Ive been reading about goldfish,and it says your not supposed to keep them it bowls.Is this true? Update:My fish are living happily in a 10 gallon tank.Nobody has eaten anybody(I just got 2 really small ones)With plenty of rocks,and a …
My kitten is 5 weeks old tomorrow. I want to know what breed she may be. Look at the pic please. Her mother is a white short hair who produced 2 white short hairs, a black stripped dark brown short hair and her. We dont know who the father kitty is. … more ›
Does anyone know what to do in the case of a tornado if you live in a mobile home with pets and there is no other shelter? In case of severe weather there is no way I am leaving Magic and Angel behind-especially after having to be without them the pa… more ›
So I adopted a Siamese cat... more like she adopted my front porch and I started feeding her. A few months ago I brought her inside. I took her to the vet, got her shots up to date, etc. She was aged at 5 years old and in fine health. So she'… more ›
My husband and I have 5 dog.They bark all night and all day but we can't get any sleep.Does anyony have any great idea to help make the dogs more quiter so we can relax.Please someone help us we would be very greatly appreciate.Take You.
My old girl Lily passed away in December and left behind her catpanion Betty. They had been respectful housemates for 12 years and since Lily's passing, she has needed a lot of extra attention. Once Betty realized she was alone, she howled all nigh… more ›
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as my personal situation deals specifically with cats, this question is primarily aimed at folks with cats, though dog owners may also have some insight. for Christmas i bought our cats some oversize furry mice. these things were *big… 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 ›