So I'm thinking of getting of a veiled chameleon, but I don't know the first thing on taking care of them, let alone where to buy one. If anyone here is an expert at this stuff please let me know. I'd like to know where to buy, what to buy, and chameleon care taking basics. Oh yeah, I read up on these chameleons, and everywhere I look it says chameleons are best for experienced reptile owners. Is that true? If so, why?
This little guy, his two brothers and their mother all need to be fixed. Now. Please tell me where in Connecticut (or Rhode Island, Massachusetts or New York) we can have this done for free (or for very cheaply).
These kittens were born January 24th; they were their mother's second litter.
Money is a major issue, as the owner(s) are poor (as am I). Isn't there a way to have this done for free? Do you think we'd be able to bring the cats to a place that fixes "strays" and just be like:
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>>2124329 >post thread asking if kitten should be fixed >everyone on /an/ says yes for the cat's own good >everyone on /an/ says anyone who doesn't fix their kittens is an irresponsible monster >okay.jpeg >ask /an/ where to fix cat for free because poorfag >silence
Seriously, NOTHING? NOBODY here in the CT/RI/MA/NYC... Comment too long. Click here to view the full text.
Does anyone here have experience keeping a cat in a studio apartment? Specifically one that is used to a nice big house.
I'm considering moving into one, but am hesitant to how the cat will take to it. She's become accustomed to a nice big house with a couple flights of stairs and room to stretch out. I'm concerned that the sudden shrinkage will cause some distress.
When me and my wife got our first apartment together. She brought her 11 year old cat, Fluffy from her parents. Fluffy went from a 3 floor house to a shitty 3 and a half apartment. At first he was a bit weird about the situation due to living with a new person and in a new place. After a couple of weeks he seemed happier at the apartment. I think it is cause he never felt lonely due to us being on the same floor all the time as him. We now own our first house. Which is a 2 floor average starter home. Fluffy is now 14 years old. And since he got so used to always being... Comment too long. Click here to view the full text.
I used to be. I used to breed really awesome Mustard Gas HM bettas. Purple with yellow fins and either blue or black outlining of the fins. Holy shit they were gorgeous. However, the health of bettas continues to decrease the fancier they get. I switched to plakats for a while since they're a lot hardier, but the health standards on them are going to shit too.
No. Actually, you want to do the exact opposite. Don't engage the cat at all. Pet it when it comes to you for petting, only after it touches you first. Never pick it up when not necessary, never make it feel like it can't easily escape a situation (don't hold it, let it rest on you. there's a difference)
... cats want everything on their terms so they can feel secure. unlike dogs, cats do not desire to please you. they live for themselves. it is up to you to be a part of their life, not... Comment too long. Click here to view the full text.
Depends on your breed somewhat. Some breeds of cats bond with their owner much more, but it also means they'll be bigger assholes to strangers (siamese or bengals for instance). Others are just more affectionate all around like maine coons and especially ragdolls.
Of course these are just tendencies. My friend has two domestic shorthairs who are from the same litter and were raised the same way. One of them is the most affectionate cat I've ever seen, he's a purring machine who will even cuddle up to complete strangers; the other is rather shy though he... Comment too long. Click here to view the full text.
If you havent registered the cat and your sister's friend hasnt registered the cat, then just steal it back. If she calls the cops, its her word against yours. If she has registered the cat, then you dun fukd up and shouldve had the cat in your name. Nothing you can do legally that I can think of
>Insects are conscious, egocentric beings, according to a new paper that also helps to explain why and likely when consciousness first evolved. >Recent neuroimaging suggests insects are fully hardwired for both consciousness and egocentric behavior, providing strong evidence that organisms from flies to fleas exhibit both. >Consciousness comes in many levels, and researchers say that insects have the capacity for at least one basic form: subjective experience. http://www.independent.co.uk/news/science/insects-are-conscious-claims-major-paper-that-could-show-us-how-our-own-thoughts-began-a7002151.html http://news.discovery.com/animals/insects/insects-have-consciousness-self-awareness-and-egos-160418.htm http://mentalfloss.com/article/79341/insect-brains-are-conscious-study-argues eat... Comment too long. Click here to view the full text.
>>2112401 no, if you read the stuff OP posted it clearly admits we don't actually know what parts of the brain are responsible for consciousness, and the ants having parts similar to ours is by no means good evidence they're conscious.
the better evidence for insect consciousness is behavioral. Anatomical analogy is meaningless without something else to confirm it.
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