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- Tue, 09 Jan 2018 19:51:50 EST rHrHUjIU No.33637
File: 1515545510207.jpg -(107100B / 104.59KB, 650x867) Thumbnail displayed, click image for full size. It's official
Dogs are at least twice as smart as cats.

https://www.nbcnews.com/science/science-news/sorry-garfield-science-says-dogs-are-smarter-cats-n825486

>the journal Frontiers in Neuroanatomy reports that dogs' brains have more than twice as many cortical neurons — the cells linked to thinking, planning and complex behavior — than cats' brains do.

Thoughts?
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James Grimville - Sat, 09 Nov 2019 13:04:03 EST o1vsqQK2 No.34331 Reply
>>34326
Most birds are incontinent, which means seagulls must perform some advanced maths just to shit on our heads. Most birds are definitely atomic cunts.
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kill yourselves - Thu, 14 Nov 2019 17:15:22 EST uolKoIKk No.34336 Reply
they also have proportionately larger bodies

obviously none of you understand that it's about ratios
you need more neurons to control and monitor a larger body volume, neurons in excess of that amount are used for behavior

ie a sperm whale is not a super genius- unless we're talking about your girlfriend and sucking miles of dick- which she's a prodigy at

a honey badger IS a smart animal- why? large brain to body ratio.
a human is a smart animal- why? very large brain to body ratio (allegedly)

anyways if you've ever seen a sufficiently motivated cat you'll know that they're patient, tactical and able to stalk whereas your shit assed little bark machine BARK BARK BARK BARK until you BARK BARK BARK BARK try to call it from across the BARK BARK BARK BARK park BARK BARK BARK BARK

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Edwin Bengerstatch - Thu, 14 Nov 2019 18:29:23 EST o1vsqQK2 No.34337 Reply
>>34336
No one can tell if you're a dog on the internet but we can tell you're a cat so who's the smarter animal now?


Snails

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- Thu, 25 Jul 2019 16:40:10 EST jUram31J No.34117
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Snails are pretty damn cute. Have some chill snails.
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Cyril Bluddlespear - Mon, 23 Sep 2019 13:04:25 EST 4l2iccou No.34262 Reply
>>34237
I tried that once and he hid in his shell and wouldn't let go. I didn't pull hard since I've heard they can literally pull themselves apart that way.
I guess I could put a piece of paper down in front of them and move the paper but honestly they need to sort their own shit out
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Ian Chuttingford - Sat, 09 Nov 2019 15:53:19 EST 4Rwkq/3k No.34332 Reply
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I love snails

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- Mon, 30 Oct 2017 05:26:06 EST 2uU2GXGz No.33567
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Guys is this a brown recluse? This is the second I've seen so far

https://imgur. a/qyUfH
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Fanny Nupperman - Tue, 31 Oct 2017 14:10:49 EST xK/B11Zs No.33570 Reply
>>33567
Might not be. How many eyes does it have? If the answer is not 6 it's not a brown recluse.

They're a bit out of range so I imagine any in your area will either run indoors or die. Keep squishing them and in a couple of weeks there won't be any more left to come seek shelter in your flat as they'll be frozen. Maybe warn your neighbours and stuff if it's a recluse though.
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Gikorda - Tue, 22 Oct 2019 20:58:33 EST 2HK9HVgW No.34317 Reply
>>33567
Bro go out and get that crab apple. I'm not playing I got bit twice.
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David Hupperdock - Wed, 13 Nov 2019 19:13:59 EST cV7Xm97j No.34333 Reply
>>33567

TBH it looks like it. I had two in a house I rented in town for several months. Honestly, I couldn't tell you for sure from a squished one like in the OP, but the colors are the same for sure. IF you can, without putting yourself in harms way, try to get a live picture the next time you see one. There are a couple of spiders that are similar, but a brown recluse is typically very obvious if you know what they look like.

Books/audiobooks about animal psychology

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- Tue, 26 Jul 2016 15:23:44 EST 3wCTnnLH No.32991
File: 1469561024002.gif -(137612B / 134.39KB, 480x360) Thumbnail displayed, click image for full size. Books/audiobooks about animal psychology
I don't know about you guys but I like animals. Cats and dogs and shit. I also like to read about psychology and all that science mumbo-jumbo. Anyway, what are some good books about how our pets' minds work, that are relatively scientific? Bonus points if there's an audiobook.

