Dairy and cats
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Question for you wise /an/cestors,
I've been informed that dairy is bad for cats, that most cats beyond kitten age are lactose intolerant so I should not give my cat milk or he will be cursed with the shits.
Now my cat doesn't ever try to steal table food, he will walk up to it, sniff it, and wander away--with one exception: anything with milk in it.
If he so much as gets a whiff of greek yogurt he will be all up in your face, wiggling up under your arms trying to get at it, and he wails when you throw the container into the trash afterwards.
I also caught him slurping up my iced coffee today after I added milk.
Is it okay to let him lick the container? Can I give him kitten milk from petco? Or am I doomed to forever eat my yogurt huddled on a platform while he circles like a melancholy shark below?
Pic related, but not my cat.
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I just saw a very strange insect. As I was eating, I saw a little piece of what I believed being bird shit on my glass, until it ran in circle around the glass in question. As I looked closer, it appeared that the thing had 6 legs, little black eyes and no antenas. When it moved, it raised its posterior part (which was devoid of legs) and scampered in a way that strongly evocated a fish.
I examinated it a while when suddenly it disapeared. I'm not kidding, /an/. I'm pretty sure it bounced as I didn't saw it fly away, but it was so fast I'm not sure.
>Pic related, I sketched it.
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I want to redo my leopard gecko's Viv, and I have a question about which kind of sand to use.
Now before you freak out, I just want to use the sand to anchor rocks in, rocks which will cover the entire viv.
Currently I'm using shaved aspen to anchor the rocks in, I had seen on LLLreptile that they house their leopards on it without issue for years. However, I just don't like the way it looks.
Should I use a more powdery/finer sand? or even some substitute like ground walnut shells that mimics sand?
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guys, I have a "new cat" situation.
I've found this little buddy (he's 3 or 4 months old, I think), undernourished and left alone, so I decided to take him home.
the problem is that my other cats (3 females, 1 old who doesn't care at all and 2 one years old sisters who went trhu the same situation last summer, one is alpha as fuck, the other is a beta scared to death by pretty much anything) seems to hate him..
what should I do to bring peace in my home, once again?