>>2095675 They're the only "bears" that willing smother, kill or willingly neglect their offspring. As far as we should be concerned, nature should be allowed to take its course in regards to the panda. If they're too stupid to mate, then that's natty sells at work.
I have a muted calico cat, who is 6 years old. She has never been sick before, but is really ill right now. She recently killed a mouse, I'm not sure if the mouse had anything to do with these problems, but there is something serious wrong with her. I have an appointment for the vet but can't get her in for a week.
Symptoms >loss of appetite >loss of weight >appears to be sweating
>Any ideas on what could cause this? Thanks. Being honest, brace yourself for the possibility of putting your cat down. Loss of appetite and loss of weight are pretty much two awful indicators in any animal.
>>2095501 And so the "lol I found a baby rabbit/bird in my yard and put it in a box, what do?" threads begin
Wild rabbits are notorious for being one of the least survivable animals to raise in captivity. You being there stresses them out majorly, especially with that one being as old as it is. You'll just kill it by trying to keep it.
Judging from the looks of it, it's old enough to have left its mother an gone out on its own, or at least old enough to not need its mother's milk. Just... Comment too long. Click here to view the full text.
>>2095504 Well I live in the middle of nowhereish. I get what you're saying. I'll probs do that.. But it worries me cuz there's just way too much coyotes where we live and I got cats and dogs all over the yard. And hotside my property is just open desert. Idk where she/he would go
Its a lengthly question, I need to give a bit of background before I ask.
I've had many cats in my lifetime, my step mother is a legit cat lady so I've seen the good ones and bad ones, but my new cat I got for myself and my girlfriend has behaviour I never experienced.
The cat was born in October, a stranger posted a litter of strays to give away, I got one for my girlfriend in December. The cat was never handled and very hand shy, but she warmed up to people very quick.
The problem, randomly when your petting the cat, or not petting her at... Comment too long. Click here to view the full text.
These dags are idiots. People literally tame full on wild cats, so don't put your kitty down. Make sure she has lots of places in the house to hide and also a litter box in a few places. Play with her more with toys to lower her energy. Never play with your hands cuz it'll encourage her biting. Don't let her attack you - use the spray bottle or just pin her still when she does. Don't hit her or hurt her but make attacking you a negative thing. Even just yell really loud when she does and she'll probably bolt. If it's still an issue you might wanna... Comment too long. Click here to view the full text.
>waiting to take a bus home >browsing my phone to pass the time >notice a small spider crawling up the sleeve of my jacket >I watch as it crawls to my shoulder >suddenly stops moving >then scurries fast as fuck to the inside of the hood of my jacket >I try to get rid of it by placing my finger in front of it >nope.jpg Comment too long. Click here to view the full text.
>>2094816 >wear yellow polo shirt often because i rock yellow >yellow crab spider takes up residence under the collar because yellow polo = dandelion why not. >no matter how many washes it goes through he just keeps trucking >in class >someone smacks my back hey man you had a spider on you the same color as your shirt! >th-thanks spider... Comment too long. Click here to view the full text.
I have an issue with my rotty. Shes the youngest of my 5 dogs and is the most outwardly dominant. One of our dogs who is also the oldest female is losing weight and i think the rotty could be responsible. could anyone give any advice to rectify this? we have a male but he doesnt seem outwardly dominant. the rotty claims all the food as hers and im afraid of her eating herself to death.
>>2094034 feed them separately? it might seem like more work but if you give a shit about your dogs it's probably worth it. if you feed her alone and she's rejecting it, or eats and is still losing weight, she might be sick. it's probably worth it to just take her to the vet before doing that just to rule it out.
Okay, /an/, give me all your pics of foxes doing cute things. Note: this is for foxes DOING cute things, not just foxes BEING cute. So just a picture of a fox doesn't belong here, unless it's actively doing something cute.
>>2085726 They were most likely almost as intelligent as us and intelligent animals are Far more predictable when it comes to behavior than the unintelligent ones. Practice made a perfect technique they figured out using their weakness as herd animals. We used to be extremely in touch with animal behavior and use it to our Advantage
Mustelidae threads must not die /an/. For those who don't know
For those who don't know what a Mustelidae is, they are known commonly as the Weasel family, but include animals such as otters, honey badgers, wolverines, and of course ferrets. https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Mustelidae
Also, if anyone knows of any documentaries focusing on mustelidae, share that info. There's a couple good ones on YouTube. One is "Raising Sancho" about an orphan giant otter, and another is called the Otters of Yellowstone, which follows a family of otters for a year at Yellowstone.
There's also a good one on Netflix about honeybadgers, but I can't remember what it's called.
These aren't documentaries, but these YouTube channels specialize in otters.
>Japanese dude with two pet Asian small clawed otters https://www.youtube.com/channel/UCoEPrNozmzUU1Uwuq8UGFuA
>Japanese aquarium that posts a good deal of videos of their Asian small clawed otters, as well as a few their sea otter. https://www.youtube.com/channel/UCZReVjLno1RDp27Km5ZyOBA
>Different Japanese aquarium that post videos of their two African clawless otters and their Asian small clawed otters. This one might end up making you feel bad though, because the enclosures are not very big and don't look very comfortable. I hope they get taken out for walks and such like the otters in the above channel do. https://www.youtube.com/user/TheFutamiseaparadise
>Some chick from the Philippines who post videos with English subtitles about the orphan Asian otters she raises. Also has videos of Pangolins. https://www.youtube.com/user/webdiva888
>A shop in Japan that has two Asian otters. https://www.youtube.com/channel/UCejRMnKrtAISomV2nbzU9MQ
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