Cheers
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Asyatil - Mon, 28 Oct 2019 22:12:42 EST 2HK9HVgW No.34325 Reply
>>32991
Well it's better to experience it on a farm, or countryside. Back in the day I had like 14 cats and 5 dogs living outside. Almost all the dogs ran away. Cats however just stay in a pack. Our inside cats were godlike. One loved to be craddled, while the other was a dissociative extotic toygor.
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Matilda Billingworth - Sun, 03 Nov 2019 19:20:39 EST 4l2iccou No.34327 Reply
I don't really put much stock in that stuff. Like one of my cats we got barely a couple of weeks old so realistically where the fuck is she supposed to have learned "squint eye means `sup " from?

Health Contest

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- Thu, 16 Nov 2017 13:43:04 EST 2sYh08NV No.33586
File: 1510857784466.jpg -(15673B / 15.31KB, 538x454) Thumbnail displayed, click image for full size. Health Contest
The other day I was thinking about dogs, and how humans invented dogs, and over the course of history bred a multitude of fucked up inbred genetic cul-de-sacs with lots of health issues. Often in the name of looking cute or funny (dachshunds, pugs, etc.). It has gotten so extreme that we have dog shows where stuck up faggots rank dogs based on how perfect they match the genetic defects of their shitty breed. In my opinion this is immoral and should be classed as animal abuse. I think all dog shows should be focused on health. Which dog has the best muscle tone, ease of breathing, athletic performance, etc. The beauty should come from its survivability and genetic strength, not how much it looks like a sausage. I'm kinda drunk so I dunno if I got this point out the way I wanted, but basically I think since Man made Dog we should be responsible for making Dog strong and healthy, not mutant pieces of shit that can't breathe or break their back hopping out of a car.
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Simon Sandlemark - Thu, 15 Feb 2018 09:26:38 EST YXYpfOEz No.33711 Reply
>>33690
exactamundo.

I'm so used to replies to my posts being arguments but yeah.

I will say it again: I want to punch every amish puppy miller in the face for ruining good breeds and flooding the market with cheap hip dysplasia glaucoma getting (literal) bitches.
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Tergak - Sun, 27 Oct 2019 15:31:08 EST 2HK9HVgW No.34324 Reply
>>33586
I think dogs should revert to dingos, rather than matching blah blah deficts
>where stuck up faggots rank dogs based on how perfect they match the genetic defects of their shitty breed.
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Lillian Pezzlemutch - Tue, 05 Nov 2019 18:31:16 EST o1vsqQK2 No.34328 Reply
>>34324
>bumping an old thread and not reading the 4 posts in it


NB - Not for Breeding I mean no bump.

Wanna adopt a poodle

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- Fri, 02 Mar 2018 00:18:48 EST Of0cFYoP No.33720
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I wanna look into adopting a poodle, talk me out of it
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Angus Lightworth - Fri, 29 Jun 2018 01:21:41 EST Hl+mdWtd No.33853 Reply
Decide who's the dad before you get it. When you get a puppy. It needs constant attention. You gotta be home. Think of it like raising a human naby. If you leave a human baby alone for 8 hours a day, you will have horrible behavioural consequences. Please, dont take it lightly. If you can't commit, get a grown up dog. Many owners dont understand just how much emergy it really takes. You gotta put your whole life aside for months.

Do lota of research into bonding, socialization, and how to discipline and reward dogs properly. No slouching around.

Do it right or don't do it at all. That's the most important thing. Please do it right, its worth it.
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Angus Lightworth - Fri, 29 Jun 2018 01:23:17 EST Hl+mdWtd No.33854 Reply
>>33853
Just to clarify what I mean by dad. Basically every moment you spend with the puppy, you're neurologically inprinting upon it that you are his parent. This is the most crucial phase of the dog's life and if you fuck this part up, it will be very difficult or impossible to fix later.
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Fadtra - Sat, 26 Oct 2019 00:34:04 EST 2HK9HVgW No.34323 Reply
Prove its not the best breed

snail church

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- Tue, 06 Mar 2018 16:30:50 EST NArIpHDf No.33727
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It kind of looks like a snail but it also appearantly attracts slugs
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Frederick Soshdale - Mon, 12 Mar 2018 20:51:52 EST CThTYAvo No.33739 Reply
Give them time, they are slowly demolishing it.
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Reuben Wuffingman - Thu, 15 Mar 2018 01:16:36 EST k8QpAWjf No.33740 Reply
>>33739
Slug more slug. And after this monument to snails' arrogance is destroyed the whole world will know.

