• When can i kill my neighbors cat in texas?

    When can i kill my neighbors cat in texas?

    Best answer: Can't legally kill it but you can trap it and turn it over to animal control as an invasive stray .

    Sometimes Animal regulations will loan you a trap .
    Best answer: Can't legally kill it but you can trap it and turn it over to animal control as an invasive stray .

    Sometimes Animal regulations will loan you a trap .
    32 answers · 1 day ago
  • Can i bring a kitten to school?

    I want to bring my kitten to school and keep it in my locker. Do u think i can?
    I want to bring my kitten to school and keep it in my locker. Do u think i can?
    22 answers · 2 days ago
  • Why did my cat poop while I was holding it?

    It just happened. I was playing with it and it just started crying like somebody is killing it and just took a dump. Explain why?
    It just happened. I was playing with it and it just started crying like somebody is killing it and just took a dump. Explain why?
    11 answers · 1 day ago
  • Is it ok to release my cat to the wild if I can no longer take care of it?

    Instead of bringing it to shelter
    Instead of bringing it to shelter
    11 answers · 12 hours ago
  • Why do some cat owners allow their cats to poop in other people's gardens?

    Best answer: Because they are inconsiderate pet owners. Our cats are 100% inside cats - they have a litter pan so I don't have to worry about them pooping in neighbor's yards. IMO cats should be confined to your own property same as any dog.
    Best answer: Because they are inconsiderate pet owners. Our cats are 100% inside cats - they have a litter pan so I don't have to worry about them pooping in neighbor's yards. IMO cats should be confined to your own property same as any dog.
    20 answers · 3 days ago
  • How to introduce a cat to a new home?

    Best answer: There isn't a right or wrong, or a 'done' way, because every cat is different and every domestic situation is different. You can only take it home and see what happens.
    Best answer: There isn't a right or wrong, or a 'done' way, because every cat is different and every domestic situation is different. You can only take it home and see what happens.
    10 answers · 3 days ago
  • Cat went into labor(?) yesterday but still no kittens?

    yesterday my cat was showing all the symptoms of going into labor, though we hadnt known she was pregnant - shes a stray we let in and stay with us she had begun leaking a reddish fluid, and then stopped. she even expelled some sort of sac and then ate it (gross) but since then, she hasnt pushed anything out. its... show more
    yesterday my cat was showing all the symptoms of going into labor, though we hadnt known she was pregnant - shes a stray we let in and stay with us she had begun leaking a reddish fluid, and then stopped. she even expelled some sort of sac and then ate it (gross) but since then, she hasnt pushed anything out. its been almost 24 hours, but she seems completely fine. Shes eating, using the litterbox, being affectionate and has jumped up and down from our couches without issue. will she be alright? shes still hard in the belly, so i think she still has something in there, but she may be delaying her birth because we already have one newborn kitten in the house that we've been taking care of (she growls and nips at him). i dont really know what to do, since we can barely afford to feed the strays we have around - theres very little chance i can take her to the vet because i simply cannot afford it and im terrified that she may become ill. thank you in advance
    10 answers · 2 days ago
  • How do i get a cat?

    I really want a cat but my parents don’t, how do i convince them
    I really want a cat but my parents don’t, how do i convince them
    9 answers · 2 days ago
  • How far can cats jump without injury?

    Best answer: Cats can climb. So they jump up then use that momentum to keep going by using claws to scale. My cat caught a bird, then released it into the house. It flew into kitchen to the top of cabinet near the ceiling. My cat jumped up, scaled countertop and cabinet to catch it then scaled backwards to not fall from that... show more
    Best answer: Cats can climb. So they jump up then use that momentum to keep going by using claws to scale. My cat caught a bird, then released it into the house. It flew into kitchen to the top of cabinet near the ceiling. My cat jumped up, scaled countertop and cabinet to catch it then scaled backwards to not fall from that height. She did this in a blink of and eye. Also...cats use 'stairs', I keep a plastic jar of catnip on top a tall cabinet in livingroom. When she wants some, she will jump on TV stand, then jump ontop of cabinet and then push plastic container to floor in front of me, signaling she wants some. She also will jump on chair, then onto kitchen table to watch everyone because she tends to be in the way and gets stepped on. She only scaled fthe fridge once, and it was too tall to jump down and meowed to me to get her down. When she scaled the cabinet to catch the bird it was pure instinct to scale back down without falling, but curiosity led her to the top of the fridge and it was six feet to the floor...too far for her to jump without injury.
    7 answers · 20 hours ago
  • Why do i still feel like sh*t?!!!?!?

    Best answer: It is normal to feel guilty about this! I had hit and killed a deer a few years back and felt like the worst person in the world! You just have to try to get it off of your mind and tell yourself it wasnt intentional and not your fault. Keep your head up, it was an accident. You are only human. The best way to get... show more
    Best answer: It is normal to feel guilty about this! I had hit and killed a deer a few years back and felt like the worst person in the world! You just have to try to get it off of your mind and tell yourself it wasnt intentional and not your fault. Keep your head up, it was an accident. You are only human. The best way to get over it is to not think about it
    10 answers · 2 days ago
  • Do kittens need water to be disinfected?

    Best answer: No. If the person drinks water from their own faucet, then its safe for the pets. We filter our drinking water, so the cats get the same water we drink. On trips, we use bottled water and so do the cats. If you boil water for kittens, their system never will adjust to the local water and the kittens will end up... show more
    Best answer: No. If the person drinks water from their own faucet, then its safe for the pets. We filter our drinking water, so the cats get the same water we drink. On trips, we use bottled water and so do the cats.

