• What do Democrats think about the allegations against Barack Hussein Obama by Larry Sinclair?

    Shouldn't there be an FBI investigation to look into the sexual relationship Larry Sinclair had with Barack Hussein Obama? https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=C42v0KZ2...
    Shouldn't there be an FBI investigation to look into the sexual relationship Larry Sinclair had with Barack Hussein Obama? https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=C42v0KZ2...
    9 answers · Politics · 1 day ago
  • Big Dogs or Small Dogs?

    I just really happen to love Big Dogs personally because their is more to hug with them and they're very fun to play fetch with. Small Dog's are nice for picking up and sitting on your lap but I love the breeds for big dogs. I love German Shepards ,Border Collies , Huskies , Golden Retrievers and Labs.
    I just really happen to love Big Dogs personally because their is more to hug with them and they're very fun to play fetch with. Small Dog's are nice for picking up and sitting on your lap but I love the breeds for big dogs. I love German Shepards ,Border Collies , Huskies , Golden Retrievers and Labs.
    10 answers · Dogs · 1 day ago
  • Does my dog think I'm his pillow ? Lol?

    Does my dog think I'm his pillow ? Lol?

    Best answer: awwwwww
    Best answer: awwwwww
    10 answers · Dogs · 1 day ago
  • Will my cat remember I hurt him?

    Will my cat remember I hurt him?

    Best answer: Very unlikely! Our younger Ocicat Viola decided soon after joining us that she was "daddy's girl", and besides sleeping with me she follows me around a lot, and sometimes gets underfoot. This does sometimes result in a stepped on paw and a loud MEOW! The floors are almost all carpeted and we never... show more
    Best answer: Very unlikely! Our younger Ocicat Viola decided soon after joining us that she was "daddy's girl", and besides sleeping with me she follows me around a lot, and sometimes gets underfoot. This does sometimes result in a stepped on paw and a loud MEOW! The floors are almost all carpeted and we never wear shoes in the house, so no real damage is ever done, and she never holds a grudge. Within a few minutes she is back to her "shadow" act. Pretty sure your kitten will be fine, it sure sounds like it. Here is a pic of Viola a few days after moving in with us.

    On the other hand, a cat definitely WILL remember a pattern of repeated and ongoing abuse. Years ago we adopted a female Egyptian Mau who was being retired from breeding. When my wife went to pick Maddie up, she found that the woman kept all her cats in tiny cages. When we got her home, she was extremely frightened and aggressive, one would have thought that she was feral. When anyone entered her room she would hide while hissing and growling. It took us three months of very patient work to socialize her, she became very loving and affectionate with our family, including our three young daughters, but was always shy and skittish around strangers.
    13 answers · Cats · 2 days ago
  • Does anyone else feel like their dog understands them?

    Best answer: That is the beauty of dogs. Especially intelligent dogs.
    Best answer: That is the beauty of dogs. Especially intelligent dogs.
    10 answers · Dogs · 2 days ago
  • My 8 month old was eating out of my cat’s litter box! What should I do?

    Help! I don’t know if I should take him to the hospital or not. I found him stuffing the cat’s leavings into his mouth. I could tell his body was rejecting it because he was also regurgitating the droppings and shoving back into his mouth. Why would my son do this?!? What should I do??
    Help! I don’t know if I should take him to the hospital or not. I found him stuffing the cat’s leavings into his mouth. I could tell his body was rejecting it because he was also regurgitating the droppings and shoving back into his mouth. Why would my son do this?!? What should I do??
    17 answers · Cats · 3 days ago
  • Has my cat been catnapped?

    The day before I spotted a woman feeding my cat. She left behind a plate filled with cat food. The day after(today) both the cat and tray was gone. Could she have taken her? If so, why? I left behind my own food tray w/ water yet she took it as if it was some lost stray. Shouldn't me leaving behind the food be... show more
    The day before I spotted a woman feeding my cat. She left behind a plate filled with cat food. The day after(today) both the cat and tray was gone. Could she have taken her? If so, why? I left behind my own food tray w/ water yet she took it as if it was some lost stray. Shouldn't me leaving behind the food be enough as an indication that she's already owned? Thinking about it is making me extremely anxious. (Although there might be a possibility that my cat's just lurking around somewhere"
    9 answers · Cats · 1 day ago
  • Why are peguins still considered birds when they can't even fly?

