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  • DOVAHKIINDOVAHKIIN smash! Posts: 6,027Friend of Soompi

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    edited March 2007
    ^I'm gonna take a random stab at it: The cat is smart enough not to scrap with your dog so it won't get in trouble...

    OR it may be a territorial kind of thing when you're not around.
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  • `faded`faded I was on Se7en's Top 8 on Myspace!! 06/05/08 Posts: 2,223Member
    I have a year old dog...half german shepherd and half border collie..let me tell you..she's a freakishly energetic dog -___-..gosh damn it..LOL..although she's sooooo smart..she knows how to open doors o_O...she loves to catch balls up in the air..she learns tricks pretty fast..and she can be pretty naughty when she wants to be image..LOL..

    like one time my mom scolded her for doing something..she sniffed at all the shoes on the floor...and found my mom's shoe..and peed on it..and I mean the aim was pretty damn good LOL...I was like WTH hahaha..

    and ya..we feed her strictly dog food =)..wet dog food I heard has mold and fungi..so NEVER FEED IT THAT aiy..we give my dog carrots, apples, pears, watermelon, and rice..and they're all ok for the dog..=)
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  • orphanniesorphannies where am i again?Posts: 487Friend of Soompi
    QUOTE(YOURS2ENVY @ Mar 21 2007, 01:30 PM) »
    OH AND I HAVE A QUESTION (probably common sense but..I'm lacking it atm)
    will small dogs and cats fight? like..if I leave them at home? they're both trained, and they don't seem to hate each other when I'm there..but whenever I go to sleep sometimes I hear fighting outside in the living room :| and when I go out to see what it is..my smaller dog (I have one ooooooold husky + one tiny pom) runs under the couch and the cat runs into my room. I don't get it.. ><



    they're just "playing around" image I have a yorkie and the few instances that he is outside and the neighborhood cats are also in our backyard, they both just tend to keep away from each other. actually my dog just goes about sniffing and what not paying no attention to the cat.

    my guess is, one of them is getting territorial....thus you hear the fighting.
  • JF21©JF21© Posts: 3,369Friend of Soompi
    YAY!! the pet thread!! *jumps up and down*

    now here's the deal with my cat Kitty:

    whenever i'm walking down the hallway or something he always like tries to walk between my feet..it's really annoying..and once i even stepped on him image...why do cats do this?! does anybody know what i'm talking about? how can i make him stop doing that...i'm scared that he's gonna get hurt..
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  • JiNi;JiNi; lol i'm lazy to change my avvy :D Virginia Beach, VA, USAPosts: 3,374Member

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    Um.. I have a question.. is there something wrong with my puppy if his tounge is black? image
  • AMIbunnyAMIbunny Whee! Bay Area.Posts: 4,547Friend of Soompi
    QUOTE(JiNi; @ Mar 22 2007, 08:29 PM) »
    Um.. I have a question.. is there something wrong with my puppy if his tounge is black? image



    no actually theres nothing wrong . some dogs have black tongues image
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  • orphanniesorphannies where am i again?Posts: 487Friend of Soompi
    QUOTE(JiNi; @ Mar 22 2007, 08:29 PM) »
    Um.. I have a question.. is there something wrong with my puppy if his tounge is black? image


    um...was it black before or did you just notice it now? what kind of dog is your puppy? is the puppy a chow or a sharpaes? or a mix? if he/she is a chow or sharpaes (or mix with chow or sharpaes) then its normal. They tend to have black tongues....
  • AziraphaleAziraphale STOP CAT ABUSE!! Posts: 7,274Member

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    QUOTE(JuicyFruit21 @ Mar 22 2007, 09:12 PM) »
    YAY!! the pet thread!! *jumps up and down*

    now here's the deal with my cat Kitty:

    whenever i'm walking down the hallway or something he always like tries to walk between my feet..it's really annoying..and once i even stepped on him image...why do cats do this?! does anybody know what i'm talking about? how can i make him stop doing that...i'm scared that he's gonna get hurt..


    My cat does that too sometimes. I interpret it as his way of showing affection - or sometimes just being naughty and wanting to play with you. If you don't want him doing that, next time lift him away from your feet with a firm "No". They usually get it after a while.

    If you do accidentally step on your cat, just hug him and say sorry. image
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  • lovehunter12lovehunter12 MalaysiaPosts: 2,059Member
    >_< i freakin love animals...

    I hope this thread would be able to post pics of their pets..

    I used to have pets : dogs, cats, hamsters, turtles, fishes, monkeys, rabbits and raccoons.

    I want a Persian / Angora cat so badly right now...
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  • mailynmailyn Miami, FloridaPosts: 47Member
    QUOTE(Aziraphale @ Mar 23 2007, 04:27 AM) »
    My cat does that too sometimes. I interpret it as his way of showing affection - or sometimes just being naughty and wanting to play with you. If you don't want him doing that, next time lift him away from your feet with a firm "No". They usually get it after a while.

