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Hi guys, I'm a first-time cat owner and my cat is currently 6 months old and spayed, a few days ago she threw and we kinda dismissed it as 'oh she ate something bad' since it was chunky with food in it. Yesterday she was throwing up really bad but it was just kinda thick like mucus or spit, today she managed to not throw up until a little while ago and it was green and smelled absolutely disgusting as opposed to yesterday. We're calling a vet tomorrow morning and taking her asap. Any other help for her? We got her different cat litter, I know it's not likely, but could it be an issue? We also only give our pets water out of bottles. We also have a chihuahua and nothing has happened to him.
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Boyd's forest dragons spend the majority of their time perched on the trunks of trees, usually at around head height, although daily movements can exceed 100 m (330 ft) on the ground. When approached, they will usually move around to the opposite side of the tree, keeping the trunk between them and their harasser.
Unlike most other lizards, Boyd's forest dragons don't bask in the sun, instead letting their body temperature fluctuate with air temperature (thermoconforming rather than thermoregulating). The one possible exception to this general rule is gravid (pregnant) females, which are often observed sitting on or beside forest roads and exhibit elevated body temperatures.
Boyd's forest dragons typically commence activity at dawn and cease activity at dusk, remaining active even when it rains. Activity is highly seasonal, all but ceasing during the cooler months, when lizards typically move into the rainforest canopy.
Both males and females appear to be territorial, with males defending an area of around 1,000 square metres (0.247 acre). Female territories are smaller, with male territories often containing the territories of more than one female.
Hatchlings, juveniles and smaller adults can often be found 'sleeping' at night at the ends of tree branches with their head pointing back towards the trunk.