My rats loved to hoard their food in the bottom of their cage. It's normal behavior. If this is what your girls are doing, try feeding them somewhere outside of the cage, and close their doors so that they cannot run back in. Ours learned to eat treats on the couch with us that way.
My dog is 100% potty trained and will not go on a pee pad (she just tears them up and eats them). Also she is not afraid at all outside, just scared of my noisy apartment complex. If she knows it is a car ride she is fine, if I have my moms dog with us, or my friends kids she is good. But if she is just going to pee she refuses to walk into the hallway. Once in the hallway she is generally fine and walks downstairs and outside to pee. How do I get her out the door without pulling her?
My cat randomly meows like she is scared of me, will chase me through the house and attack me. Then a few minutes later she will cuddle with me and then do it again while I’m petting her. She also meows like I’m threatening her in some way. I don’t know what to do. I can’t take her to the vet, so is there anything I can do?
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