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MAXIMUM CHILL

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- Tue, 22 Jul 2014 18:39:16 EST kc8/qkKZ No.30906
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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
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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.
>:(

Orangutans face complete extinction within 10 years

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- Sat, 24 Aug 2019 11:47:59 EST jn/u7AZe No.34187
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https://www.independent.co.uk/environment/orangutans-extinction-population-borneo-reasons-palm-oil-hunting-deforestation-rainforest-a7199366.html?amp

:(
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Sophie Duzzlefud - Mon, 14 Oct 2019 20:53:25 EST S+HmiRZT No.34300 Reply
>>34222
>>34187
The precise disastrousness of this quagmire needs to be inquired into with no hesitation:

How efficiently and appetisingly would chocolate with lard work? Coconut oil? Seal oil? Waterfowl fat?
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Esther Sicklekodge - Tue, 15 Oct 2019 13:31:08 EST l/Xm9jk+ No.34301 Reply
>>34300
Maybe you'd use cocoa butter? Palm oil is only used in cheaper chocolates. I think quite a few nut oils and stuff would work okay. Not quite as well but palm oil chocolate is not stuff that lives and dies by the quality of the ingredients anyway.
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Jarvis Turveyfield - Tue, 15 Oct 2019 23:34:05 EST S+HmiRZT No.34304 Reply
>>34301
Oh, yeah, there are a lot of useable ones. Like shea butter. Or PGPR for endless shelf life. I didn't even know there's such a thing as mango oil, from the kernel, I guess the issue with that is how well mango meat can be preserved/distributed with the kernel removed.

In any case, palm oil rings more of a bell with margarine. It's also used for biodiesel.

Still, it seems like an important question whether substituted chocolae would work better if a small amount of lart or schmaltz in the oil combination was an option. Oh, and the most common such thing seems to be Nutella and its competitors and their generic versions.

Mallard

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- Tue, 18 Jun 2019 14:59:57 EST bndcCLAF No.34024
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I could use some advice. I'm not sure what is wrong with it but something clearly is. It was being raped by the others (at least one other) so I couldn't just leave it. It doesn't move much on its own. Was seemingly grateful for being rescued and remained quite calm on the subway ride home. Neither wings nor legs nor anything else seems broken and it is comfortable enough to clean its feathers. I've given it a bowl of mushy cat food and one of mushy serial. I've also warmed the water up a bit.

Tomorrow I'm going to see if there are any animal shelters willing to take it. However it is such a common species I doubt the authorities are willing to do more than have it put down.
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UNICORNS WE'RE REAL

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- Thu, 06 Jun 2019 04:29:54 EST zaIRaOAy No.34016
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They were all hunted down and made extinct. It is said that a virgin maiden would quell the aggresive passions of the dangerous beast so then King's men could snare it. Whilst this knowledge is incredible, it is also tragic.

http://bestiary.ca/beasts/beast140.htm
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John Fuckingwill - Fri, 16 Aug 2019 15:43:17 EST HnV4pLvW No.34163 Reply
Does that mean she fucked the horse? Because it sounds like the King hired virgins to fuck horses into submission.
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Frederick Blatherforth - Wed, 25 Sep 2019 01:22:41 EST eB166MT1 No.34270 Reply
>>34016
So OP to be clear; you're declaring to the unicorns that WE ARE real?
Just to be clear.

Fish

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- Tue, 26 Jun 2018 05:10:23 EST Gkimozlg No.33850
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My best boy died today. He was 17 years old, named him Fish when i was 9.
He was an asshole, a jerk who shat and pissed ans puked on on everything and made smug and angry faces.
I loved him so so much. Smoke a bowl for him /ani/.
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Basil Dommerdet - Mon, 26 Aug 2019 13:56:57 EST fIY1QDz1 No.34195 Reply
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>>33850
Consider this next bowl for you fish. Swim well little buddy, you are missed.
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Sophie Mezzlebetch - Fri, 20 Sep 2019 00:28:41 EST eB166MT1 No.34253 Reply
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>>33850
This cup of JD is for your boy Fish, OP. He knew you loved him and that's all that matters in the end. Infinite love.
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Ian Bronderson - Sun, 22 Sep 2019 17:43:47 EST 4l2iccou No.34258 Reply
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rip fish
;_;7

DOGGY KISSES

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- Mon, 16 Apr 2018 21:41:25 EST GxPyuw7q No.33775
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I love doggies! If I get naked, smear frosting all over my body in a room full of them... is that considered sex? What are the laws on intimacy with dogs in Philadelphia? Where would it be appropriate to share footage of this?
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Sophie Sommerfoot - Thu, 15 Aug 2019 19:28:55 EST aKHKBjLg No.34161 Reply
That would not be considered sex. It would not be considered bestiality either according to the law. In order for it to be beastiality there would have to be penile penetration to or from the dog or penatration of the dogs back holes by fingers for sexual gratification. Licking is fine.
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Jarvis Lightson - Sun, 01 Sep 2019 10:04:27 EST yokncTLH No.34221 Reply
>>34161
Licking is truly the grey area of the sexual assault world.

