Does anyone have a cat that just loves to talk, talk, talk? Pops is new addition to the family and he won't shut up. He can be any place in the house and talk (to himself). It's like he doesn't know what he wants but he doesn't wan… more ›
Time is fast approaching where both my Alapaha Blueblood Bulldogs will need to be neutered. Coco Molly is 18 weeks and Bruno is now 16 weeks. I would like to know what type of care I will need to provide to them after their surgeries. I am with them … more ›
Several weeks ago, I saw a piece on a morning tv show about making your own cat litter using newspaper. It is somehow "soaked" in water with borax (or something like that) and allowed to dry. Then it can be crumbled and used like clay litter. I di… more ›
Can someone tell me why zootoo will save a reply you make to a question or save a reply you make to someones posting on a news article and the next day it is gone? I made several replies to the article on puppy mills. Zootoo said each one was saved. … more ›
I'm wondering if any "people foods" are ok for cats for a special extremely rare meal (like a holiday or birthday). I was thinking on the lines of some chunk light tuna or salmon in water. My cat rarely eats anything except Blue Organics cat food so … more ›
I'm looking to make my family bigger by adopting some new pets and was wondering what kinds of pets everyone else has and likes, could you please give me your opinion on the animal type you pick and why...thank you so much!!!
I'm asking this for a friend. She's trying to get in touh with her vet right now. What are possible and most likely causes of vomiting in two dogs that live in the same household? What canine contagious diseases are possible and what substances in… more ›
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Answer by Momba
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 ›