I was travelling and they didn't, and now they say I didn't tell them too, which I know is bullshit because they forget things all the time. and my garlic is dead.
jesus h christ what is wrong with you. don't smuggle vermin. double don't smuggle vermin you could get here, that's so fucking stupid. go buy some garlic at the store, it's real cheap and if you shop around a little can be better than whatever you were doing
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