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ITT: Shit your human does

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>human is eating some pork chops
>throws the bones into the basket that nothing comes back from
>doesn't even gnaw on them to get marrow out
>doesn't even clean them off of all meat and cartilage

So wasteful.
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At what point should Dog Owners should be held responsible for the actions of their dogs when they can't control them fully knowing they can't control them?
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My kitten is dying, please help

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I got this kitten a few days ago from a relative. The kitten is from a feral litter that my relative left food out for. I don't know it's actual age but by the size and demeanor of his brothers and sisters (one of whom I also adopted and is fine), he's probably 4-6 weeks old, but is definitely the runt of the litter. He hasn't eaten or drank anything since last night, and he only drank a little bit of evaporated milk off my fingertips when he did eat. I've tried to make kitty gruel with some kitten kibble I bought, but I can't find kitten formula in my town, and I don't know if he'd drink it if I did buy it. He sleeps all day except to whine occasionally and move a few feet. When he does move he wobbles and falls over. It's really sad and I've tried to help him but now whenever I try to feed him he just bites me, hard enough to draw blood. It seems like he wants to die now. Any suggestions?
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Murder Mystery: Fowl Play

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There's been a murder in the hen house. A real coup d'état.

There is an electric fence and a net to ward off birds of prey. One bird was found dead in the coup with the head seemingly bitten off and missing. Lots of feathers everywhere, signs of a struggle, but little blood.
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/aq/ - Aquarium General - The Ride Edition

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old thread

Discuss anything aquarium related here, including inhabitants, decor and issues.
Google is your friend.
Feel free to ask questions but know that there are a lot of resources out there that could answer your question a lot faster and accurately than /an/.
Make sure to include these things in your post before asking because we can't help you if we don't have the full picture:

-tank size (include dimensions, not just volume)
-parameters (ammonia, nitrate, nitrite, pH, GH, KH)
-any and all inhabitants + how long you've had them
Tank Cycling:
Care Guides:
Plants and Animals for sale:
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Old thread:
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I just had an amazing crow experience I wanted to share with you all.

So I saw on PBS a few years ago that show that explains crows purposely drop nuts in traffic so cars will smash them open and then the crow will go down and claim the meaty nut innards.

I just had one do this to me.

I was driving through a neighborhood, about 20 mph, and this crow landed in the middle of the road some feet ahead of me, I don't know, like 200 maybe? So as I approach he's slowly moving into my lane, and the closer I get I can see he's pushing some object with his beak. I couldn't tell exactly what it was, but it was round and dark, so probably a walnut, but may a large acorn, I'm not sure.

So he pushes it a little, then looks up at me driving toward him, then pushes it a little further, etc, like he's trying to line it up exactly with my tires. Just before I get to him he flies off so I'm sure that's what his goal was, he wanted me to smash his food open for him. I don't know if I hit it, but I made sure to go directly straight, trusting his judgement and that he lined it up correctly.

I hope you had a good meal crow bro and I'm honored to have helped.

Can i have some names pls

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I got him/her yesterday, it's about 3 1/2 weeks old and I can hardly tell the gender, she's so small. Or him
I need names pls
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Cat General

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