I have a cat. I feed him high quality wet cat food. Occasionally if I'm planning on having flounder for dinner I'll cook some extra in a water bath for him and serve it with a little of the water for his dinner. It's a rare treat, not a staple part of his diet. I do it something like twice a month or less and I made an effort to check that flounder was safe for cats before I started.
Anyway, I'd like some ideas on other "people food" I could rotate in safely. I've tried chicken, both baked and cooked in a water bath, and he'll eat... Comment too long. Click here to view the full text.
Hey guys so this morning a huge bird picked up this rabbit from my neighbors lawn and dropped him from a reasonably high distance. He doesn't seem to be bleeding but it seems like he can't move his back legs, so we think that their broken or he's paralyzed. He's completely conscious and alert but didn't seem interested in any food we tried to give him. Is there anything I can do to help it or is it useless?
>>2156657 >>2156674 lets be honest, its a feral rabbit thats probably paralyzed by fear. its probably dying as we speak if not dead already. now you could bury it and feed the worms. or you can eat it and feed yourself.
>>2156582 Do you know the other cat he got in a fight with? I'd be worried about FeLV and fiv. If he is an outdoor cat, he'll have to stay inside till it heals. If it's infected or deep you should go to a vet
>>2156593 I have no information on the other cat. Since they were really angry at each other I was just near him to keep an eye of them. Suddenly my cat attack the other cat and they were fighting for only like 5 seconds or so until I "scared off" the other cat.
He is mostly an indoor cat (and a balcony/rooftop cat), he only goes out for a few hours every day and he spends most of his time quite near the house.
It looks like that part of his skin is possibly completely missing, but I don't know... Comment too long. Click here to view the full text.
I found my cat after 3 days in the garden . He is laying in tall grass , barely breathing , hearbeat very weak. Should i put him out of his misery ? If i should what is the fastest way to do it? (Vet is out of question , 4 hours away, i don't think his gona make it)
If it can't move and has labored breathing then out it out of its misery.
Also keep your cat indoors because it probably wouldn't have happened in the first place if you bothered to give the slightest shit about the pet you are fully responsible for. Your cat is suffering and in pain for a reason that is most likely completely avoidable. So congrats. You willingly subjected your cat to pain and suffering on top of willingly destroying the environment('but he never leaves the yard!!). The least you can do is end him and never get another one.
So my mom found this little guy around 7AM and now it's 7:52PM and he's still there, has been dry at least since she first saw him. Is he fucked? I just poured some water on him but he doesn't really react from me touching him so my hopes aren't really up. Can he recover? There's a pond like 4 feet away from where he is, should I put him in or will he drown if he's immobile?
Hey /an/, I need some help. I rescued a kitten yesterday, she's ~2 months old and was abandoned either by someone or by her own mother. She has some respiratory problems but I already started medicating her ( 0,5 ml of antibiotic from 12 to 12 hours). I already took her to the vet, and everything seems to be fine, she has no external parasites, and I've already started deworming her and my other cats. She was afraid to leave her box yesterday, but today she started to get very comfortable around me, she's likes it when I grab her and pet her a lot. Now the problem is that when she isn't sleeping, eating or being petted she just wanders around my room meowing very loud until I pick her up and wrap her up in a shirt/blanket. Should I be giving her so much attention? Or will she be really spoiled when she grows up? Also, general tips for taking care of her are appreciated.
>>2156169 Depends on what kind of personality you desire. If you want a close relationship and a lap cat, then give it lots of love and attention. If you want a more independent cat, then ignore it when it's being needy.
Yep, corn snakes are a great choice for first time snake. Docile, active, good feeding response. Other good options are rosy boas (small size) and the antaresia pythons. Most common antaresia are Children's python (small) and spotted python (medium size). Rosys and the antaresia pythons can be nippy as babies but tame down very easily.
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