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How long does it take for an animal to decompose? There's squirrels where I live so that's a new experience for me, so for the last year I've watched them scurry around the trees outside my house. Today I woke up to see a neighborhood cat had killed one and was eating it.
I don't want to say I'm a "collector", because that makes me sound like a psychopath, but over the years I've acquired a few animal skulls. My mom gave me a cat one, and a preserved shark head. I found a cow skull on the beach that I got professionally cleaned. Anyway, the cat had detached the squirrel's head, so I buried it as deep as I could, not that deep because I hit cement, but I put some rocks on top to keep bigger animals out. I'll monitor it for the next few weeks, but how long will it take for the head to revert itself to just bone through decomposition? My lease is up in June, will that be enough time? It gets pretty wet here so I'm hoping that will help speed things along.
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>Make a bear character in D&D 3.5
>Make bear a rogue, put every point I can into disguise
>Prestige class as a spy to get more disguise
>DM says I can't speak english
>Max out bluff
>By growling and gesturing, I can fake speaking a language I don't speak (english) use money to hire a butler NPC
>Give him magical item to let him speak bear
>"An excellent suggestion, Mister Bearington. We really should ask the group to investigate the Black Marsh
>Over the course of the game, be knighted as Sir Bearington
>Queen holds a dinner in my honor.
>A guest becomes the first man to ever make a perception check that can beat my disguise
>Man is escorted out of the castle while the guards apologise profusely for the indignity
>"We're so sorry, Sir Bearington, very sorry for this man's behavior"
also general DnD thread with stories of your animal classes
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I just gave my cat a listerine strip, and now he is running around drooling, shaking his head, and opening and closing his mouth as to chew.
I'm really worried, he is salivating a lot and acting insane.
Should I take him to a Vet?
Before you ask, I joking offered him one, I didn't think he would just start eating it. They aren't poisonous to people... but I'm not sure what a single strip could do to a cat.
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I recently found out about the Blue Paul Terrier, and I was wondering how one would go about 'resurrecting' the breed, as happened with the Olde English Bulldogge. I got in touch with some breeders specialising in Blue pitbulls, but they were basically retards. One guy said it was the same breed, which it isn't, pitbulls are largely descended from Staffordshire Bull Terriers (although they also have Blue Paul bloodlines, which results in the occasional blue staffy and American Staffordhsire terrier). The Blue Paul was only ever a 'blue' colour, with occasional brindle pups which were called 'red smuts' Pitbulls come in a huge range of colors with myriad features, wheras the Blue Paul had a very specific look.
Anyway none of them were interested in running a breeding program, not surprisinlgy I suppose given the cost, and then the difficulty in achieving breed recognition from the american kennel club etc.
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Hey /an/, my cat keeps squatting everywhere but not peeing. He has managed to pee a little in the box though, but just a little.
He is also licking his genitals excessively and sitting in ways that don't put pressure on them.
How likely do you think this will turn out to be something minor like a UT infection vs. something serious like kidney stones?
I've got a vet appointment for him later today, but I'm a bit of a poorfag.
It'll probably take all of my disposable cash(and probably some of my utility bill money), but I should be able to afford the medicine for a UT infection. But there is simply no way I'd be able to pull together the $1000+ surgery bill if it is a stone.
Also, is a UT infection communicable? I've got three other cats to worry about as well.