    Peguins are so lame. It's like a fish that can't swim.
    Peguins are so lame. It's like a fish that can't swim.
    17 answers · Birds · 5 days ago
  • I accsidently kicked my dog’s head. Do you think she’s okay?

    My dog doesn’t come when it’s called (it’s still a puppy online 6 months old) and so I was chasing after her trying to catch her and than she just stopped dead in her tracks for no reason and I tried to stop but I didn’t in time and I ended up hitting her head with my ankle. She’s a really small dog only 6 pounds.... show more
    My dog doesn’t come when it’s called (it’s still a puppy online 6 months old) and so I was chasing after her trying to catch her and than she just stopped dead in her tracks for no reason and I tried to stop but I didn’t in time and I ended up hitting her head with my ankle. She’s a really small dog only 6 pounds. When I half kicked her in the head she looked dazed and like scrunched up her neck and started swaying her head a couple times. For about 2 minutes she looked not all there and her eyes were weird. But than after 2 minutes she seemed to be normal and started chasing after her toy mouse and jumping on the couch andstuff. Do you think she is okay? She seems to be acting Normal now.
    7 answers · Dogs · 6 hours ago
  • Is spaying safe for a 7 year old chihuahua?

    Best answer: That's something you need to discuss with your vet, who should do all the pre-surgical blood work that may determine whether you should proceed or not.

    All surgeries carry a small amount of risk, regardless of age even healthy dogs.
    Best answer: That's something you need to discuss with your vet, who should do all the pre-surgical blood work that may determine whether you should proceed or not.

    All surgeries carry a small amount of risk, regardless of age even healthy dogs.
    7 answers · Dogs · 9 hours ago
  • My cat can t eat solid food?

    Ive been over at my grandma s house a few times this week and noticed her cat looking very frail, skinny, you can feel her entire spine when you pet her, she s losing hair but doesn t appear to be over grooming it seems like it s just falling out, chirps kind of funny when you go to pet her. I gave her some hard... show more
    Ive been over at my grandma s house a few times this week and noticed her cat looking very frail, skinny, you can feel her entire spine when you pet her, she s losing hair but doesn t appear to be over grooming it seems like it s just falling out, chirps kind of funny when you go to pet her. I gave her some hard food and she wanted to eat it but didn t seem capable, I put some water in it and let it get a bit soft and she went to town on it. Does anyone know what could be going on to cause her not being able to eat some things? She s maybe around 7 years old.
    8 answers · Cats · 2 days ago
  • How do you know when a dog needs to go to the bathroom?

    Best answer: That depends on the dog. Every dog lets you know differently. Look for slightly unusual behavior, like sitting in front of you and staring at you, or running in circles, or running towards the door, or whining for no apparent reason.
    Best answer: That depends on the dog. Every dog lets you know differently. Look for slightly unusual behavior, like sitting in front of you and staring at you, or running in circles, or running towards the door, or whining for no apparent reason.
    7 answers · Dogs · 10 hours ago
  • Will Texas vote for the most hated man in politics because he has an R in front of his name? Will the same people who said things like?

    Best answer: Here's how I make sense of the ever changing GOP opinions......if the decision requires a spine, or courage, the GOP will run away. If it's the easy money-give me free stuff-easy way out they'll jump on it.
    Best answer: Here's how I make sense of the ever changing GOP opinions......if the decision requires a spine, or courage, the GOP will run away. If it's the easy money-give me free stuff-easy way out they'll jump on it.
    6 answers · Rodents · 11 hours ago
  • Do you agree that these are a "Lovely Pair of Dogs"?

    Do you agree that these are a "Lovely Pair of Dogs"?

    Best answer: What dogs? I see no dogs.
    Best answer: What dogs? I see no dogs.
    9 answers · Dogs · 2 days ago
  • Dog problems back left leg. HELP!?

