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Jackdaw Problem

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We've had Jackdaws nesting in our chimney form a while now. The first set fledged fine, but the second has not gone so well, I don't know what's happened. A few days ago there was a noise, and a young Jackdaw fell down the chimney whilst my mum and dad were watching TV in the evening. It seemed to be unhurt, just a bit stunned, so my dad put some gloves on, and took it careful outside and put it under a bush in our garden to hide it from predators hoping the mother would find it. Unfortunately it had died in the night as we found it's body the next day ;_; Now this morning another one has fallen down, we think there was only two in the second group since we can't hear any more cheeping coming from the chimney now. My dad put gloves on again and put it in a safe place in our garden. It seems to be unhurt and is sitting outside looking sorry for itself. The mother knows it's there, and other Jackdaws do since they call out and the young Jackdaw calls back. A magpie came into our garden earlier and about 10+ Jackdaws swooped down and chased it off. Will continue
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Why does my dog follow all his commands like a pro EXCEPT at training class when it counts?
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Hey, so my friend found a bird's nest under the roof's gutter thing of his house. Normally he'd leave it alone, but some house painters are coming by in a week to paint the outside of his house. By doing this, they will have to remove the nest somehow so they can get to that side of the house. My question is, can you relocate a bird's nest somewhere obvious so that the mother and father birds can find it? Or will they compoletely abandon it. We've seen 6 small eggs in that nest and I really don't want them to be abandoned. I'm not even sure what we would do if he chose to keep them and raise them since we have no knowledge at all how to raise birds.
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Just saw this in my news feed. http://www.dailymail.co.uk/news/article-2643704/Man-starved-15-year-old-dog-badly-vet-described-walking-skeleton-walks-free-court.html Is it normal for people to get off so easily when it comes to animal abuse?
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Apartment dweller here. Have been looking into adopting a cat for the past several months (I've never owned a pet so this has involved doing research, looking into recuses, visiting kennels, etc.). Just found out I will likely be moving in three months time. I know cats tend to get attached to their space and tend not to handle location change well, so would it be a bad idea to adopt a cat now (e.g. within the next few weeks)?
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>me: 19 >cat is 16, had him since I was 4 >wasting away, hasn't eaten in close to a week, dropped from 12lb to 8lb, a walking skeleton >dehydrated because he lacks the strength to move more than a few feet at a time, can't make it to water >what little water we can get him to sip up goes straight through him >as of this morning, can't even sit up anymore >having appointment in five hours to put him down and ease his suffering >his last night alive will have been in my bed, head on my pillow next to me How the absolute fuck do I deal with these feels?

Injuried Baby Bunny pls help me

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/an/ I'm crying here and could use someone who's less emotional atm. Found a baby bunny, look like he was attacked and he cant move his back legs. given what looks like a puncture wound on his spine i think he's paralyzed to his lower/back body. What do i do? It's midnight and there's no where to take him, do i just make him comfortable as he does or do something to end i so he doesn't suffer?
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this piece of shit was in my shed what the fuck is it
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pretty sure I just killed a brown recluse. Am I correct? if so, just how dangerous are these things? Also, if anyone can offer it, id like some facts or knowledge that would make me not want to piss myself at the mere thought of sleeping with a bunch of spiders around. Like, they're not going to get all up in my area while I'm sleeping, right? and they won't bite me while I'm sleeping either hopefully??
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Hey /an/, I recently lost a leopard gecko, and I want to get a new critter companion, and I've always wanted a ferret, and for the past ~3 years I've been obsessing and reading as much as I could on them. I unfortunately live in California, and cannot get one easily around here, and therefore I'm going to vegas tomorrow. Does anyone have any tips on where I can get a ferret?? Before you guys tear me a new one about even mentioning petco, lets be reasonable here. I dont think a shelter would allow a non-nevada resident to adopt one of the many poor ferrets that need a home. So the only other options I have is petco and/or a breeder. What are some tips for doing so? Do I need to use a fake address or anything like that? When picking out a ferret, what questions should I ask them? (is it spayed or neutered? what shots does it need? etc.) Are there certain color patterns to avoid such as the albino? I heard this and that about tumors and such. If I'm going to get a ferret I want to do it right and get a healthy one, so I come to you /an/ for genuine help. :)
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What are your views on dog parks? I know they're a bit risky between aggression and disease, but my dog really loves them and most of the people are really cool. I'd really like to keep taking him, but if it's too risky then I won't.
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