>>2004905 You want a sedimentary rock. I'd go with sandstone for a first-time rock owner, it's really laid-back and easy to train. Stay away from igneous rocks, especially obsidian. Obsidian is so high-strung, it might as well be a goddamn mineral. Definitely not for a first-time rock owner.
My cat just got diagnosed with kidney failure. He's been on IV fluids the last 30 or so hours and got most of his friskiness back, but the vet said death is imminent but couldn't pinpoint how long he would have. He's 15 and a half years old. For anyone who's had this happen what's the time frame your cat lasted? I'm not expecting more than a couple days right now, but I guess there are some medicines to keep them comfortable and going a little longer, weeks or maybe months? Just want to set a realistic expectation here since it came on so suddenly in the first place it caught me off guard. I don't even know how long it's been going on behind the scenes since he never showed any symptoms.
my dog went through organ failure and lasted a month after he was diagnosed.
but, if I had known, and I was given the choice (neither of those things happened), I would have let him go as soon as I found out. my dad hid it from me and I had no idea how much pain he was in. he was having seizures, he had a collapsed lung, he couldn't eat, he was incontinent.
please don't make your cat suffer any more, OP. I know it's hard. please let him go. he's hurting.
>>2029052 I'm sorry about your dog. If mine was suffering badly I would have to call it, but right now he seems to be on the mend from the initial blow. He was walking all around and being playful and swatting at leaves, but the vet said there is a risk he could collapse in 48 hours, or not, it just depends if his fluids dip too low. I haven't brought him home yet, but I'm going to stay at home full time to keep an eye on him when he comes back. I really just want a few more nights with him, give him some tuna,... Comment too long. Click here to view the full text.
>>2028425 When I was younger my grandfather was dying of cancer and moved in with us the last two weeks he was alive. Our dog always slept in my parents room. But when he arrived she slept in the hallway right outside his room. The last few nights he was alive she moved into his room and slept next to the bed. Even during the day she was there. We would physically have to move her out of the way to tend to him. Once he died she moved back into my parents room.
>Dr David Dosa, a geriatrician and assistant professor at Brown University, said that five years of records showed Oscar rarely erring, sometimes proving medical staff at the New England nursing home wrong in their predictions over which patients were close to death.
>>2027227 Questions you should ask yourself: >Why do you want to do this? >Are you really good at academic coursework (especially science and math)? >Are you prepared to study long hours in school and work long hours after graduating? >Do you enjoy lots of physical labor while outdoors in all kinds of weather conditions? >Do you get easily frustrated? >If... Comment too long. Click here to view the full text.
Do you think if you could sneak up on a hibernating bear, you could manage to cut a hole into their hibernation buttplug thing and make it poop itself all over its' den while it continues to hibernate?
Do you think processing the food that fast would make it die of starvation while it hibernated? Or do you think the body would have some failsafe nerve to jostle the bear awake if its' starving?
Hi /an/. My house seems to have picked up fleas and they're bothering my cat. Where is a good place to pick up flea meds? My vet is cheap but I can't take my cat in the the vet every month just to get that dot of stuff on her neck (it freaks my cat the fuck out and I would prefer to not subject that to her if she doesn't have a health issue).
Now, here's the complication. I know that getting rid of the fleas in the house would be a huge help. Except I have tarantulas and I don't want to risk their lives by bombing the house (even the residue... Comment too long. Click here to view the full text.
I got my daughter a kitten for a Christmas present and all she wants to do is attack my feet and sleep.
She sleeps loads. She's sleeping right next to me as I type this. I don't mind at all. It's quite cozy. The little fucker will attack anything that moves. But she sleeps so much. I make sure she's well fed, took her to the vet and got her some jabs and a thorough inspection, but why does she sleep so much?
I sleep for about 6 hours. The kitten sleeps double that. Also purring. How do they make that noise?
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