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Evening all :-) I've had my doggy for a little while now. I rescued her from a shelter, and they were a bit... er... 'unsure' when it came to her breed. They said, as far as they know, she's a pug x...
Hi there I think my 2 year old cat is bored I have loads of toys for her but shes not interested in them a friend of mine suggested a toy it is like a mouse under a mat and it runs on batteries I cant...
My sweet natured four month old kitten seems to be changing. She usually purrs when she comes on my bed in the morning, this morning no purrs, although she was fine and let me stroke her as usual....
There are rotten people in this world. My cat is at the vet. The vet says he is bleeding in the stomach and most likely has been kicked by someone. He is having an operation now.
My 30ish nephew is staying awhile & only listens to Gold, lovely oldies. Whats your choice?...
My poor boy was attacked on Monday by another dog and has had about a quarter of his ear bitten off he has dressing on it which is changed every 2 days and has to wear a plastic cone on him which we...
This story made me feel sad, how can you claim to have a beloved pet and then sell it? http://news.sky.com/story/1352537/family-home-with-cat-sells-by-a-whisker...
Order of the shrew
Hi. Can anyone remember the name of the huge fat cat which used to live on platform 11 on King's Cross station in the late 70s-early 80s? It had a kennel-type home right on the platform.
Bang,bang round here last night, no warning, luckily cats were in, but hence one terrified Campbell cat for rest of evening, like a little rag doll and needing lots of cuddles.
We collect our GSD in a couple weeks' time and to help pass the time we're reading up on training, digesting a lot of material trying to be as ready and prepared as possible. My question is, when do...
All the so called experts insist cats whiskers are the same width as their body - well I must disagree because their whiskers don't grow when they are pregnant or get very overweight. Also what about...
and sat here this past hour, trying to identify a phantom (birdie) wolf whistler. Can't see the culprit, but I can certainly hear him/her every few seconds. Each time it is exactly the same pitch....
Can a fox clear a 5' fence from a running take off 18" from in front of the fence? I am trying to work out if I just spotted a fox or a moggie out the corner of my eye....
I don't know how this lucky dog survived, it is nice to have a story with a happy ending. http://news.sky.com/story/1348457/mystery-survival-of-dog-put-down-by-vet...
Hi my cat we have had for years has suddenly taken a dislike to my hubby, he has started spitting and growling ( the cat not the hubby!) every time he sees him for no apparent reason. Any ideas?...
Pete Wedderburn (aka Pete the Vet) is a vet based in Bray (I think that is near Dublin). He has a Q&A column in the Telegraph and is also on TV AM in Ireland each week. He is forever trying to get...
I just saw one on the garden path. Unseasonal, or what?
https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=lXKDu6cdXLI&feature=youtube_gdata_player Captive audience!...
I may not be good with bird identification but I know which are the females. http://i58tinypic.com/al1z11.jpg[/IMG]...

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