>>2141164 I once tried to save breed 5 papilio machaon on my balcony. I gave them everyday new leaves from carrot, but after a week some stupid bird discoverd them and I had not something around them placed. That was a bummer.
Two months ago one of my girls had an ear infection that gave her a head tilt. Round of antibiotics got rid of it. It's back again and even worse, now her head's even more tilted. She's like a tiny drunk person walking around.
Fucking ear infections. She's on antibiotics again, but how long until it clears up?
She's 2 years old. I got her from Petco, I went in to buy rat food and they had an oops litter that someone had brought in. Adopted her and her sister (RIP) for five bucks each. She has a tiny ear and a cloudy eye.
My rats stopped scratching and her wound healed, whatever was bothering her seems to be gone, so I decided to finally introduce her to a neighbour. However they don't seem to be interested in interactions.
It's not abandoned, it's just learning to fly The parents keep a close eye on it and feed it while on thw ground. If it hasn't been too long you should try to put it back where you found it so the parents can find it.
Hey /an/ I'm currently looking at adopting a Corgi puppy! The only problem is, there are so many breeders that I don't know which one to pick out of them all... Do any of you guys have a recommended breeder? I live in the U.S and the only condition i have for the breeder is that they are willing to ship the puppy to a town/city near me. If you guys have a recommended breeder, please list their website/email or some way to get ahold of them. Thanks!
try to go to dog shows and speak to breeders there. it shows you're committed. i don't think any reputable breeder would ship you a puppy to be honest and they'll want to see you at least once before agreeing to give you a puppy. a reputable breeder will have health tests done on their dogs. for corgis i think breeders generally have tests ran for eyesight, von willebrand disease and hips. many breeders will have waiting lists of a year. be expected to pay at least 1200 - 1500
i think that's generally what you need to know to get a corgi. i should know i want to get one myself but won't be able to for several more years if at all.
i suggest you research the breed more because i suspect you don't know much about it. i'm happy to try to answer any questions you might have
Sup /an/, I have an older cat, about 12 years old. She has just been to the vet who gave her a full checkup and ran tests and said she was in perfect health. Why, then, does she sit in her litter box doing absolutely nothing and go in it over and over again?
Op again, adding she has been vocalizing a lot lately, especially upon waking, which I know can be a sign of memory issues or even Alzheimer's. She has an appointment with a different vet soon, I'm not one of' those' people.
Neapolitan Mastiffs, Dogue de Bourdeuxs, Bullmastiffs, Mastiffs, Cane Corsos or Cane de Presas or any mixes of those are fine companion/minder dogs. Start obedience with a proffesional trainer from a young age.
Does anyone have any experience introducing birds to pet cats?
I'd really like a finch or a budgie but one of my cats is very young, healthy and active. He'll chase a fly around all day and we've come home to dead mice before (though not eaten).
Obviously I don't want to bring a bird home just to have it killed, so I was wondering if anyone has experience dissuading predatory behavior or introducing an animal so that the cat doesn't see it as something to kill.
If you value the bird, you need to keep them permanently separated- if the cat is in the room, it is supervised and the bird is in its cage out of sight and reach, and the cat is removed from the room if it gets too close. If the bird is out of its cage or you are not around to supervise, the cat is locked out of the room. You can definitely keep both in the same household, but cats are never 100% reliable around small prey animals and they can fatally injure a bird even through bars.
>>2150365 I suppose that's the kicker, then. I live in a smallish one bedroom that pretty much runs bedroom->kitchen->living room with a small side office and a bathroom, so the options for keeping them apart when not at home is to either close off a third of the roaming space to the animals or stick the bird in a windowless little office for eight hours a day. It seems cruel to me to deprive the thing of natural light and possibly a view of the outside/a larger space.
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