I need some animal-related reaction faces
Show me what you got, /an/
This is my first post that's not on /b/, I have no clue what to expect from the other boards of 4chan.
Anyway here's one of my reef tanks
Anyone else here got em?
90 gallon (pre drilled) with an eshopps r-100 and an aquamedic acone 1.0 Evo
The lights I have are intellisun ceruleans, kinda an older LED option, not commonly used. I have two 165 watt fixtures.
Up until I got my sea grass wrasse, the sand bed was doing wonders for me. But he sleeps in the sand and stirs it all up, so not a whole lot of biologic filtration coming from that anymore.
Post your cat, his name is Richard
Discuss anything aquarium related here, including inhabitants, decor and issues.
Google is your friend.
Feel free to ask questions but know that there are a lot of resources out there that could answer your question a lot faster and accurately than /an/.
Make sure to include these things in your post before asking because we can't help you if we don't have the full picture:
-any and all inhabitants + how long you've had them
>How to cycle your tank:
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Inspired by my snail being cute and holding an entire mini algae wafer as it eats it.
ITT: That one animal you like that nobody else likes
>bite force stronger than a pussy ass lion's
>strong sense of loyalty and family (at least for spotted hyenas anyway)
Mantas are cool. They're really unique-looking, gentle, and their only natural predators are large sharks because they're so big and sanic fast
Hyenas are cute as fuck as babies. It's impossible that someone doesn't like this.
Time once again for a new thread.
I just keep mine in a sterlite tub with a ton of leaves, dirt, cork bark, and sticks. They loooove leaf litter as well as things like carrot peels. I have a UTH stuck to the bottom of the tub and I use a Grow Pro Digital LED Thermostat to regulate it so it doesn't get too hot and melt the tub. They seem to be thriving. I also toss in springtails/isopods to eat dead roaches and their waste.
Post your dog
Thank you, I know about gum but wouldn't have thought to look for it in peanut butter.
Also, the fuck is wrong with this world "let's put a poisonous substance to dogs in a food that's often given to dogs lol"
I feel like that's a really obscure reference and I should be ashamed for understanding it.
>waa they put human food in my human food
If it's not made specifically for dogs, you'd damn well better be checking the ingredients list to begin with. The rest of the world shouldn't have to be denied shit because you're an idiot.
canot deal with this new cat
i follows me around 90% of the day
sits on me every time I sit, lie down, bend over, stop moving
I have thrown it off me a hundred times today, it's out of control, the animal just does not learn
it's need for CONSTANT physical contact is unbearable
what can I do?
punish it every time it touches me? it's not like I don't like it, but it does it all the time, and you cant train an animal by being inconsistant
Rehome it and get a less clingy animal. The cat is going to be unhappy, you are going to be unhappy, find it a nice old lady who wants to fuss over it all day long and get yourself something less interactive. Affectionate cats are not difficult to rehome.
Help identify this thing.
What is with my Betta?
ive owned a few in the past, and i got Morgoth here just a few days ago, whenever i get near the glass he flares up and puffs his face out at me
Your dude is just super aggressive. It's rare, but betas can sometimes be aggressive against non-betas and even their owners. He may warm up to you in time, but either way I woudn't stick your fingers in there without removing him first just in case.
Since it's still so recent, it could just be stress from a new environment. The longer you hang around, the more he'll realize you aren't a threat (and likely mean good) so he'll settle down.
hi, never posted here before so i hope i'm not doing something wrong.
just wondering if any of you know what breed could be that cat?
he have long hairs under the paws, long hair on the tail too.
really really sweet cat, we got him in the street, he was really skiny, so we know nothing about his history at all.
vet said it should be around 2yo.
hope you guys can help
Otherkin are not a joke. We deal with this mocking bullshit day in and day out. We deserve as much respect as any other living creature. How would you feel if every day you had to worry about people bullying you or wanting to kill you because of who you really are?
this lady made me go vegan, she makes me feel cozy.
Okay, so I need an answer on this kind of fast. We just got a new kitten, and my parents (I'm 23, no underage here, just a frugal college student) want her to sleep outside in the screened porch for a while. That's where her food and litter are. I was playing with her for a little while after my parents went to bed, and I was supposed to stick her outside to sleep
However, it's kind of chilly outside right now and when I put her out she started mewing a bit and I ended up bringing her in because I felt bad.
So right now I have to decide whether to keep her...
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Keep her inside.
It won't kill you to move the litter in your room. If she shits/pisses it in, it will take you less than minute to scoop it out and dispose of it so it doesn't sit there and stink. Also clean your room, you gigantic manchild.
right off the bat we need to know where you live and how cold it gets at night.
kittens aren't very capable of staying warm on their own. They're tiny and they lose a lot of heat very quickly. Unless you're living in the tropics your babby probably isn't going to survive a winter outside.
I'm worried that the litter may trigger my allergies. I'm allergic to cats. The cat herself doesn't cause me problems directly, but the litter might.
The American South. North Alabama, to be specific.
Sounds like I should definitely keep her inside, so I suppose the big issue now is her litter.