Discussion in 'General Forum' started by Dirty Sanchez, Mar 8, 2016.
Awwww she’s so big now!! And now I’m mad that you didn’t post nearly enough puppy pictures
My weirdo watching frozen planet
“Wut iz dat water floof?”
My girlfriend and I foster failed with a new puppy. She's a 4-month-old mini Australian Shepherd and we've named her Izzy (after Phish's 12/6/97 Tweezer -> Izabella combo). I've never had a dog but have loved them my whole life so I am very excited.
Annabelle turned 1 today
I can’t believe I forgot to post this here
Been back home for all of 10 minutes. Reunited with my baby boy
Damn I didn't know this was a thread when I made my Cat thread...........
Dumbass Dan strikes again
here's my dog after a long session of fetching
here's my cats mimicking each other.
My cats killer claws.
Are you afraid of geese? Me not.
When I was I child, I visited my uncle's village and took care of geese there. I fed them from my arms and grazed them and looked at how they grew up. Sometimes goslings died (car accidents or lack of vitamins) and I've spent their last hours nearby and cried.
There was a big gander there and we always fought. Now I feel sorry for him. I was not to cling thorns to his tail.
My dog and my Mom-Mom. This picture melts my heart.
Hi all, hoping you can provide advice. I have been considering adopting a cat. However, I live in a studio apartment and don’t have plans to move into a one-bedroom or larger anytime soon. Is a studio too small for a cat to live comfortably? Should I wait until I move into a sizable space down the road in a few years?
Space-wise I think I studio is ok. My brother has a cat in what is essentially a studio and she’s super happy and has plenty of room to walk around. She is a tiny cat but she has plenty of room. I think the big thing is whether or not you’re able to take care of them. As long as they’re cared for and aren’t super cramped cats should be good.