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I have been taking care of a leopard gekko for a little more than a month now he was very healthy eating almost everyday kinda shy but he was steadily getting more and more confortable with me around.
But three weeks ago he just stopped eating, like he's still healthy (more than usual to be honest, he used to be kind of a slob but now he's more quick and outgoing) he still poops and stuff, but he just doesn't eat his food.
His tail is getting smaller each day and I was wondering if I should start to worry or if it's normal for him to act like this.
I don't have any pic of him right now, so here is an old pic
[spoiler] My cricket are so old they started to evolve, I'm afraid [/spoiler]
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Help please! OK so I have an adult female rat that has been living with 2 other adult female rats, but they died, so I got a new young male rat, and I introduced them and she keeps attacking him, although he doesn't get hurt or anything, it's still scary. How do I make her love said young male rat?
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/an/ I really need help.
I have a 5 year old, only black cat, named Sheba (looks like pic related). Through out the whole day she is very sweet and is perfectly behaved. I play with her 20 minutes right in the morning to keep her calm the rest of the day.
The problem is this; at a random time of the day once or twice a month, she'll hop up on my computer desk sit next to the monitor facing toward me and stare VERY intensely at me for about a minute straight. I don't stare back into her eyes but I keep looking at the monitor while I get work done, so as to not seem like I'm challenging her. Then out of no where she lunges forward clamps her jaw down on my arm so hard that I have to use the free arm to gently (but quickly) grab her head and pry it off. I stay quite the whole time while this happens so as to not make the situation worse. When she bites she does not preemptively hiss, meow or growl and she doesn't do any of these after the attack. Her attack always draws blood, the bite is so hard.
What am I doing wrong? What is triggering this seemingly random behavior in her?
I am really sick of this. I want to shut her in her room every time this happens but I know cats don't understand "bad" so I just let her go about her day like nothing happened.