Today when my cat woke up and came upstairs, I noticed the bottom half of his tail looked drenched as well as the bottom half of his stomach. He also smelled repugnant on closer inspection.
So I check to see if he happened to piss himself, but couldn't find any evidence on furniture. I tried cleaning him with a wash cloth but the smell persisted.
A few hours later (now) I decide to check on him and he still smells like shit. I also noticed some greyish/greenish goopy thing dangling below his ass. I tried wiping it with kleenex but the only thing that came...
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Here's a photo. The red I'm sure is yard mulch that's he's laying in.
Sorry if gross.
/an/, why is my fish doing this? It is a goldfish. It lives with three other goldfish and an otto. It swims about and acts normal most times, especially feeding time, but sometimes I see it wedged here. The first few times I thought it was so fat that it got itself stuck, but when I tried to help it, it just swam out fine.
I've also seen it purposely fit itself in this spot and just stop moving for a while.
Is my fish suicidal? Or is it just a fat lazy fuck that can't even be bothered to swim?
None of my other fish do this, only this one.
Some sort of lateral line disease. May or may not be fatal depending on how the lateral line was damaged. Some fish just don't swim right. Some fish get bad lateral line disease from bacteria or injuries.
What is the toughest breed of dog?
There were at least 5 ancient confirmed reptiles.
Pterodactyl. Mosasaur. Squamata. Ancient crocs. Titanoboa.
Fuck you birdfags. Birds can go suck a fat dick, they'll never be intimidating. I could beat the shit out of an eagle. Make it 5 eagles.
What the fuck did you just fucking say about me, you little bitch? I’ll have you know I graduated top of my class in the Navy Seals, and I’ve been involved in numerous secret raids on Al-Quaeda, and I have at least 5 ancient confirmed reptiles.
Just lost a dog. She got ruined by a porcupine and it was simply unrealistic to try to remove all the quills and fight the infection. If she had come home sooner maybe, but she was in rough shape.
I hate that I wasn't there to help her when she needed me.
I have some pics of her I'm gonna post, you can come along if you like.
>watching over two kittens we found alone at the stables
>lying on my bed with both of them
>one takes the initiative to walk across my keyboard
>death metal starts playing
>20 tabs of porn fly open and start playing simultaneously
Maybe that last part didn't happen, but it got me thinking. What's the worst/weirdest thing of yours your pet has gotten into?
Yeah this happened a lot between my sisters and mom with the dogs. They just went fucking apeshit and would tear open the trash for them. Theyd ignore leftover food for them and wouldn't go into the trash otherwise but goddam they
Loved tampons and dirty underwear(male or female).
My cat really likes used qtips but that apparently is normal for cats. One of the same dogs mentioned above also brought us our moms dildo once.
injured bird in the backyard wat do?
it doesn't move, it's just breathing
or at least clean them?
Look on google, nimrod. Most systems involve getting a special little seat for them to learn on, then eventually taking it away and them using the toilet.
Getting them to flush is something else entirely.
Like always, cats love to dominate YOU and choose their place where they want to shit.
If the place you chose (like the toilet) is not the place they had in mind, too bad, they will shit where they want instead.
This bird can barely move, it's trying to fly but it can't
What would you do /an/?
Is it possible? They look like a blast to play with, even wild ones as seen here-
In general, small exotic cats aren't TERRIBLE pets.
They do have their negatives though. They tend to be great with you, and awful with most other people, and it's hard to get them to not blast everything with piss.
This is my first time posting here.
Yesterday I say a tree in my neighborhood and it was pretty out of place compared to the other trees in this geographical region.
Can anyone identify it for me?
>Live in a townhouse
>Every goddamn dog rescue requires a yard with a six foot fence.
We live in a very walkable neighborhood and our offices allow us to take dogs to work, we're less than half a mile away from a park too. We have a small front yard, but it's not really large enough to fence.
I live in the Southern Hemisphere so it is pretty cold in my country, and I have started a fire on the fireplace which I also use to dry my clothes when it is rainy outside.
I inherited that cat from my father half a year ago (he didnt die but he cant walk anymore and needs to live in an elderly asylum with the constant help of nurses)
everything is fine with the cat, she is very happy, but she loves to be next to the fireplace, and I am paranoid about her accidentally puting her tail in it, since my mother had that happen to a Pekingese dog in the 90s with a gas...
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I guess short answer is yes.
I saw my aunt's cat walk over a candle and catch fire. We were all there to catch him an put it out though so he is fine. But there are other problems that can happen leaving a fire going with no one to watch it
Little bastard just bit me. Anyone identify it? Illinois, about the size ofa grain rice.