Buy kitten formula and a nursing bottle. Had to do this two weeks ago and the kitten managed to survive the night after feeding it a little bit of the formula every 30 mins-1 hr. Now he is fatter than his sibling.
Shower when you get home, vacuum/mop floors and wash your sheets for around a week. Keep a cup of water with soap somewhere around that way if you see one, catch it with your index finger and thumb and submerge your hand to drown it.
>>2164436 Everything you wear into a garbage bag before you even get in the car. It may be embarrassing, but it'll be over before you know it. Put the clothes into the dryer. Wash yourself when you get home
Not trying to sound like an edgelord here, and I genuinely am the first person to hate people who say things like this. Does anyone else literally not give a shit about other people but get upset if something happens an animal ? For example I honestly could not care less if migrant children drown in hundreds or get bombed in their own countries. On the other hand I see shit like this and I feel sick http://www.belfasttelegraph.co.uk/news/northern-ireland/community-appalled-as-callous-driver-mows-down-baby-swans-in-co-fermanagh-34868375.html
>>2164393 I'm with this anon. There is a certain level of care between species but if things can be enforced justly, would prefer it. Alot of the authorities like the black and white-tiered attitude though because anything animal involved is legally lowest priority outside of emergencies (like evacuations since many people refuse to leave their animals when told to evacuate, so its now in plans to help animals evacuate as well).
>>2164387 It's easy to understand that. But I'm not going to write an essay about it. I would say it's down to innocence, necessity and evil (selfishness). When something happens where innocents die by selfish action completely unnecessarily, it hits you hard. I'm not saying that migrant drowing is necessary, but it's easy to see why that happens. They hop on a shitty boat and pray that it doesn't sink. I'm sorry guys but that is not upon God if a boat has a hole in it. Nevermind that the political... Comment too long. Click here to view the full text.
Sup /an/ Got a Mexican Red Knee a few days ago. But coming home from work i saw all this white stuff in my cricket place. (Pic Related) They seem to be avoiding it so it doesn't look to healthy.. What do? Also, can I still feed em to my baby red knee?
Some type of fungus, ive gotten similar stuff too dont know what its called, i think it grows best in humidity , i wouldnt feed those crickets to the tarantula just to be safe, Yours is cute btw where did you get it and how much?
Is the anon on here who keeps crested porcupines still around?
Debating getting one in the future and have read some zoo husbandry guides and shit, but I had a couple questions none of that stuff answered.
I remember the videos you has some young ones inside. Can you do the same with an adult? I mean obviously not all the time like a dog because i'm sure they'd chew the shit out of everything, but just on the level of getting home and letting it out while you're around.
Also how safe is a properly hand raised adult? The zoo manuals kept talking... Comment too long. Click here to view the full text.
This is stupid as fuck, get a proper pet. This is something that can injure you very badly extremely easily just by accident. It lives in fucking Africa where it has to deal with huge predators all the time, they are not chill at all. An american porcupine would be better but even then it's crazy.
>>2164228 Actually you are more likely to get hurt by an American porcupine. Not talking about range or anything, but it takes little to no effort to get stabbed with American porcupine quills. They are sharper, barbed and easily released. Having one in your house would be a nightmare you'd probably sit on a bunch of quills if it had been on your couch.
Crested porcupine quills are much thicker and unless you're especially retarded or purposely pissing it off then youre most likely to be fine other than a couple... Comment too long. Click here to view the full text.
Has anyone ever thought of keeping their pet's skull? I've had thoughts of properly preparing the skull and putting it into a respectful display like pic related. I feel it's less creepy and space-saving than taxidermy and more identifiable than a box of ash.
And yes OP I have two of my dog skulls, some rat skulls and a cockatiel skeleton. I've skinned and mounted things before so you could say I was used to it at that point. Sure I'm sad my pet died but at that point they are dead and that's it. What I loved about them is gone. I'd mount up my current old dog but I adopted her from a young woman who couldn't keep her anymore and while as far as concerned she has no say in it, but I'd feel... Comment too long. Click here to view the full text.
>>2164112 Do you live in the United States? 2 options A. shoot them with any .22 caliber rifle or air rifle. B. Get a cage trap and put eggs and peanut butter in it to trap them. Then either call a removal service or shoot them. After doing A or B, if you have continual problems with coons, place golf balls on top of mounds of gravel. Any time they move, rebait your traps and remove Coonbab.
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