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I need to get her spayed but I dont have the money right now. How can I help her?
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Don't get an animal if you can't afford it you fucking mong
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>>3214523
Yeah OP. Either let her suffer or sacrifice your morals and ticket to heaven.
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>>3214521
Either you give her the pill or you'll have to stand your cat in heat for the next week.
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>>3215071
Neither did God. But now you know it exists.

I was out collecting shells at low tide this July 3rd at Orange Beach in Alabama. I saw some movement above me and didn’t think much about it. I turned around and saw a bird around 5ft tall staring at me without moving. Freaked me out but I continued looking for shells. I turned around again about half a mile later and it was right behind me again staring at me. That really spooked me and I ended up running like a madman back to hotel. What bird was this? It was white and right by the water. Was it trying to scare me off or was it curious?
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>>3215064
>curious?
Couldn’t be this, it was solid white. You’ll have to forgive my shitty description, I’m not a biologist at all.
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>>3215070
This looks like it. Are they territorial or aggressive?
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>>3215073
The parents aggressively defend the nest and their young.

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please i would like to pat theyre litle heads plaese make them funy to.
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is this shitty looking potted plant legit or a hoax for soccer moms? i cant find any info on it, i even got to the 5th page in jewgle
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>>3214724
It's a real plant, Sansevieria cylindrica.
BUT
First, they are leaf cuttings, not whole plants, so each leaf will grow a new plant or two with the right conditions.
Second, that coloured furry shit on the tips is obviously not real. The leaves are dipped in it.
Third.
Don't buy this shit. It's cancer.
Thanks.
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>>3214724
are you retarded

mrow
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:3
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>>3213919
nice
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catfag """""""""""""""""""""""""''humour"""""""""""""""""""""""""""""""""""
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Ladies and gentlemen I've come to say the T word
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>>3214997
TREATS?!

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>>3214991
This. Stringifying a horse is a demonic act.
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My horse is becoming more stubborn with each day. How do I fix this?
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>>3215457
Half an hour every day
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>>3215457
Too much or not enough bullying.
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>>3215457
You must assert your dominance by demonstrating that you are more extreme than your horse. Personally I recommend juggling chainsaws while riding a unicycle in front of them.

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Can cats eat salami?
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inshallah cat salami i'll lick 'em
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>>3203102
Can't cat kidneys filter salt water? I doubt a little Salami would hurt.
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>>3214861
Hence why it's a little salami and not a lot. Dogs can have a little chocolate like if you drop a piece on accident and they get it before you can but don't feed them an entire Hershey's bar or you're asking for trouble.
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>>3214897
my dog ate an entire bag of Hershey's kisses on Christmas and lived for another 10 years
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>>3214958
Some dogs are strong. Although if I remember correctly it's actually baking chocolate which is much more dangerous for a dog to eat and regular candy chocolate has stuff in it that makes it a little less harmful.

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Just found my cat attacking this bird wtf do I do?
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Kill cat
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>>3212392
Stop letting your cat outdoors by itself, use a leash on it.
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Save the wildlife, kill a cat.
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>>3213730
creepy burd people always be resorting to violence like they are the niggers of pet owners
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>>3213759
My sister actually spanks her cat, but I'm not around enough to see if it helps

Can we have a thread for everything rodent related?
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>>3213939
Some guy insists on posting a pic of a Hebrew.
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What are some rodent petting techniques?
Do all rodents like to be pet the same ways?
I'd guess maybe hamsters feel differently about their cheeks being rubbed but idk.
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>>3214657
My hamster loved getting gently rubbed behind her ears. She'd be sanic all the time and try to bite my hand, but as soon as my finger touched her ear she'd stop moving, slowly close her eyes, and lay down.

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cowe
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I think you're mistaken that's a tapire
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>>3214767
my dog
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Watch out, anon, that's a bedbug.

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>>3214629
>when you come home without scooby snacks for the THIRD TIME
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>>3209187
That dog needs some food.
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>>3214662
Fuck off furfag.
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>>3212169
Nothing to see here

How the hell do they train horses for acting?
Especially for those scenes with loud noises like all the gunfire blanks and having them drop and tumble so quickly? It seems like something hard to get them willing to do to me.
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>>3212621
the same way they got trained for actual war I guess
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>>3212621
>It seems like something hard to get them willing to do to me.
It probably is.
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>>3212621
Nowadays a lot of it is CGI.

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Post kot reaction images of any kind
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>>3212055
>TACH
>NYAN
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>>3214628
audibly kek'd

Cute animals
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Very cute.
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>>3212310
My dog
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>>3214562
>>3214563
looks shy

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Why have the Late Cretaceous period dinosaurs become the most famous?
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>>3213975
they were and I agree with you. I have the Dinossaurs collection (gotta see how much that goes on sale these days) and the first dino to appear there was literally the T-rex . But if you don't aknowledge that JP pretty much reinvented the T-rex you're clueless.
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>>3214050
look at this outdated T.Rex illustration. No one would use it today.
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>>3213978
Birds are avian dinosaurs, descendants of teropods
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>>3213978
The clade Dinosauria is synonymous with the English word dinosaur. Birds are in Dinosauria, since you can't take out a taxon from its ancestor taxa, so therefore, they are dinosaurs. Taking Avialae out of Dinosauria would be paraphyletic, because other theropods and sauropods are closer to them than they are to any dinosaur of Ornithischia.
Mammals aren't truly fish because "fish" is a common word with no basis on taxonomy whatsoever, meaning any vertebrate that's not a tetrapod. But they can be fish if you translate Osteichthyes to its English meaning, "bony fish". Then yes, in this case, humans, dinosaurs, birds, are all fish.
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>>3213978
Bird are dinosaurs retard,they are part of the clade dinosauria


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