• How can I stop my dog who is nursing from getting up, stepping on, or sitting on her puppies feeding, or sleeping without watching 24/7?

    NO I'M NOT A BREEDER. I'VE RESCUED AN ENTIRE LITTER AND MOTHER TO RAISE ON MY FARM AND WILL BE SPAYING AND NEUTERING EACH PUP SOON.THESE ARE PETS AND WILL BE LOVED FOREVER. YES I CAN TAKE RESPONSIBILITY AND HAVE ACCOMODATIONS. I LIVE OUT IN THE COUNTRY, NO I AM NOT TROLLING.
    NO I'M NOT A BREEDER. I'VE RESCUED AN ENTIRE LITTER AND MOTHER TO RAISE ON MY FARM AND WILL BE SPAYING AND NEUTERING EACH PUP SOON.THESE ARE PETS AND WILL BE LOVED FOREVER. YES I CAN TAKE RESPONSIBILITY AND HAVE ACCOMODATIONS. I LIVE OUT IN THE COUNTRY, NO I AM NOT TROLLING.
    11 answers · Dogs · 9 hours ago
  • How long do cats recognize their owners for?

    Best answer: Cats actually have really good memories. Better than dogs, both short and long term. My parents got a cat when I was in college, and when they got her, I just happened to be at home, since I had come down with strep, and she kept me company while I laid sick in bed for a few days. Then I went back to school and... show more
    Best answer: Cats actually have really good memories. Better than dogs, both short and long term. My parents got a cat when I was in college, and when they got her, I just happened to be at home, since I had come down with strep, and she kept me company while I laid sick in bed for a few days. Then I went back to school and didn't really see her much except maybe a weekend here and there, until school got out, and each time I came home she totally remembered me. Then after college, I lived at my parents house on and off, and when I was living there, I was totally her favorite. Then a couple years later, I went to a grad school that was much farther away, and so I only came home once or twice per year, and she definitely remembered me still, as she wasn't allowed in my room when I wasn't home, because my mom kept it as a guest room and wanted it to stay cat hair free. But when I came home, if I went to bed, and shut the door, she'd meow until I came and let her in, since she knew I was in there. My mom said she never did that when nobody was in there, or even when any guests stayed in that room, but always did when she knew I was home, and knew I was in there. She also was kind of a rude cat to most people, and even sometimes growled when people picked her up. But she never did that when I picked her up. She liked it when I picked her up. Cats remember a lot more than you think. The article I provided a link to below talks about it.
    11 answers · Cats · 1 day ago
  • What is your cat doing right now?

    What is your cat doing right now?

    Best answer: Two of my cats are on the loveseat, next to me. :) I just took this pic, so you can see my fur babies are really comfortable, lol.
    Best answer: Two of my cats are on the loveseat, next to me. :) I just took this pic, so you can see my fur babies are really comfortable, lol.
    44 answers · Cats · 3 days ago
  • Cat wont eat?

    My 3 month old kitten wont eat its kitten food however when i put other stuff such as wet food it eats them. What can i do to let her eat
    My 3 month old kitten wont eat its kitten food however when i put other stuff such as wet food it eats them. What can i do to let her eat
    12 answers · Cats · 2 days ago
  • Does pedigree predict whether your dog is feisty or not? I ask because if my dog even sees another dog from a distance, she ll go nuts?

    Shes not a pedigree dog, and I love her even more for having a "personality" because those "behaved" dogs seem boring (like my sister s pittie, who is a sweetie, but is dull). The only regret is not being able to take her to per friendly cafes/restaurants.
    Shes not a pedigree dog, and I love her even more for having a "personality" because those "behaved" dogs seem boring (like my sister s pittie, who is a sweetie, but is dull). The only regret is not being able to take her to per friendly cafes/restaurants.
    12 answers · Dogs · 16 hours ago
  • Animal Cruelty?

