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My 11 y/o cat is 8 pounds at the moment and she's seen better days. Not long ago she had a few trips to a couple different vets and they found that she had some bad tartar build-up. My usual vet let this fly under the radar for who knows how long (needless to say I'm never going there again) and it unfortunately went unnoticed long enough for her to lose a couple pounds. I'm worried about her because she was already small to begin with. What are some methods for helping an adult cat gain weight? Approximately how long does the weight gain process take? I'd like a rough estimate to go off of before I force another vet visit on her; her last ones weren't easy and I don't want to give her unnecessary stress. She's eating, but I'm not sure how to tell if her current diet is enough to help her get back to where she was.

Welp, fuck humanity.

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http://chicago.suntimes.com/nationworld/7/71/319130/coming-soon-u-s-millions-genetically-modified-mosquitos Millions of genetically modified mosquitoes could be released in the Florida Keys if British researchers win approval to use the bugs against two extremely painful viral diseases. Never before have insects with modified DNA come so close to being set loose in a residential U.S. neighborhood. “This is essentially using a mosquito as a drug to cure disease,” said Michael Doyle, executive director of the Florida Keys Mosquito Control District, which is waiting to hear if the Food and Drug Administration will allow the experiment. Dengue and chikungunya are growing threats in the U.S., but some people are more frightened at the thought of being bitten by a genetically modified organism. More than 130,000 signed a Change.org petition against the experiment.

spotted salamander

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Hey guys this critter wants in my apt. Tn here so he should be underground. I believe in not interfering but what if humans disturbed the burrow? I'm gonna have feels if he's dead at my door tomorrow. Is there ANYTHING I should do?

turtle thread

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Turtle thread! Post your set-ups, your turtles and give tips to each other! I'll start: This is my (presumably) female yellow bellied slider.

Pet-related pet peeves

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>people referring to you as your pet's "mommy" or "daddy," especially speaking as if from the pet's perspective >absolutely disgusting I don't mind when people refer to themselves as their pet's "parent" (I think it's a little weird, but whatever man) but it makes me cringe when they apply it to me like that. Never know how to respond to that but it makes me uncomfortable.
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What does it mean when a cat lets you pet its tummy?
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Entomology General - Why doesn't /an/ have daily reminders that insects are the greatest animals of all time? I love them. :-)
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>live on a farm and rabbits are a declared pests that need to be taken care of >cat constantly brings critically injured rabbits that are still alive to the door step > Rest of the family does not want to kill it so i have to > try throwing on the ground and it doesn't die >try hitting it's head against a rock > still alive so keep on doing that a little harder >blood starts flying everywhere and gets on my face >feel sad for the rest of the night that i made this fucker suffer more then it should have I've tried stomping and they won't die until their eyes pop out of their sockets, how the hell do i give rabbits a swift clean death? that doesn't result in having to clean myself or my weapon from its blood.

>groundhog day

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^^ https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=2Kvdm8a0qbY "The groundhog (Marmota monax), also known as a woodchuck, or whistle-pig, is a rodent of the family Sciuridae, belonging to the group of large ground squirrels known as marmots... "Groundhogs are well adapted for digging, with short but powerful limbs and curved, thick claws... Suited to their temperate habitat, groundhogs are covered with two coats of fur: a dense grey undercoat and a longer coat of banded guard hairs that gives the groundhog its distinctive "frosted" appearance. "In the wild, groundhogs can live up to six years, with two or three being average... Despite their heavy-bodied appearance, groundhogs are accomplished swimmers and occasionally climb trees when escaping predators or when they want to survey their surroundings. "Groundhogs are excellent burrowers, using burrows for sleeping, rearing young, and hibernating. The average groundhog has been estimated to move approximately 1 m3 (35 cu ft), or 2,500 kg (5,500 lb), of soil when digging a burrow. Though groundhogs are the most solitary of the marmots, several individuals may occupy the same burrow. Groundhog burrows usually have two to five entrances, providing groundhogs their primary means of escape from predators. Burrows are particularly large, with up to 14 metres (46 ft) of tunnels buried up to 1.5 metres (5 ft) underground "Groundhogs are one of the few species that enter into true hibernation, and often build a separate "winter burrow" for this purpose. This burrow is usually in a wooded or brushy area and is dug below the frost line and remains at a stable temperature well above freezing during the winter months. In most areas, groundhogs hibernate from October to March or April, but in more temperate areas, they may hibernate as little as three months... Groundhogs are mostly diurnal, and are often active early in the morning or late afternoon. http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Groundhog
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Do cats or other animals appreciate music?

Show us your house plants/plant collections

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hey there /an/, share pics of your favourite house plant(s). I don't know about the rest of you, but I'm pretty sick of winter. Thankfully it's always summer indoors! =D Pic related, part of my collection. I live in Canada so it's cold and dark for a good chunk of the year. The lights help keep things going through the short days of winter.

Reptile & Amphibian General

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New Thread #11: 'Groundhog Day' Edition Old Thread: >>1802503 Picture is an Eastern Diamondback Rattlesnake. Florida State University biologists discovered that Rattlesnake venom varies by location, meaning anti-venom might not work if you get bitten by a snake on vacation or the anti-venom came from another part of the country. So, good luck with that. Further Reading: http://www.sciencedaily.com/releases/2015/01/150114140529.htm
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This is my parakeet Iris, she seems to like being on my shoulder, but everytime I try toget her out of her cage she jumps around and bites me. I tryed hand training her with millet, but she won't eat it. I've had her for about two years now. Any advice?
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What's /an/'s fav cat breed? What breed do you have? I'll start with ragdoll.

Visually interesting features of animals

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Most animals have a lighter pigmentation/color on the underside called 'countershading' but what is it called when their limbs get darker in gradient?
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I know that the influx of 'Keeping cats indoors is wrong, they're natural predators!' posts are trolls; But the problem is that they're working. I always see the same riled up, flustered arguments from pro-indoor owners. Let me give you the only simple, logical answer that you will ever need in an indoor/outdoor argument. (Against a legitimate pro-outdoor, not a troll.) >You do not let a dog roam the neighborhood on it's own because it is dangerous for it. >You keep a dog secured in your yard with a fence, and take it for longer walks with supervision or a leash. >Cats are much, much more delicate than dogs. Roaming the neighborhood is much, much more dangerous for cats. >You have the option of securing a cat in your yard by enclosing an area, and can take it for longer walks supervision on a leash. >In this situation there is absolutely no reason not to treat a cat exactly as you would a dog. With an optional: >What, you think you'll look like a faggot with a cat on a leash? >Right now you just look like an insecure little bitch.
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Can we have an ill pet general again? They're good to have. Just duly note that information here is nowhere near sufficient, and should not be taken as advice in any form. Go to your vet. I'll start >tfw splenic mass

Garden pictures from this summer

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Does an want three pictures of wasps? That's all this is...

Bed Bugs?

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Figured /an/ might be more helpful than /adv/: How do you deal with these things? My gf and I have them in our apartment, found one on the bed this morning and she's allergic to the bites. Obviously we're cleaning but we're afraid to tell the landlord, we're not sure how they got here but it could have been anyone in the building.
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I'm just dumping cat pics post yours too please






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