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I just gave my cat a listerine strip, and now he is running around drooling, shaking his head, and opening and closing his mouth as to chew.
I'm really worried, he is salivating a lot and acting insane.
Should I take him to a Vet?
Before you ask, I joking offered him one, I didn't think he would just start eating it. They aren't poisonous to people... but I'm not sure what a single strip could do to a cat.
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hey, /an/, how can I fix my agoraphobic rabbit?
I recently adopted her (I ASSUME it's a her, due to lack of anything that looks like testicles and her dewlap) from the old folks home my grandma was staying at, they had her in the garden in a smallish cage for the two or three years they had her, not getting much interaction. (the rabbit, not my grandma)
She's friendly enough, likes to be pet and never bites, but she seems pretty terrified of leaving her cage. She wont do more than stretch her head and neck out the door when it's opened. I took her out and held her in my lap today, sitting in my back yard. She just kinda huddled down on my lap for awhile making no attempts to leave it before nipping at my arm (which I assume meant something along the lines of "put me back, you jackass").
Pic kinda related, not her specifically, but the same breed.
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Hey, /an/ I woke up this morning and found these crawling all over my ceiling in the kitchen and I NOPED the fuck out of there. This is especially strange because I've looked up at the ceiling pretty often (cleaning the fan, changing bulbs, etc.) and this is the first time I've seen them.
What the FUCK can I do to get rid of them? I haven't left any food out, the garbage can is empty, and they're fucking disgusting and grossing me out. HELP!
My cat just died (3 years old)
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I want stories and pics of cats, i would love to see a Tabbi as well
About 2 hours ago now, me and my dad were rushing to the hospital, our cat had a collapsed lung. My dad was driving while i was with the cat.
He was struggling hard to breathe, starting to go blue in and around the mouth, i was giving CPR as best i could to a cat that was struggling to move around and breathe.
The hospital iwas 20+ minutes away, and my dad is weaving in and out of traffic.
We got every FUCKING red light on the way.
After some time, my cat randomly bit me, he never did this to any of us before, and it was all the way to the bone, and i couldnt open his mouth to stop him. after 10 or more seconds of pain he suddenly lets go of my finger, and lays down.
He is laying there with foam surrounding his mouth, but i didnt care, i continued to try to give him CPR to keep as much life in him as possible (i am borderline panicking at this point)
a few seconds later he stops moving, goes limp, twitches every now and then, while i continue the same routine.
He dies before we get there, we still had another 5 minutes or more to get there.
Now, i have to try to tell my mother when she gets home.
>pic related, Machiko being lazy (girls name but he responded to it every time we called him)
I've never felt so physically drained in my entire life, we've already buried him so my mother doesnt have to see him like that, i keep crying as i type as his face flashes in my mind as i replay the scene over and over and how his life slowly faded.
My Dog and Doors
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So I'm just curious about something one of my dogs does that I've never seen before. Whenever he lays down, it's almost always directly in front of the door to the room. So if he's in the living room, he lays right in front of the front door, I'm talking so close he touches it. He lays in the entrance to any room, unless my mother is there. He lays with her in that case because he's "her baby"
>yes I know that's a horrible way to raise a dog, I've tried to get her to stop but she's a woman and he's small and fluffy.
Anyway, I'm not bothered by it, though it is annoying sometimes having to wait for him to move, I'm just curious as to why he does it.