    So my mom asked me to go out and bring in our dog who is barking. So I simply walk out there and notice that my dog is trying to run away from me. I end up catching her and picking her up, noting that she is wet. I asked my mom about this and she said that she sprayed the dog with a water hose. Our water hose has a... show more
    So my mom asked me to go out and bring in our dog who is barking. So I simply walk out there and notice that my dog is trying to run away from me. I end up catching her and picking her up, noting that she is wet. I asked my mom about this and she said that she sprayed the dog with a water hose. Our water hose has a strong pressure while our dog is just a small chihuahua who hates water. Our dog also has a limp which my mom said she is not sure how our dog got it (I noticed the limp when I got home from school). I’ve been begging my mom to take her to the vet but she refused. I’m really shocked and now seeing my mom differently as I never imagined her abusing our dog. I’ve also noticed my mom has been drinking a lot more and has been acting weird when she drinks. I’m really worried about our dog and our three other dogs since my mom is the main caretaker of them. Should I tell someone or talk to her about it?
    13 answers · Dogs · 19 hours ago
  • Is it possible for an owl to bite you to death?

    Best answer: Yes, if you are a mouse.
    Best answer: Yes, if you are a mouse.
    10 answers · Birds · 8 hours ago
  • BIRD LOVERS: I HAVE A QUESTION FOR YOU?

    Best answer: Most birds don't want peanuts at all. Get some wild bird seed. It's cheap. Eat the peanuts while you watch the birds.
    Best answer: Most birds don't want peanuts at all. Get some wild bird seed. It's cheap. Eat the peanuts while you watch the birds.
    6 answers · Birds · 2 days ago
  • How to keep roaming cats off porch?

    Best answer: Borrow live traps from animal control. Trap the strays and turn them over to animal control. A few fines to redeem their pets should convince your neighbors to keep their cats on their own property where they belong, or else the shelter can find them more responsible homes if their owners don't care enough to... show more
    Best answer: Borrow live traps from animal control. Trap the strays and turn them over to animal control. A few fines to redeem their pets should convince your neighbors to keep their cats on their own property where they belong, or else the shelter can find them more responsible homes if their owners don't care enough to claim them.
    11 answers · Cats · 3 days ago
  • Is it okay for my cat to be fat?

    18 answers · Cats · 2 days ago
  • Why are cats smarter than dogs?

    9 answers · Dogs · 7 hours ago
  • Will my puppy have issues trusting me?

    My boyfriend and I are thinking about getting a puppy, but I’m currently in a different state for the summer. He thinks we should get a puppy when I return home, because he doesn’t believe it will trust me or make a connection with me when I arrive back and it’ll be harder for it to listen to me. Is this true and... show more
    My boyfriend and I are thinking about getting a puppy, but I’m currently in a different state for the summer. He thinks we should get a puppy when I return home, because he doesn’t believe it will trust me or make a connection with me when I arrive back and it’ll be harder for it to listen to me. Is this true and should I just wait until I get back?
    9 answers · Dogs · 19 hours ago
  • I like the way my cat smells, is it weird?

    I love the cat smell 🐈 🐈
    I love the cat smell 🐈 🐈
    13 answers · Cats · 2 days ago
  • How to stop cat from missing the litter box?

    My cat, all of a sudden, is having trouble hitting the litter box when he goes to the bathroom. He has all feet in the box, but he is now backing up more than usual, so when he poops it grazes the edge of the box and falls to the floor, and also when he pees, it goes right over the box's edge and hits the... show more
    My cat, all of a sudden, is having trouble hitting the litter box when he goes to the bathroom. He has all feet in the box, but he is now backing up more than usual, so when he poops it grazes the edge of the box and falls to the floor, and also when he pees, it goes right over the box's edge and hits the floor... What could be causing him to do this suddenly and is there a way to train him not to? He is about 14 years old and has never had a potty problem before.
    10 answers · Cats · 21 hours ago