    If you do accidentally step on your cat, just hug him and say sorry. image


    Actually dogs do this too except that most are big enough where they can't wrap themselves around your legs, however, my two big dogs have tripped me and mo mom a few times because they walk [or try to] between our legs. The worse is when you have a little dog. I've a little one who is around 10 pounds only so it's kind of like a cat. She does do that and yes, we've stepped on her little feet before but we've learned to just be extra careful when she is around. I guess they do this as a sign of affection ya know? They love you so much they just want to be on top of you 24/7. image
  • orphanniesorphannies where am i again?Posts: 487Friend of Soompi
    QUOTE(mailyn @ Mar 23 2007, 06:55 AM) »
    Actually dogs do this too except that most are big enough where they can't wrap themselves around your legs, however, my two big dogs have tripped me and mo mom a few times because they walk [or try to] between our legs. The worse is when you have a little dog. I've a little one who is around 10 pounds only so it's kind of like a cat. She does do that and yes, we've stepped on her little feet before but we've learned to just be extra careful when she is around. I guess they do this as a sign of affection ya know? They love you so much they just want to be on top of you 24/7. image


    I know exactly what you mean. My dog weights just a little over 10lbs and hes a little sneaky one. Most of the time I don't even know I've stepped on him, I just hear him squeal image He's stopped trying to walk in btwn my legs now though. But his new thing now is to sneak up behind me, I still step on him once in a while though image
  • chocomochachocomocha |_ o &#33;&#092;&#33; I) O /&#092;Posts: 1,128Member

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    I have a question : what does it mean if a cat wraps its tail around ur leg? .. and walks around ur leg? ..

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  • Malice_KaiserMalice_Kaiser The Real ? Posts: 12,072Member

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    @JuicyFruit, is your cat trying to rub up against your legs? Cats rubbing up against you, yes, is a sign of affection. More specifically it's like they're marking their territory ("I love you; you're mine." type of thing, heh heh image ). My cats do it all the time, it's so cute. X.X One of 'em always gets all up in the way every morning getting ready for school, running around me and between my legs. I just pick her up and carry her around with me. ^^;
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  • aboubooabouboo Posts: 48Member
    edited March 2007
    question... ok i have a turtle.. the ones you buy at china town image

    anyways i had him for like 1 year now. i feed him shrimp stuff, but for some reason he stopped eating it. My friend's mom says that turtles hibernate during the winter, but i dunno if what she said was true.. can someone help me? image
  • Malice_KaiserMalice_Kaiser The Real ? Posts: 12,072Member

    IDOL

    ^ Maybe he got tired of shrimp. image
    Rofl, I dunno, see if it'll eat anything else. image
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  • kodoukodou massachusettsPosts: 215Member
    Is it still okay to spay/neuter your cat/dog even if they're over a year old?
    And how much does the operations cost usually?
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  • koumikoumi nowhere landPosts: 2,909Friend of Soompi

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    QUOTE(abouboo @ Mar 23 2007, 04:39 PM) »
    question... ok i have a turtle.. the ones you buy at china town image

    anyways i had him for like 1 year now. i feed him shrimp stuff, but for some reason he stopped eating it. My friend's mom says that turtles hibernate during the winter, but i dunno if what she said was true.. can someone help me? image


    i would contact any pet store and ask what are the turtle's diet. You could probably bring it in and ask if they are familiar with your turtle. Also, contact the vet and see what they say as well. I really doubt just feeding him shrimp will do. He probably needs more nutrient than that.

    QUOTE(kodou @ Mar 24 2007, 05:01 PM) »
    Is it still okay to spay/neuter your cat/dog even if they're over a year old?
    And how much does the operations cost usually?


    It's never too late to get your dog/cat fixed. As for the cost of the operation, it depends on the vet clinic but I don't think it'll cost that much. Maybe within 100 or so. The animal shelter would be cheaper to get it down then your nearby vet clinic. You should contact the animal shelter and vet to see how much it cost. Also, any questions you have about getting your pets fixed. It never hurts to call and ask.
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  • JiNi;JiNi; lol i'm lazy to change my avvy :D Virginia Beach, VA, USAPosts: 3,374Member

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    edited March 2007
    QUOTE(open_notes @ Mar 22 2007, 11:33 PM) »
    no actually theres nothing wrong . some dogs have black tongues image



    ook thanks cuz my parents thought it was weird XD

    And ya my puppy is mixed with chow image

    I have another question..

    My puppy has stopped eating for like almost a week now o_o'' he refuses to eat his dog food. I give him IAMS.. is that the dogfood that had the poisoning???
  • koumikoumi nowhere landPosts: 2,909Friend of Soompi

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    edited March 2007
    QUOTE(JiNi; @ Mar 24 2007, 11:06 PM) »
    ook thanks cuz my parents thought it was weird XD

    And ya my puppy is mixed with chow image

    I have another question..

    My puppy has stopped eating for like almost a week now o_o'' he refuses to eat his dog food. I give him IAMS.. is that the dogfood that had the poisoning???


    Here's list of all the dog food that's been recalled.
    http://www.menufoods.com/recall/product_dog.html

    For those owning a cat,
    http://www.menufoods.com/recall/product_cat.html

    My friend send me a link and thank goodness none of my dog food is listed. Make sure to check the date and item number they listed.
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  • orphanniesorphannies where am i again?Posts: 487Friend of Soompi
    QUOTE(JiNi; @ Mar 24 2007, 09:06 PM) »
    ook thanks cuz my parents thought it was weird XD

    And ya my puppy is mixed with chow image

    I have another question..

    My puppy has stopped eating for like almost a week now o_o'' he refuses to eat his dog food. I give him IAMS.. is that the dogfood that had the poisoning???



    IAMS is on the list of name brands with the food pooisoning. But I believe its only the wet food. You might want to bring your dog to the vet if he's not eating. There might be something wrong with him. Just a precaution...
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