Skinny dog help!
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Hey, /an/ I really really need your help, I am a "foster mom" for a dog, Tossie is he's name. he is at my place from 7 in the morning till latest 10 and earliest five. From Monday till Friday. He usually comes in the weekend too, but that is more random, like the owners will knock on my door two seconds before leaving, and placing him with me, usually not telling when they'll be home. (i don't mind this though so that is not the problem)
my problem is they don't give me any food to feed him with. i of course feed him myself i own a dog too, so he gets what my own dog gets, my problem is just that my dog is overweight so he's food is "slimming, not fat" blabla, but Tossie is like very opposite he is very very skinny, have actually lost weight the last couple of weeks, even though i do everything i can to make him fatter.
The owners feed him with something that should be high in protein, but i don't really think it help.
Well and as you can read i spend more time with Tossie than they do themselves, So i kinda decided that my goal is to make him gain weight. Because he really needs it!
So /an/ How do i proceed? how the fuck do i make him gain weight, he really needs it!
What're people's problem with Capt. Paul Watson?
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I find him very honourable. He has raised awareness about oceanic problems, such as acidification and pollutions (e.g., PCBs), and how they affect biodiversity and even our future selves.
I agree with his actions of defending cetacean life by breaking down ships and harassing stupid Faroe, Japanese fishermen, and Inuit people considering there is copious evidence defending cetacean high self-awareness and intelligence. If we acknowledge their high encephalization quotient, high degrees of brain folding, complexity of their neocortexes, psychological experiments validating strong self-awareness, and the established "theory of mind", then there is strong reason to believe their brains have a high capacity for integration and complexity, meaning they deserve to be called "non-human
While I think his means may be critiqued, one cannot disagree his end goal is not so bad.