    If you boil water for kittens, their system never will adjust to the local water and the kittens will end up sick because of the "sterile" water.
    12 answers · 3 days ago
  • How often can cats have babies?

    9 answers · 2 days ago
  • My two 3 year old cats are outside cats, is it really that bad?

    i have two 3 year old cats we've owned almost their whole lives, and my mum always says it was cruel to keep them inside because then they'd be sadly looking out at all the mice and birds they used to catch, and said "well then who would clean the litter box?" (because frankly i vomit at the sight... show more
    i have two 3 year old cats we've owned almost their whole lives, and my mum always says it was cruel to keep them inside because then they'd be sadly looking out at all the mice and birds they used to catch, and said "well then who would clean the litter box?" (because frankly i vomit at the sight of cat shit) and stuff like that. for 3 years these cats have spent half their days soaking the sun up outside in the bushes in their whole lives, is it too late to move them to permanently be indoors? i don't even know if they still know how to use a litter box, or if we even have one. my parents and my whole family say it's so cruel to not let cats go outside. but it's ridiculous because my dad constantly complains them trecking mud into the house and all over the floor and tables and about one of them costing us so much money because he gets stung by bees and he got pneumonia once, but don't see the obvious thing to do is to keep them inside? we don't have any cat toys or trees or anything because they usually just get bored and prefer pieces of random string or paper or cardboard to chew, but we can always buy them. they always go outside straight after they eat to go shit or something, but it's very routine for them. i must admit, they do spend a lot of time indoors sleeping all day but since they're 3 years old is it cruel to suddenly start not letting them outside, even if we ease them into it? thanks
    11 answers · 3 days ago
  • Kitten doesn’t like resident cat?

    We just got a kitten yesterday and we were worried about our current cat not liking her but it’s basically the other way around! Our cat hasn’t shown any signs of aggression towards her, just more curious and wants to play with her. But the kitten keeps hissing at her and growling, is this normal behavior?
    We just got a kitten yesterday and we were worried about our current cat not liking her but it’s basically the other way around! Our cat hasn’t shown any signs of aggression towards her, just more curious and wants to play with her. But the kitten keeps hissing at her and growling, is this normal behavior?
    7 answers · 2 days ago
  • Why is my cat begging for food?

    I give her only two meals a day half a cup dry food one in the early morning and one late at night. I put the bowl down when I feed her when she's done eating and if there's kibble left I throw it away so that the bowl is clean for the next meal. But she was meowing when I picked up the bowl and she was... show more
    I give her only two meals a day half a cup dry food one in the early morning and one late at night. I put the bowl down when I feed her when she's done eating and if there's kibble left I throw it away so that the bowl is clean for the next meal. But she was meowing when I picked up the bowl and she was meowing at 2:30 in the afternoon. I just want my cat to be skinny and not fat, I swear I love her I don't starve her so don't call me mean and say that my cat should be taken away.
    9 answers · 3 days ago
  • Is Feline Cuisine (kitten) cat food better than Whiskas or Friskies?

    Best answer: Is Feline Cuisine (kitten) cat food better than Whiskas or Friskies?
    I think it can go either way.

    ~Peanuts2345
    Best answer: Is Feline Cuisine (kitten) cat food better than Whiskas or Friskies?
    I think it can go either way.

    ~Peanuts2345
    6 answers · 1 day ago
  • Animal Cruelty By Neglect?

    Best answer: This is neglect. I seriously doubt that any animal control officer would accept this, as the animals are not being taken care of. Just putting out food is not good for the cats. If the cats leave their yard, look into what you can do to help a stray cat, and what makes a cat a stray. Usually, its if they... show more
    Best answer: This is neglect. I seriously doubt that any animal control officer would accept this, as the animals are not being taken care of.
    Just putting out food is not good for the cats.
    If the cats leave their yard, look into what you can do to help a stray cat, and what makes a cat a stray. Usually, its if they leave the property of the owner. So if they leave their yard, that means that they are a stray. With a stray cat, you can pick them up and take them to a shelter. So if the cats leave the yard, you can pick them up, take them to a shelter, and let them know that the cat has been around your house for a while and you can't care for it in the way that it needs.
    You could also talk to your neighbor. They may not be able to financially afford to get the cats the care they need. In that case, you should help them find low cost options for care. Many vets will give a discount for a larger number of cats, and many shelters have low cost vet services.
    5 answers · 17 hours ago
  • I have a question about my cat?

    So I just adopted a 10 year old cat from my local shelter. She is the sweetest thing on planet Earth but I have noticed that she drools, but I usually only notice the drool when I m loving on her. Is it normal for cats to drool? The animal shelter told me she was missing some incisor teeth so I don t know if maybe... show more
    So I just adopted a 10 year old cat from my local shelter. She is the sweetest thing on planet Earth but I have noticed that she drools, but I usually only notice the drool when I m loving on her. Is it normal for cats to drool? The animal shelter told me she was missing some incisor teeth so I don t know if maybe that has something to do with it? With her being new, I do have a vet appointment scheduled where I will go over this, but I also wandered if any of you have dealt with this, as I haven t and I am a worried cat mom. I ve had her since this past Monday and the only day my vet could squeeze me in is Friday the 25th. Any help or tips would be appreciated.
    13 answers · 4 days ago