• Is Craig a good name for a cat?

    Best answer: Yes it's a brilliant name.
    Best answer: Yes it's a brilliant name.
    66 answers · Cats · 2 days ago
  • Do I have any rights to my dog still?

    I rehomed my German shepherd to a family we took over a month talking to/getting to know before fully handing over my dog. She just turned one. Now the only agreement I required (and this is all in emails) was that I was able to check up on her. Text/email whatever. SHE even said I could come see her whenever bc... show more
    I rehomed my German shepherd to a family we took over a month talking to/getting to know before fully handing over my dog. She just turned one. Now the only agreement I required (and this is all in emails) was that I was able to check up on her. Text/email whatever. SHE even said I could come see her whenever bc she understood how hard this was for me. I m a single 23 yr old who works 50 hours a week, she wasn t getting enough attention! That s why I rehomed her. And if you know the breed you ll understand. Anyways thEse ppl have had her for a month and had no problem texting me onc or twice. Now a whole month went by and zero communication. All I texted to them was "hello! How s Nala doing? :)" and they blocked my number, my moms, all of us on Facebook. And I found out they lied about how many unfixed male dogs they had! When they finally answered me they said I was crazy! I didn t even do anything. I know where they live. I want to go take my dog back I don t trust These people anymore. She is Registered to me and I have vet records that our current. What should I do!!??
    38 answers · Dogs · 2 days ago
  • Can i have sex with a cat?

    Best answer: Yes
    Best answer: Yes
    53 answers · Cats · 2 days ago
  • What is your favourite and least favourite thing about your dog?

    Could be anything but try to make it interesting =)
    Could be anything but try to make it interesting =)
    127 answers · Dogs · 5 days ago
  • Can i milk a horse with my mouth?

    Best answer: Perhaps
    Best answer: Perhaps
    14 answers · Horses · 2 days ago
  • Dogs vs cats?

    18 answers · Cats · 3 days ago
  • How can I get my cat Fluffy to lose weight she's gotten so fat ?

    She laid on top of my chest the other day and it felt like a 12 month old human infant sitting on me Then when I tried to pick her up she was so heavy She's put on a lot of weight and a quite a few lbs I work a lot so I leave her at home With her litter box and a bowl of food Lately I've been working... show more
    She laid on top of my chest the other day and it felt like a 12 month old human infant sitting on me Then when I tried to pick her up she was so heavy She's put on a lot of weight and a quite a few lbs I work a lot so I leave her at home With her litter box and a bowl of food Lately I've been working over night a lot staying over night at the office because We have a deadline coming up I just leave the kibble bag lying open she eats as much as she wants I'm thinking of building her a Skinner box with a treadmill and putting her in there and make her work for her food pellets from now on Positively reinforce food reward on a variable interval ratio Or tieing her to a treadmill and make her run on it 30 min a day Last night we had a chat -_-' hmm "Fluffy you are getting fat " "Meow" At this rate you are never going to get married or find a husband "Meow" Starting today I'm putting you on a strict diet "Meow?" = O .O=
    17 answers · Cats · 2 days ago
  • Can I train my pit bull to bite only black people?

    Best answer: You'll have to call Donald Trump to help you on that one.
    Best answer: You'll have to call Donald Trump to help you on that one.
    16 answers · Dogs · 1 day ago
  • My cat seems like she is trying to kill her kittens, but I m not sure. What do ya ll suggest?

    Best answer: The mother cat realises that she is sick and is trying to kill her kittens because they may be sick too. This is called culling; You can look it up if you please. Many mothering cats do this because if they realise their kittens are in pain or are threatened in any way, they want to end it in a humanly way (A... show more
    Best answer: The mother cat realises that she is sick and is trying to kill her kittens because they may be sick too. This is called culling; You can look it up if you please. Many mothering cats do this because if they realise their kittens are in pain or are threatened in any way, they want to end it in a humanly way (A natural thing for mother cats to do.) I would highly suggest even just taking the mother cat and her kittens to the vet to determine what the sickness is and if the kittens have it, could make a huge difference and would be a big step-up.
    8 answers · Cats · 2 days ago
  • My Kitty will not stop eating plastic, help!?

