Ginger McName
Ginger McName thanked Anonymous' answer

I wasn't raised in a really religious household.  It was a belief my mother held but she didn't push it onto us or even send us to church.  The idea was there but it wasn't solid, enforced, or concrete.  It was just there.  Eventually,  all of us kids just didn't believe.  We had no reason … Read more

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Ginger McName answered

I doubt it's anything to worry about, although your dog might have eaten something it shouldn't have. Since it's already been pooped out, there's not much you can do about it. Call the vet if you're concerned.

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Ginger McName answered Matt Radiance's question

I've been drinking three cups of coffee a day since I was ten, always one in the morning, another in the afternoon, and the last one in the evening. Other than making me slightly more alert and wakeful, I don't have any other side affects. Some people get headaches if they break their schedule, but … Read more

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Ginger McName thanked Rooster Cogburn's answer

Threatened ? Not at all. To each their own. It's a free country. The only time I get offended is when someone tries to push their beliefs on me. Then I get a little upset about that. But most everyone I know, knows better than to do that. Let's just keep the peace !

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Ginger McName answered Bonnie Sheltie's question

Most felines, including tigers, are ambush predators. They don't waste much energy on chasing prey and normally stalk it until they can get a good angle or just jump out at something that passes by. As you would expect from such predators, tigers mainly use their claws to subdue their food.

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Ginger McName answered

Dinosaurs are actually a lineage of archosaurs- crocodile-like creatures that also included crocs, gators, caimens, and such. Birds are a lineage of dinosaurs, directly descended from dromaeosaurs ("raptors") like velociraptor. In fact, the main differences between the two is that dromaeosaurs were mainly carnivorous, had clawed wings, longer tails, and most had symmetrical "flight" feathers. … Read more

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Ginger McName answered nathaniel moir's question

It depends on where you live. They're actually illegal in a few states, (because they aren't very far removed from wild weasels, and could potentially harm a small child, which isn't really fair because cats and dogs, especially the wilder cats, can hurt people too) and in most places you can just pick one up … Read more

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Ginger McName answered

I'm not sure about your area specifically, but in a lot of states owning a primate is illegal and you'll probably at least need a permit, but maybe not.

Most people think it's inhumane to keep a wild animal, which I don't really understand. Any pet needs adequate care, including wild exotics like monkeys, so a … Read more

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Ginger McName answered Anonymous' question

Dogs and cats also carry diseases, and they are as dirty as, if not dirtier, than rats.

I've had three of them and they clean themselves every half hour. You only have to bathe rats if they get into something, (once my rat got honey on his head, it was hilarious) in which case you'll have … Read more

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Ginger McName answered Dj The Sweetheart's question

It would be safe for you, but probably not the bat. You're just as likely to get sick from your dog, cat, hamster, etc., and just as likely to get sick from a wild bat living outside. (They breathe too!)

Few people are actually able to care for bats, and lots of bat species are protected. … Read more