Like the other anon said, it might be an engorged tick. They're nasty fuckers. In your picture it looks like I can sort of see some of its legs, so take a closer look.
If it is a tick, unless you're confident in removing it properly by yourself, I'd take her to the vet to have it removed. Depending on where you live, the vet might also recommend a blood test for Lyme disease.
Why do some people tell me I was cruel to the cat?
> be me > be staying at hotel with gf and 3 lb chihuahua > there for a wedding alright > walk dog one fine morning > see movement out the corner of my eye > big ass cat is hunting dog > just about to jump dog > literally milliseconds >... Comment too long. Click here to view the full text.
>>2143051 Needless to say, the dog wasn't my choice. She got it when we were studying and I wanted to work hard and party hard, so it was on her to care for exclusively back then. But I helped out of course, I just didn't wanna say no to stuff because she wanted a dog.
>family has 14 year old cat >parents booted him outside 8 years ago because he peed in the house like twice >beg them throughout me teenage years to let him back in >"Don't be silly anon he loves it outside!!" >can't take him with me right after I move to college because no pets allowed >2 days ago >wake up and cat is nowhere on property,... Comment too long. Click here to view the full text.
>>2142958 Cats don't usually fight to the death, they rarely even fight. They just argue until one of them hits the other, and the weaker tom cat leaves. Cats are not that stupid as other mammals which have this alpha male behaviour - usually all the male birds and mammals fight to the death, because the weaker one is too conceited to run, since running is perceived as a craven act.
Hey /an/. You may remember me. I am the OP from: https://desustorage.org/an/thread/1968920/#1968984
I live in an apartment with my small dog and my mom doesn't allow me to walk my dog on the ground and asks me to put him in a stroller instead.
So recently I've been secretly taking my dog to the dog park where he can run around (although he just tends to follow me all the time in the dog park). I haven't gotten him a leash or anything yet. Am I doing the right thing? My mom will be angry if she finds out that I am secretly taking him to the dog park.... Comment too long. Click here to view the full text.
Yes, you're doing the right thing by allowing your dog to exercise and enjoy basic joys of doggy life.
I do think you should get him a leash though, and take him for walks instead. Since he seems to just enjoy walking with you/following you anyways. Plus, since he's mostly been kept indoors his entire life, he's bound to be lacking in socialization with other dogs. So taking him to the dog park may result in some conflicts with other dogs down the road (basically, your dog probably lacks doggy social skills, and other dogs might be off-put by this.) So... Comment too long. Click here to view the full text.
>>2142456 He just tends to shy away from other dogs. >I remember your other threads You do remember me? It was ages ago since I've posted it. But yeah, I guess this was odd as other people in my neighborhood recognize me when I "walk" my dog as well.
>>2142462 >He just tends to shy away from other dogs. nothing wrong with that. it's better than him attacking the other dogs because he's unsocialized. give him some time, he'll probably interact with the dogs more as he becomes more comfortable with the situation.
Hi /an/, /k/romrade here. I have a question that has been a matter of great debate. Who would win in a fight, a male African Lion or Male Silverback Gorilla? I'll let you decide the context. But please discuss a battle between two titans >Lions are the winner of course
Op found a nest with a cowbird egg and apparently if he removes it the mother might sperg out and hurt the other eggs. Is there a normal way to remove cowbirds? Someone suggested boiling it and putting it back.
There are 4 kittens of a similar size / age to the one in the pic, at the bottom of a storm drain. They've been there for at least 2 days now, possibly longer. Is it reasonable to assume that the mother is still feeding them / nurturing them or do they need to be rescued? They mew every time anything approaches the drain.
I posted about my cat about 2 weeks ago. He has been an indoor/outdoor cat most of his life, but we can no longer let him out due to a change in the apartment rules where we live and because it's simply unsafe for him to be out in this area.
He constantly meows and scratches at the windows in my place because he wants out. It's been two weeks now and he's shown no signs of improvement. We play with him a lot, he has multiple litterboxes, a reliable feeding schedule and plenty of room to roam. I can't take him for walks because I can't... Comment too long. Click here to view the full text.
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