My dogs sex-drive

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- Sat, 14 Jul 2018 06:33:28 EST 6vItxsUr No.33860
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My dog is horny as fuck and loves to hump our pillows or our legs.

I don't want to mutilate him by amputating his balls, we thought about a option for letting our dog live out his drive in other ways.

I want to buy my Dog a lovedoll or a fleshlight of some sort.
Does this exist?

What do you do if your best friends is horny?
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Angus Cockleway - Mon, 22 Oct 2018 17:44:15 EST ZJp0E4Jk No.33919 Reply
Nah man that’s not going away until you neuter him. And at this point it may still be a lingering trait for months afterward.

But in all seriousness neuter your pet. I have an expensive purebred that I entered into shows and competitions and still ultimately decided to cut the nuts which ended his career. Don’t regret it for a second.
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Barnaby Gerrycocke - Thu, 25 Oct 2018 20:34:43 EST UfV4LwWc No.33920 Reply
Get an animal from the shelter so it can't hold it against you.
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Sophie Sommerfoot - Thu, 15 Aug 2019 19:14:45 EST aKHKBjLg No.34160 Reply
I have the perfect perfect thing you could do. But I can't mention it on this forum.

Technique

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- Fri, 26 Apr 2019 00:14:07 EST eB166MT1 No.33996
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How would you teach wild carnivorous animals to not eat each other?

I'm somewhat of an idealist. I'm thinking you start living with wolves. You keep physical protection on you to deter any pack attacks on yourself. Once they accept that you're part of their group, you forage. You show them which plants are edible, and teach them how to eat these wild food sources. Perhaps when they take a kill you completely dissociate yourself from the activity. Assuming you've gained some modicum of respect from a few pack members, they ought to take notice and wonder why you don't eat the kill with them. After quite some time has passed, a few of them may pick up the foraging habits and follow suit, hopefully passing this foraging/plant knowledge onto their offspring. This is how primates started to steer away from meat food sources in the past, actually. Learned behavior passed down through generations. It stands to reason that any animal can learn this behavior with enough reinforcement.

Is this possible? Are there better ways? Am I a bitch for not endorsing death? For dreaming of change? For wanting to change the barbaric ways of old? Let us know.
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Augustus Greenwater - Wed, 24 Jul 2019 15:24:47 EST K8YKdZem No.34111 Reply
It's mostly the digestive stuff. I know cats need to eat meat or they can't get certain amino acids and just die. Some animals cannot obtain all they need without meat.

Not sure about wolves though. Dogs can survive without meat though I don't think they can go full vegan and it's definitely not as easy as it is for humans.

You could breed certain species to be able to handle meat free diets but then they wouldn't be that species any more. They would change in other ways as the adaptations which they needed to eat meat ceased. Additionally with no predators left herbivores would all end up starving. At the end of the day they'd have to compete for food and some would end up dead as a result of failing or just competing itself. Imagine being a deer who has to fight a bear to steal peaces from a human's orchard. Imagine that the human also needs to eat and has a gun. The animals all die and no one eats them.
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Archie Blullersed - Fri, 26 Jul 2019 17:58:02 EST Pv+5Ojf1 No.34125 Reply
>>33996
Poor plants.

Who made you king of the universe? Why do you have authority over what is good and what is bad?

Deers

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- Tue, 20 Sep 2016 01:07:41 EST xEuxKDy5 No.33104
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>Live in Alaska
>Never seen any deer in the wild
>Traveling through Canada and see a family of them cross the road
>Blown away by how majestic they are

I know you lower 48ers are thinking like "oh, big deal".

But I don't see how people can hunt these things. You'd have to have no soul.
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Priscilla Mobblegold - Fri, 12 Jul 2019 19:01:52 EST dKkyN425 No.34050 Reply
>>34044
The last time I saw a deer she was about 10 feet away from me chewing on part of a wooden sculpture, I was not expecting to find a deer in this particular location a wedge shaped nature reserve that runs from almost the city centre all the way out of town but only in a slice about 1-2 miles wide, at this point we were maybe 100 metres maybe less from the main buildings for the nearby university and almost walked into her before I saw her, I was listening to music. It was not a subtle approach. She fled into the bush about 20 feet where I could still clearly see the dumb bint. After another 20 seconds she realised I could still see her and despite my complete lack of movement she fled further this time out of sight.

She was a beautiful animal but fucking hell she was stupid. You'd think a prey animal would be good at this shit.

Harmless and innocent is not majestic. Majestic requires majesty, ownership of the scene, poise, grace, she had a bit of the last one I'll give her that. Given the state of deer ticks she's really only marginally harmless as well.
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Reuben Crobblepidge - Sat, 13 Jul 2019 15:46:10 EST dMboc3Tn No.34051 Reply
Deer are cool and all but like others said they are a pest in the lower 48. They always pick the worst possible time to cross the road



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