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I sometimes pet my cat in this area, she reacts by constantly twitching in her front back I figured this was a good sign, because she's not hissing or showing any sign of discomfort, but like a minute later she will turn on her back, so I can't reach that area anymore I'm a bit confused Does she like it or not?
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Adopted these two from the SPCA on Sunday. They're great, but they need names. None of us here are any good with that, suggestions?


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We caught a beagle who's been wandering stray around town a few days. Unfortunately it's a holiday, and late evening at that, so all the shelters and vets are all closed. We'll have to keep him at the apartment at least overnight. He's a very sweet boy, and he's getting along well with our dog, but I'm concerned about what to do while we're sleeping. I'm thinking one of us should sleep in closed bedroom with our current dog, and the other sleeps in the couch while he wanders around, but is there a better option?
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Help me /an/ My dog, Muffin, has an ear hematoma. She's had it since mid December and I've checked out a few forums and they said to leave it alone and it will go away. >Does anyone know how long a hematoma persists? >Is there any way to treat it besides surgery? It looks painful and she seems a bit lethargic tonight and it doesn't seem to have gone down any way since I first noticed it starting to swell. >pic related

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My 2 1/2 year old parrotlet has tested positive for avian gastric yeast (AVG) and has slightly elevated liver enzymes. Vet and I think liver issue is due to the fact she is not a good vegetable eater. Vet said treatment for AVG is hard on birds, so we should not give her the treatment unless she is displaying symptoms. Well, my bird has *always* had slightly lethargic and slightly irritable days. A previous vet thought this might be a sign of an immune deficiency. Now I'm thinking these behaviors could be a symptom of AVG! I don't want to give my pet a painful treatment without good cause, but I also wonder if she could be having a much better quality of life if I did. I've started giving her a birdie bread I baked with red palm oil, veggies, and her regular pellet/seed/vitamin. I've read online about natural remedies such as vinegar in water and thyme tea. Any thoughts? Thanks!
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>long story short, we got a common looking brown tabby, he's outdoor cat >we rarely interact, my sister feeds him regulary, and he's not very friendly in general >the other day I went outside to feed him, he was surprisingly nice >purring,brushing up to me, letting me pet his tummy >God, this is the cat I always dreamed of, why haven't I thought about playing with him earlier? >later tell story to sister, she's like, oh, that's the neighbor's cat, they look very much alike >wait what >yeah, you just fed and played with a foreign cat >great, now I feel disappointed and mildly violated at the same time It was all a lie /an/ ;_; Am I a horrible pet owner just because I'd trade our cat in a heartbeat for that one?
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I've been to the shelter in my area three times in the last month and a half looking for a cat, and have come how empty handed each time after none of the cats really meshed with me. Is there something wrong with me? I keep reading stories about people making a "connection" with a cat, or being brought to tears because they feel so strongly about all of the cats and can't take them all. What am I missing?

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A new study by the mayo clinic shows that cats a filthy beasts that will try their hardest to fuck you up yahoo.com/blogs/sideshow/one-third-of-serious-cat-bites-lead-to-hospitalization--new-medical-study-210411024.html All trolling aside, that it pretty high. If you have a cat yourself keep this in mind if you get bit.
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So I'm looking for advice from dog owners. I have a male German Shepherd who just turned 3 years old and have a problem with barking. He doesn't bark out of boredom and he isn't barking when I leave the house. He barks at other dogs and sometimes people. He is entire (has his balls still), and I believe it is a dominance/protection type thing. Every dog he sees, he becomes alert, locks on and shows aggression. He doesn't attempt to attack other dogs though. In rare cases when he is off his lead he will run up to other dogs cautiously and sniff them. I call him back and he does. But on lead or in the car, he will not stop barking until he can't see it any more. With people, he usually only barks at them if they are out the front of the house or knock on the door or something. If somebody walks close to the car he also barks. But when driving or going for a walk he won't bark at a person who does not have dogs. So it seems to me, that, he barks at dogs ALL the time, and only barks at people if they are close to the house/car. Is it recommended that I get him fixed up? I don't want to cut his balls off if it won't fix the problem. I'd rather train him out of the problem. However if getting him fixed up will fix the problem I'd be happy to do so. It seems like 3 years old may be too late to see a change? He doesn't try to escape the yard to run off and have sex or anything like that either. Nor does he hump anything.
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