Pupstime - Daily Update - Everything about dog

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- Sun, 14 Jul 2019 07:19:00 EST 8zMiVexG No.34052
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Featuring lovely cute dog for you!
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Dinato - Thu, 24 Oct 2019 00:10:13 EST 2HK9HVgW No.34321 Reply
>>34307
It's needs a proper pure breed name..
The people we got it from wasn't sure what to kind to call it. I do know they've been pure breeding successfully tho.

Just want a little help

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- Wed, 23 Oct 2019 02:15:02 EST rSqTTYBC No.34320
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Guys look naturally I keep to myself and don’t ever ask for anything, but my cat recently started declining in health, a normal hyperactive cat started to show signs of a severe tummy ache, I spent $400 on consultation fees, only to be told what I already knew, she ate a foreign object. They want to do surgery on her, and said no medication can help. I started a gofundme account, but idk where to go to ask for help Instagram isn’t working or Twitter. Guys I need help please I’m crying right now. I can’t loose her, I don’t have any friends or family
gf.me/u/v7dbhc

MAXIMUM CHILL

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- Tue, 22 Jul 2014 18:39:16 EST kc8/qkKZ No.30906
File: 1406068756949.jpg -(2146324B / 2.05MB, 2448x3264) Thumbnail displayed, click image for full size. MAXIMUM CHILL
Post your animals chillin'
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Cedric Murdville - Wed, 27 Dec 2017 11:03:48 EST 8PR3qzQ1 No.33629 Reply
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Not a pet, more of a feral friend who comes in for naps and play.
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Walter Blatherlock - Mon, 08 Jan 2018 18:50:13 EST NBqoZ0HP No.33635 Reply
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>>31649
Got me a 'tiel as well.
He likes to be around when there's cooking going on.

did you ever look at an animal and think: hey that's a pretty good animal

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- Mon, 18 Mar 2019 06:13:05 EST ucKd4zOG No.33959
File: 1552903985954.jpg -(65701B / 64.16KB, 751x793) Thumbnail displayed, click image for full size. did you ever look at an animal and think: hey that's a pretty good animal
if so, what was the animal
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Polly Fundlestock - Tue, 22 Oct 2019 14:54:27 EST l/Xm9jk+ No.34313 Reply
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>>34311
Yeah that's a 2 toed sloth. She was all up for posing for the camera. That tropical exhibit was good shit, birds free flying and we were sort of kept on walkways while the animals lived around us. Didn't take too many pictures.

Feast your eyes on this majestic creature though. One of the girls there was in her 20s so maybe this was a senile giraffe. I dunno.
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Gikorda - Tue, 22 Oct 2019 20:48:38 EST 2HK9HVgW No.34315 Reply
>>33959
Living on the countryside had this cat charly. Loved to be craddled, I knew that day. It was my kind of thing.

Shock-Collar for cats

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- Tue, 01 Oct 2019 22:32:12 EST CyHop/0W No.34275
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Where can I get an electro-shock collar for my roomates shitty cat?

He is attacking me randomly and wakes me up in the middle of the night when throwing down literally everything in our kitchen and living-room.
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Caroline Desslebedge - Mon, 07 Oct 2019 21:15:22 EST b9Sa4SmY No.34284 Reply
>>34282
Do you have any actual experience with cats other than that time you tried to pet a stray when you were little and got scratched?
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Basil Panningbanks - Wed, 09 Oct 2019 16:01:38 EST eB166MT1 No.34285 Reply
>>34282
Don't stare them down. Greet them with a slow blink. Also take the buttplug out once in a while. Eat more fiber, drink more water, jostle your testes a bit.

Emperor Penguins Are in Mortal Danger Thanks to Us

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- Fri, 18 Oct 2019 13:29:43 EST e8nqwtu4 No.34306
File: 1571419783363.jpg -(73908B / 72.18KB, 750x669) Thumbnail displayed, click image for full size. Emperor Penguins Are in Mortal Danger Thanks to Us
https://www.truthdig.com/articles/emperor-penguins-are-in-mortal-danger-thanks-to-us/
>A species that has come to symbolise Antarctica’s wealth of wildlife now faces mortal danger: climate change is putting emperor penguins in peril.

>British scientists say the continent is warming with unparalleled speed, meaning the birds may soon have almost nowhere to breed. Some researchers think the number of emperors could be cut by more than half by 2100.

>Philip Trathan, head of conservation biology at the British Antarctic Survey in Cambridge, says: “The current rate of warming in parts of the Antarctic is greater than anything in the recent glaciological record.

>“Though emperor penguins have experienced periods of warming and cooling over their evolutionary history, the current rates of warming are unprecedented.
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