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Rough play or aggressive behavior?

I would recommend caution against continuing play if your cat is putting claws or teeth on you (even if it's not really harming you). These things may be cute now, but may be less cute as he continues ...
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Low energy, appetite; urinary issue; hiding in one year old cat

Short answer: Go to the vet. Try to get an appointment as soon as possible. This doesn't sound life threatening, but the longer the problem persists, the harder it will be to get her back to toilet ...
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We adopted a rescue dog that we are pretty sure was abused. After about a week hes started peeing on my daughter

Whether or not he was abused has nothing to do with his urinating on people. This is just unacceptable behavior, but it seems like he hasn't learned that. Your daughter is the one who can stop him ...
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How risky are rocks for dogs?

Definitely not advised to allow dog to chew or swallow rocks, as chewing can cause damage to their mouths (teeth, gums, etc.), and swallowing of course, digestive issues (ie blockages, or sharp rocks ...
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