Nearly a half hour ago, my cat ate a small piece of a plastic bag. Should I induce vomiting? If so, how? Or should I wait for her to pass it? If so, how long should I wait until taking her to the vet? I just cleaned the litter boxes so I can watch for anything new, but she just used the box earlier, so that could take time.1 AnswerCats3 years ago
Do they shave your head upon arrival to basic training? And once completing basic, do you have to keep hair/facial hair at a certain length and style?5 AnswersMilitary4 years ago
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Got it a week ago with some basic apps prepackaged, as well as installing Life 360 and Pandora. But a message keeps appearing tell me that my memory is full; do 360 and Pandora really take up that much space? How do I delete them and other apps?1 AnswerCell Phones & Plans6 years ago
There have to be 40 - 50 buttons, and I have no idea which one I hit; all I get is a blue button. Is there anything I can do, or should I reset the box back to default or something?1 AnswerTVs6 years ago
A few days ago I decided to start working out/exercising out of the blue. I'm doing sit-ups, push-ups, and lifting small (15 lb.) dumbbells. The abdominal soreness came and went quickly, but my arms are extremely sore near the crook of the elbows, along with the biceps. Am I pushing myself too far, or will I get used to these workouts if I continue, with the soreness going away on its own?3 AnswersDiet & Fitness6 years ago
My cousin, who weight trains, tells me that you're supposed to only work out every other day, taking a day for your muscles to rest and recover. I've suddenly decided to start working out/exercising now, and for the last two days have done 50 sit-ups and 25 push-ups (today I've even lifted 15 lb. dumbbells). I plan to start using an exercise bike soon too.
Is it true what he says? Should I rest every other day, or can I do these workouts every day?1 AnswerDiet & Fitness6 years ago
I want to join the academy, and am curious about the requirement of an "extensive" background check before being accepted. How are these background checks performed, and exactly how "extensive" can they be?3 AnswersLaw Enforcement & Police6 years ago
A short while ago today I hurt my kitten's leg; she was laying under my legs (I didn't realize this until afterward) and I when I was getting up, I must've put pressure on her leg, because when I realized what I'd done I put her on the floor and she was limping with the back right leg.
She didn't make any noises when I crushed her leg, but is limping anyway. She seems more irritable when I pick her up, even when I don't press on her leg. And when I do, she reacts sharply and with a little yelp when I press the lower part of the leg, just above the paw. Other than that, she seems pretty normal.
She's about nine weeks old, if that matters.
An hour ago I hurt my kitten's leg; she was laying under my legs (I didn't realize this until afterward) and I when I was getting up, I must've put pressure on her leg, because when I realized what I'd done I put her on the floor and she was limping with the back right leg.
She didn't make any noises when I crushed her leg, but is limping anyway. She seems more irritable when I pick her up, even when I don't press on her leg. And when I do, she doesn't make any more noise than if I touch her other legs. Other than that, she seems pretty normal.
She's about nine weeks old, if that matters.1 AnswerCats6 years ago
About an hour ago I noticed a soreness on the inner part of my *** cheek. I can't see it, but it feels slightly raised from the surrounding skin and sore to the touch. I know a pimple can feel the same way, but I do sit down a lot (a lot lot), and that's how bed sores are formed. So are there any differences in how pimples and bed sores look or feel?2 AnswersSkin Conditions6 years ago
I got this kitten, several weeks old, about two weeks ago, and for the first few days she had diarrhea. While this went away, in the last two days she has now vomited twice. After the first time (in which she threw up what looked like the cat milk we had given her), we assumed it was the type of food and switched to a different type. All seemed fine until just a few minutes ago, when she vomited up the food she had earlier.
Everything else seems fine; she runs around and plays, has a good appetite, and she is no longer having diarrhea, so what could be the problem?
I got a 3 week old kitten yesterday from a friend of my mom's. She ate yesterday and this morning fine, but hasn't taken a drink of water yet. While this alone is worrying, she also hasn't **** yet (in the litterbox or otherwise). We've put her in the box numerous times already, but she just hops out of it and wants to play. She seems very normal, playful and willing to eat; just hasn't **** or taken a drink of water since we got her yesterday afternoon. Why?
And I know she hasn't gone yet, as we've mainly kept her in one room so far, and I don't see anything.
I sent an voter application through the mail almost a month ago and haven't gotten anything back about it. I found a website (https://www.pavoterservices.state.pa.us/Pages/vote... that verifies whether or not you're registered; I've entered my information repeated over the last few weeks and it keeps coming up with no information, so I guess it means I'm not registered.
What did I do wrong? Should I reprint the application and send it through the mail again? Or should I do the process in person if possible? And how would I do that anyway?1 AnswerElections6 years ago