They have been eating this brand for at least 6 months and have always liked it just fine, but now it seems like they are always begging for more food, even though the dish is full. Is it possible we just got a bad batch or something? Or are they a… more ›
I came across this comment & it made me wonder... "The shelter charges way too much to adopt a pet, thats why they are full. I know they have costs to cover for caring for the animals, but I think there would be a higher adoption rate if … more ›
Does anyone know how to get info about a pet news article to the people at zootoo ? I have an e-mail from a friend with a newsreport about a man in Texas who helped a duck get her hatchlings from a building to the ground and the water.… more ›
I have a two year old calico female that is absolutely obsessed with plastic bags (and anything similar.) I'm really worried about this because she likes to chew on them and I'm scared it will hurt her. Any idea why she would be doing this?
I am part of a feral cat rescue group and I feed birds front yard and back. I love both sets of critters. My 2 indoor/outdoor cats hunt gophers,but rarely do i see them bothering the bird. They were mulitiple bells and if I see one contemplateing bir… more ›
My 3 year old boy cat pees in the liter box, but insists on pooping in the bathtub! We wash with cleaner after every time but he continues to prefer that spot over the litter box. On the occasion that he does use the litter box 50% of the time he poo… more ›
I find that many of my questions are answers to questions I didn't ask. Many people seem to assume a question is asked to solicit advice. That isn't always the case. For example, I asked a question about what projects or programs h… more ›
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A: Ches, I just sent you a message to let you know that all your stuff is on here. I was able to see all your photos, blogs, questions, etc. … more ›
Answer by Momba
A: The best thing to do is make sure of what it is by seeing your vet. It could be nothing, but why take the chance that it could be something… more ›