    My dog is about a year and a half years old. She is a pit, lab, shepard mix. Lately she has been having trouble with her back left leg. Sometimes she will run, jump, play with no issues but then sometimes she will avoid putting pressure on the leg. She will sit and keep that leg off the ground, avoiding using it... show more
    My dog is about a year and a half years old. She is a pit, lab, shepard mix. Lately she has been having trouble with her back left leg. Sometimes she will run, jump, play with no issues but then sometimes she will avoid putting pressure on the leg. She will sit and keep that leg off the ground, avoiding using it going down the steps also. Just seems strange to me its very very random at times. It is almost like her leg fell asleep or something. Any ideas? Has this happened to your dog? I have an appointment coming up this week with the vet for her but im obviously researching like crazy because she is my best friend and its painful not knowing what exactly is wrong. Thank you in advance for any input.
    7 answers · Dogs · 12 hours ago
  • Question for Pitbull defenders?

    I keep hearing a lot of pitbull owners and pitbull defenders use the argument: It's not the dog's fault, its the human's fault for raising them poorly! Everything is the fault of humans! All dogs are beautiful and perfect! F*ck all humans! So apparently these humans are raising these pitbulls to... show more
    I keep hearing a lot of pitbull owners and pitbull defenders use the argument: It's not the dog's fault, its the human's fault for raising them poorly! Everything is the fault of humans! All dogs are beautiful and perfect! F*ck all humans! So apparently these humans are raising these pitbulls to become violent and that's why they snap and attack their own owners and maul little children to death? If that's the case then how come you never hear of K-9 German Shepherd units ever attacking anyone? Those dogs are strictly trained from the age of puppies, to chase and hunt down criminals. Not to mention aggressively bite at them. But you never hear of K-9 German Shepherds ever straying off and killing innocent people or ever snapping on their owners do you? This might sound insanely farfetched, but is it possible that the problem is in the breed? I have seen articles of pitbulls killing children and their owners, and in the comments section of those articles you can see hundreds of pitbull defenders saying '' It's the human's fault! They probably triggered the pitbull to attack by blinking their eyes....or by breathing too loud! Those nasty humans! Leave those beautiful pitbulls alone! ''
    28 answers · Dogs · 6 days ago
  • My cat that's been missing for 7 MONTHS just came home!! Buy I have a new kitten HELP PLEASEE?

    My male cat who is 6 years old & not neutered went missing 7 months ago in march he was an outdoor cat & always came home to eat & sleep in the day then he'd be out for a few hours sometimes even a few days but he always came back within a week.. so 3 days ago after giving up searching for him after... show more
    My male cat who is 6 years old & not neutered went missing 7 months ago in march he was an outdoor cat & always came home to eat & sleep in the day then he'd be out for a few hours sometimes even a few days but he always came back within a week.. so 3 days ago after giving up searching for him after 7 months! I had decided to get a new kitten he's been settling in perfectly & he's 10 weeks old.. but about an hour ago I had left my window open & my old cat came back fat! well fed & clean & looked after so he obviously found another home! I left my window open for the best part of 7 months & he never ever came home until today 3 days after getting my new kitten! Its crazy! I put my old cat in the living room fed him he was purring & was sitting between my legs... I put him on a furry blanket & hes fallen asleep.. it's so strange its like he never left! My new kitten is now locked in my bedroom with me I'm obviously keeping them apart because I know my old cat will kill him! He was a very anti social cat always hissed at visitors & my moms dog etc thats why im shocked he found a new home as he's not neutered .. but now I don't know what to do! My new kitten has a vet appointment next week to get neutered & is forever going to be an indoor cat I learnt from my mistakes with my old cat..
    13 answers · Cats · 3 days ago
  • Fluid but no babies on chihuahua scan?

    Best answer: It could very well be a false pregnancy. False pregnancy will include all symptoms of a pregnancy (including an increase of girth).. Just no puppies. Your only option is to wait until closer to the due date and see what develops. Even if its a false pregnancy.. I do believe the typical course of action is to... show more
    Best answer: It could very well be a false pregnancy. False pregnancy will include all symptoms of a pregnancy (including an increase of girth).. Just no puppies.
    Your only option is to wait until closer to the due date and see what develops.

    Even if its a false pregnancy.. I do believe the typical course of action is to wait a month or two and let symptoms sort themselves out.. The body either realizes its not supporting puppies and the hormones even back out, or it goes thru the entire stages- up to and including "labor".. If they continue to persist past the "due date", the treatment is hormones and possibly spay. Dogs who go thru false pregnancies are at higher risk of issues like pyometra.. I reccomend spaying if this is indeed a false pregnancy.
    9 answers · Dogs · 2 days ago