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Hey /an/, my cat keeps squatting everywhere but not peeing. He has managed to pee a little in the box though, but just a little.
He is also licking his genitals excessively and sitting in ways that don't put pressure on them.
How likely do you think this will turn out to be something minor like a UT infection vs. something serious like kidney stones?
I've got a vet appointment for him later today, but I'm a bit of a poorfag.
It'll probably take all of my disposable cash(and probably some of my utility bill money), but I should be able to afford the medicine for a UT infection. But there is simply no way I'd be able to pull together the $1000+ surgery bill if it is a stone.
Also, is a UT infection communicable? I've got three other cats to worry about as well.
Nuvo Aquarium - Nano 16 Item # 0301 (White)
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What do you think, guys? I saw one of these set up in my local fish store, and I have to say I was pretty blown away by the aesthetics of this tank. The designated chamber for all your equipment is pretty handy, but I don't know how I feel about the integrated filtration system or the bent glass corners.
If I get one, in all honesty, it'll be as freshwater, so this would likely be more than sufficient for that.
16 Gallon Capacity
6 mm Bent Glass
Tempered Glass Lid & Clips
(2) 8 Watt SkkyeLight LED Illumination
Discreet Power Cord Channel
Low Voltage Transformer
Independent Power Cords
Acrylic Filter Wall w/ Dual Overflows
(2) Media Baskets
Activated Carbon Sponges
(2) Flare Nozzles
Designated Heater Column
Designated Refugium Column
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I was sat in my apartment playing World of Warcraft last night, when I felt something moving under my foot. I looked down, saw a snake wriggling under my sock, and initially freaked out (as you do) - but it's actually a baby slow worm.
Now I normally hate Snakes, but slow worms aren't snakes and have a lot of characteristics that make them better pets (totally harmless, non biting, long life (up to 50 years)). I've checked out the legality of it and so long as I'm not intending to breed/sell I can keep it.
I would release it but I live in an urban area (no idea how it got here) - and it should already be hibernating but is still very active, so since I already had a spare tank and UV lights/heat mats, I've decided to keep it.
The only other reptile I'm keeping at the moment is my Blue Tongued Skink, and the head of the slow worm is almost identical, complete with tiny eyelids that make it cuter than your average snake. It has golden scales, definitely a female from the markings.
Has anyone got any experience taking care of Slow Worms? I know their diet consists of small insects, slugs and snails, but this one is too small to manage anything like that now, so I'm going to get some cricket hatchlings and small mealworms and see how it goes.
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greeting /an/, is my first time here, and I need some help.
there is this tree outside my house, somebody will say that is harmless, but the rooths of the tree are starting to mess with my house, my question is, how I can kill the tree, I tried with chlorine, salted water and petroleum, but the tree doesn't die.
Pic related, is the fuckface tree