My roommate and I take care of a stray cat in our culdesac. He's totally blind but knows his way around pretty well, almost as if he had eyesight. This morning when I went out to feed him I noticed that he walked with a limp in his right hind leg. I beckoned him closer and he quietly meowed a lot, rubbing my legs. I've only recently moved in about a month ago, but I've never noticed this and I doubt it's something I've overlooked since it's so obvious. He also seems very very skinny, but afaik he's always been like that no matter how much... Comment too long. Click here to view the full text.
>>2154374 If you are serious you can try to use a de-worming medicine and just put it in a can or just half a can of wet food just make sure it eats it all. But if you really want to help the cat is to take it in and keep it indoors and get it all cleaned up. It'll appreciate the environment change since and it'll actually be safe.
What I really wanna do though is take him to a vet so I know exactly what's going on and how to help, but since I have no prior experience with vets I don't know if I'll go through all the trouble just to end up with either a shrug or an expensive bill over a cat I don't even own.
I'd consider taking him in but my roommate's parents own the duplex apartment... Comment too long. Click here to view the full text.
my friends 18 week old dwarf rabbit just died after they had it for three days
in the morning it had some diarrhea, then later that night it was limp and had left something looking like sarichia sauce on the floor we gave it some water but it could barely drink, and it passed away shortly afterwards
we called the vet but they told us it was probably just indigestion
my friend said they fed it rabbit pellets, coriander stems, a Brussels sprout
they are understandably upset, but I'm trying to work out what happened... Comment too long. Click here to view the full text.
>>2154320 Things like what they do with their dogs (agility, obedience, tracking, it does not have to be confirmation shows but they should do something), what are they breeding for (good breeders will have a goal in mind, but also keep in mind that not all goals are good), what health issues the breed has, what health tests the parents and grandparents have and the results, and if they are done yearly. Ask about their return policy and... Comment too long. Click here to view the full text.
Help /an/, I was wondering if any one here owns parakeets. How do you go about feeding them treats? Specifically home made ones. Currently I chop up green beans and carrots and sprinkle them wth seeds. Other ideas?
i just give mine whatever and they try it, they can be weird about greens so i cook them mixed into eggs or the bird granola etc i make them but they're enthusiastic about everything else and like trying new food...
when i had two that were scared of new foods i hung them like toys, ate then offered them some or mixed them with seeds until they got over their fear and just tasted things i'd put out for them... my green cheek helped them get over their fear of new foods too
>>2154371 Yeah I'd definitely skip the horns and go with skills like tree climbing and extreme stealth. They also tend to be sprinters instead of endurance runners so do with that as you will. Maybe a skill of being able to disappear into the shadows? It's been a while since I've played
No its not. If the animal is happy and healthy there is literally nothing wrong with buying from shops bar the often inflated price. Breeders arent necessarily amazing owners; i know plenty of bird breeders who are in it solely for the money...
I've been a lifelong owner and lover of pet birds, and I've read in several source materials and by fellow breeders back when I bred cockatiels that avocados are very toxic to the point of being lethal to birds.
Is this true? Or is this a myth, like that if you touch a bird's nest the parents won't return or that birds can't smell?
Also what is it about the avocado that makes it dangerous to birds and why not people or cats or dogs and is it only specific birds? thanks /an/
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