• Why do birds suddenly appear?

    7 answers · Birds · 18 hours ago
  • Are Mini Horses and Ponys the same thing ?!?

    In a fight with someone and this might be stupid but I need to know.
    In a fight with someone and this might be stupid but I need to know.
    8 answers · Horses · 1 day ago
  • What would a bet recommend for pink eye?

    My puppy as an abnormal amount of drainage from her left eye. It might not be pink eye; but, what would I expect from a vet visit.
    My puppy as an abnormal amount of drainage from her left eye. It might not be pink eye; but, what would I expect from a vet visit.
    15 answers · Dogs · 17 hours ago
  • Should I declaw my cat?

    Best answer: Declawing a cat is a really big decision, and one that can have permanent repercussions for you and your animal. I'll try to summarize some information for you. Declawing a cat is no simple procedure. It's not simply like trimming their nails or even cutting them off entirely. A cats claw is actually... show more
    Best answer: Declawing a cat is a really big decision, and one that can have permanent repercussions for you and your animal. I'll try to summarize some information for you.

    Declawing a cat is no simple procedure. It's not simply like trimming their nails or even cutting them off entirely. A cats claw is actually infused with their finger, so declawing them is basically like chopping off part of their fingers. If you want to compare it with a human procedure, it would be likely chopping off your fingers where they bend. It is very painful for the cat and has been banned in many countries for being inhumane.

    While declawing a cat obviously removes the risk that they will scratch you and damage your house, it poses other risks. Many cats are reported to have mood changes after the operation, and some tend to be more aggressive and bite more (and a cat's bite is MUCH more dangerous than getting scratched). Declawing also takes away their natural weapon- should your cat ever find himself against another animal, he will have not way to defend himself.

    In summary, you CAN declaw your cat. It's not the end of the world for the cat, and many declawed cats live healthy, happy lives. But it's a BIG decision to consider, and it may have negative repercussions for you and your kitty.
    17 answers · Cats · 2 days ago
  • Democracy doesn't work. Should Britain become a dictatorship?

    Best answer: Definitely, we need discipline in society to restore morality and wholesome family values to Britain and this can only be achieved with a National Socialist ideology with a 90% monochromatic society. Therefore, foreigners will be encouraged to leave or direct action will be necessary.
    Best answer: Definitely, we need discipline in society to restore morality and wholesome family values to Britain and this can only be achieved with a National Socialist ideology with a 90% monochromatic society. Therefore, foreigners will be encouraged to leave or direct action will be necessary.
    12 answers · Politics · 21 hours ago
  • Should I get a kitten?

    I have been thinking about getting a kitten but and unsure. I just dont want to pay alot of money for them. Like if I get a kitten and later on it life it needs surgery I will put it down because at the end of the day shes just an animal and Im not forkin gout 2k for surgery. I am fully capable of buying food and... show more
    I have been thinking about getting a kitten but and unsure. I just dont want to pay alot of money for them. Like if I get a kitten and later on it life it needs surgery I will put it down because at the end of the day shes just an animal and Im not forkin gout 2k for surgery. I am fully capable of buying food and litter, toys and all the essentials... though anything over $200 I would not spend on any animal I own.
    17 answers · Cats · 2 days ago
  • Does insect spray kill geckos?

    8 answers · Reptiles · 7 hours ago
  • How to get my cat to like vegetables ?

    I want her to have a well-balanced diet.
    I want her to have a well-balanced diet.
    14 answers · Cats · 2 days ago
  • Guys I need your answers. What to do on my puppy, around of his eyes is red?

    Best answer: Get another vet and get this pup in there to be treated properly. Longer you wait, the worse the pup will be and you may end up with severe eye infection or worse (loss of eyesight).
    Best answer: Get another vet and get this pup in there to be treated properly. Longer you wait, the worse the pup will be and you may end up with severe eye infection or worse (loss of eyesight).
    9 answers · Dogs · 1 day ago
  • How do I increase my dog's prey drive?

    She seems to have like no enthusiasm at all. She's part greyhound and is super fast but she sees a rabbit and just kinda trots toward it but never chases it. I want to take her hunting and she's got all the physical qualities of a phenomenal hunting dog. She's incredibly smart and obedient. She can see... show more
    She seems to have like no enthusiasm at all. She's part greyhound and is super fast but she sees a rabbit and just kinda trots toward it but never chases it. I want to take her hunting and she's got all the physical qualities of a phenomenal hunting dog. She's incredibly smart and obedient. She can see things further away than I can, and I have 20/20. The only thing she lacks is prey drive.
    11 answers · Dogs · 1 day ago
  • Is it considered “child-like” to own a hamster at 16?

    Best answer: I'm 21 and still have Syrian hamster I used to have 2 but my winter white sadly died 2 weeks ago of old age. when my Syrian goes I'm thinking about getting another so 16 isn't childish to own a hamster, hamsters can be owned by people of all ages. If you want another pet maybe gerbils, Degu, Leopard... show more
    Best answer: I'm 21 and still have Syrian hamster I used to have 2 but my winter white sadly died 2 weeks ago of old age. when my Syrian goes I'm thinking about getting another so 16 isn't childish to own a hamster, hamsters can be owned by people of all ages.

    If you want another pet maybe gerbils, Degu, Leopard Gecko or guinea pigs if you still feel like owning a hamster is childish :)
    10 answers · Rodents · 2 days ago
  • I’m worried about my cat. I think she may she struggling with going to the bathroom?

    Her cat litter box is down in the basement. It’s always been there and it’s always clean. She would just walk downstairs and go, but now she’s acting weird. She’ll cry over and over and stand at the top of the stairs staring at me. I usher her to go downstairs and she does a little but it’s like I have to walk down... show more
    Her cat litter box is down in the basement. It’s always been there and it’s always clean. She would just walk downstairs and go, but now she’s acting weird. She’ll cry over and over and stand at the top of the stairs staring at me. I usher her to go downstairs and she does a little but it’s like I have to walk down the stairs with her. I know she has to go to the bathroom whenever she does this because once we get down there she goes. Does anyone understand why she’s doing this? She has also peed in my bed two times in the past week. I’m not sure if she can’t get down stairs but she doesn’t have a problem getting around normally. She’s playful and jumps around still. She’s been alive for about 7-8 years, so maybe she’s getting old? I’m not sure.
    11 answers · Cats · 2 days ago