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Using her tongue to the full, this long-haired blonde heats up her lover’s pussy to the point of overflowing wetness. Mouthing out little yelps with every tongue flick, the short-haired blonde seems surprised at the extreme pleasure generated by her hot little pussy.

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    LN13

    March 5th, 2014 at 6:52 pm

    Hi, I just wanted some general advice, I’ve never owned a cat before although I did live with some people that had two which made me fall in love with cats πŸ™‚

    Basically I’ll probably just get a short hair domestic as I can’t really afford to fork out the money for a purebreed, but I just wanted some advice as to the basic things I would need straight away, how much food a kitten eats, any tricks or hints. Thanks heaps ^_^ (oh and the kitten will be indoors and outdoors but only when supervised)
    Also my partner has agreed that a kitten would be nice but we’re having an ongoing disscussion as to when we can get one so any bits of information I can use to my advantage would be great πŸ˜›
    Oh and are kittens/cats really that bad at peeing on stuff? Like I can understand a kitten doing it occasionally as its learning but it grows out of that right? (we have wooden floors not carpet so its not really an issue just making sure im prepared ^_^)

    EzioAuditore1459

    March 25th, 2014 at 8:21 am

    My cat is a fully grown female called Angel. She’s a bit of a bitch but we love her. She used to throw up often but it has decreased now and she only vomits now and then. She usually vomits after eating and then having a long drink. The food in her vomit seems to be almost fully whole and hardly digested. Why would she vomit? We did think it was from the poison in the mice she ate in which she only ate the head and left the rest. However we now think it may be because she eats a lot at once then has a lot to drink which she usually vomits soon after. It would be great if we knew what caused it and how to stop it because it’s quite gross and my mum sometimes gets very angry at her when she vomits, especially when it’s on the carpet. So why does she vomit? and what can we do to stop it?

    Lasagna delivery guy

    April 26th, 2014 at 8:18 am

    Okay, the shedding is to be expected with a long haired, thick coated cat (no breed, just a lovable moggie) and I brush him every morning and night (I have a FURminator), and use a moisturizing cat wipe as an alternative to a bath since I like my blood in my body. I don’t think diet is the problem, since I think I feed him a pretty good cat food – Blue Buffalo Wilderness – the canned turkey flavor normally since he really loves this stuff. What sold me on it was the 95% protein from real meat and the enriched vitamins and no grains or by-products, but maybe it isn’t as good as I thought? (I read that poor diet could lead to dandruff – so just a thought? Anyone know where this food ranks in quality cat food?) I tried fish-oil but my little guy will not come near anything with fish-oil (I am even considering smearing my counter tops with it! Ha-ha!) I took him to the vet to see if he had a skin problem and the vet kind of just told me that some cats are like this, and it is just more noticeable because of his black fur, and as long as he isn’t scratching himself I shouldn’t worry. The only thing I’ve found online that I haven’t tried is a humidifier, and really since he isn’t contained to just one room (though he does prefer to sleep on my bed at night when he isn’t roaming the house) I am not sure how much good a humidifier will do. So any advice? Solutions? Should I try to change his diet to a lower protein diet (since I also read high-protein can cause dry skin) and if so, what is a good brand to swap to? Anyone know a lick-safe leave in conditioner maybe? This problem only started two weeks ago and nothing I know of has changed for him. His coat isn’t as shiny as it was either. Only other thing I can think of is that an ingredient in either the wipes or his food changed. I am taking him to another vet for a second opinion tomorrow, but would like some advice for the mean-time. I really don’t like just being told “Well, that is just the way it is.” There has to be something I can do to lessen the dandruff – it can’t be comfortable to have dry skin!

    Thank you all in advance!
    Thank you both for your answers. His meals are wet-only, however he gets a vet-recomended dry snack that is suppose to be good for keeping his teeth clean. I also brush his teeth (brush only) once a day. He is about 11-months old, so it isn’t like he’s an old guy. Another thought crossed my mind, maybe his naps in the sun are doing a number to his fur? And other than closing the blinds I am not sure how to prevent this. I only tried the liquid form of fish-oil, I will look into the dry form. I am also looking into safe ways for me to bathe him. He is very well behaved until he’s wet, then he goes a little crazy, but if this will help him I am willing to risk it! Thanks so far for the great advice! Glad to hear someone else thinks Blue Buffalo is a good brand. And yes, I do love my little guy a lot!

    Ray D

    June 4th, 2014 at 11:43 pm

    So i was reading around, and it says to train your puppy now, rather than later, if he/she is biting. It says the yelp loud when your puppy nips at you (its doesn’t even have to be a hard nip) but when it happens, just yelp and say “No.” then walk away from him/her and stop playing. Then after, go back to them and put your hand close to them and if they sniff and/or lick your hand, your supposed to praise him/her and say Nice or Good, with obvious delight in your voice.
    Some resource said that if your puppy continues to bite/nip, put them in time out for about a minute (put them in a boring room)

    So, i’m trying that with my puppy, and its working. Except that when i walk away after she bites (which is pretty hard with her little sharp teeth) she just continues to play by herself (she’s pretty hyper lol) So i dont really think she notices my absence.

    So i was just wondering if any of you dog lovers have any tips? Or if you have tried these and if they actually worked.
    I dont believe in using a spray bottle.

    * NOTE: To whoever thinks i’m not a good dog owner, just know that i have 4 other dogs that i have trained myself (Pure bred Rotty, schitzu poodle, long haired Chihuahua and my mixed mutt) and i show them all my attention and affection i possibly could πŸ™‚ I just never had a problem with any of my dogs getting nippy, so i never had to train them in this way, except my affenpinscher i just bought. She’s 3 months and we’re having problems with her nippiness.

    Thank you πŸ™‚
    Yeah, i dont agree with hitting the puppies nose. But thanks anyway πŸ™‚

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