    My year old calico kitty (mocha) will not stop eating plastic! No matter what she always seems to find plastic somewhere and she tares it apart and eats every bit of it she can until shes stopped. This behavior started after getting her spayed. I'm very concerned for her health as eating plastic, her go to is... show more
    My year old calico kitty (mocha) will not stop eating plastic! No matter what she always seems to find plastic somewhere and she tares it apart and eats every bit of it she can until shes stopped. This behavior started after getting her spayed. I'm very concerned for her health as eating plastic, her go to is normally plastic bags, is not good for her. Although when cleaning her litter box I find it in her poop all the time so at least its being digested? But plastic isn't all, she likes to chew up cords as well. Its gotten to the point where shes ruined phone cords and just recently she chewed up a plastic bag my sisters escort dress for my graduation had been in, and put little bit marks into the dress which none of us are happy with. My mother is very fed up with this behavior and is beginning to want her gone but I cannot bare to part with her, I love her beyond words. Any advice on how I can help her stop? Please help!
    10 answers · Cats · 3 days ago
  • Is it ok to euthanize my cat because I can't bring it to my new apartment?

    Best answer: They're cats, you could just let them loose and save the effort and money. It's up to you though. Personally, I wouldn't.
    Best answer: They're cats, you could just let them loose and save the effort and money. It's up to you though. Personally, I wouldn't.
    94 answers · Cats · 6 days ago
  • I'm adopting the grey and white kitten in two weeks. He is male. Any name suggestions?

    I'm adopting the grey and white kitten in two weeks. He is male. Any name suggestions?

    Male Greg and white kitten who I will be adopting in 2 weeks. Need help with name suggestions?
    Male Greg and white kitten who I will be adopting in 2 weeks. Need help with name suggestions?
    8 answers · Cats · 2 days ago
  • Rate my dog 1-10?

    Rate my dog 1-10?

    Best answer: 10/10

    Shaved puѕѕy I have seen, but a shaved pup ...
    Best answer: 10/10

    Shaved puѕѕy I have seen, but a shaved pup ...
    17 answers · Dogs · 2 days ago
  • Why do dogs hate cats ?

    18 answers · Cats · 2 days ago
  • I want to adopt a semi-feral cat?

    There is an extreamly affectionate and sweet semi feral cat nearby who is about 1 year old. I want to take her in but I also have a pet rabbit so I don't how that would turn out. Also how can I litter train her? And should I bath her with a shampoo or just water? Will she become distructive or can I train her... show more
    There is an extreamly affectionate and sweet semi feral cat nearby who is about 1 year old. I want to take her in but I also have a pet rabbit so I don't how that would turn out. Also how can I litter train her? And should I bath her with a shampoo or just water? Will she become distructive or can I train her to use a scratch post? I also think she is pregnant so will, what should I do with that? And finally will it be possible that at some point I will be able to leave her with the rabbit unsupervised? Thank you.
    20 answers · Cats · 4 days ago
  • Dogs: Adoption at seven weeks is becoming the new norm?

    Best answer: I`m with Scarred Decoy on this one. If possible I always get my GSD pups at 6 weeks old. They settle into a new environment faster for a start. A well grown and properly cared for large breed pup is much better off leaving its siblings at this age. Its not illegal in the UK for breeders to sell pups at 6 weeks and... show more
    Best answer: I`m with Scarred Decoy on this one.
    If possible I always get my GSD pups at 6 weeks old.
    They settle into a new environment faster for a start.
    A well grown and properly cared for large breed pup is much better off leaving its siblings at this age.
    Its not illegal in the UK for breeders to sell pups at 6 weeks and many experienced long established breeders will sell pups to an experienced owner at 6 weeks old, especially if the dog is a working breed and will be trained for work or sport.
    Any breeder who will not allow a pup to be sold until its 10 or 12 weeks old is doing the pup a big disservice as the most impressionable age for a pup to be socialised is as SD says from 5 to 13 weeks old. The younger a pup is exposed to all the outside goings on in the world the more confident and stable minded its likely to be as an adult dog.
    Assuming of course its been bred correctly in the first place.
    Jmo.
    12 answers · Dogs · 1 day ago