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ARF-GEF

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Post Thu Feb 20, 2014 8:00 pm

Re: Pets of Keypicking

My condolencies Hux, rest in peace Lottie :(
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Post Thu Feb 20, 2014 9:16 pm

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Euthanizing an animal is not an easy thing to do.
It's common to second-guess yourself: "did I do everything I could for the animal, within my means?" or "was I as humane as possible?"
Sometimes the situation is clear cut but other times, it can be hard to know where and when exactly to draw that line.
I don't envy anyone who has to make that choice, regardless of whether it's for a wild animal they've run across or for a beloved pet that's been a companion for ages.


I agree I was for ever taking mice of my cat as he brought them in to the garage to play with them....and slowly kill them, so I managed to save a few.
One occasion he got a young bird and had caused some injury and still playing with it, I managed to lure the cat indoors and decided the bird wouldnt survive, but also I couldnt just leave it to die as it could have taken a long time, I whacked it with a spade and put the poor thing out its misery. I felt so bad about that for days.
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Post Thu Feb 20, 2014 10:44 pm

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Post Fri Feb 21, 2014 2:22 am

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scudo wrote:One occasion he got a young bird and had caused some injury and still playing with it, I managed to lure the cat indoors and decided the bird wouldnt survive, but also I couldnt just leave it to die as it could have taken a long time, I whacked it with a spade and put the poor thing out its misery. I felt so bad about that for days.


I know how you felt, I've had to do the same in relation to one of our cats. He had a bird and its throat was hanging out but it was still alive and he was playing with it. Its eyes were still open and moving but it was otherwise paralysed and our cat the little bastard was just not putting the poor thing out of its misery so I took it off him and euthanised it. I felt awful for the rest of the day and angry at the cat for putting me through that.
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Post Wed Mar 19, 2014 4:54 am

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This is Baruška, I think she is about 12 years old now. She is a European Beagle my family picked up while we lived in the Czech Repbulic. She's getting old but the vet says she is very healthy.
So far her tricks are:
Roll Over
Fetch
Tag
Sit
Lay
Jump
Speak
Stay
Howard Dean (she makes a noise like Howard Dean going "Roh!")
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Post Wed Mar 19, 2014 6:55 am

MY TERMINATOR DAWGS

This is my girl RottPup Phoebe Moon and Her older brother Shiloh Shepherd is Kobe Blu
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Post Wed Mar 19, 2014 1:08 pm

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And here we were thinking that anyone breaking into your house would have to deal with demon-possessed dogs. Now everybody knows the dogs are normal. :-D

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Post Wed Mar 19, 2014 1:15 pm

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Cool looking doges. How many things have burned up from their green lasers?
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Post Wed Mar 19, 2014 1:27 pm

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Imgaine them doges in a room with laser loving cats :3
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Equals in plain English: cleaning lady comes: you allow her key in the morning
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Post Tue Jul 01, 2014 6:56 pm

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It's such a rough life...
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Post Tue Jul 01, 2014 7:11 pm

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Nice one flywheel. I wish I could be a lazy cat all day.
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Post Tue Jul 01, 2014 11:26 pm

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Your dogs are no match for my laser cat!
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Post Wed Jul 02, 2014 12:26 am

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Ohhhh! Extra points for having a cat with two different colored lasers! :mrgreen:

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Post Fri Jul 11, 2014 1:33 pm

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Not really pet, but the latest of my animal rescues. Great little guy.

I didn't get pics of the last fledgling crow before his release. Me being an idiot forgot that bit :???:

Anyhow, there was me walking in the market last Saturday morning, when I see one of the stall holders I know has a very small European Great Tit chick (yes, I can hear you sniggering in the background, jeff ) flapping around in his change box. Not the usual thing you expect to see, but there you go.

So, I stop by, check him out and ask him if he intends to look after it, and he says, "Yeah, no worries", and off I continue. Next thing I know the stall holder's Dad comes running after me, saying, "If you want to look after him, then you can". It wasn't so much of a question, and he had it in my hands, turned and walked off before I could say, "Yep, fine by me".

Anyhow, this little guy has now done 6 days with me feeding him mashed cat food and water off an artist's brush while he lounges on my heated rescue pad in his new found shelter.

He yells at me when he wants more. Next week we're gonna start flying lessons with wing muscle building exercises.

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He doesn't have a name yet. I know he looks a miserable bugger, but I assure you, I think he's a tad pleased ...... considering his options. Here's a quick vid I did a couple of days ago.

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Post Fri Jul 11, 2014 11:05 pm

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Wow, that guy's small. Good of you to rescue him Mr. A.
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