korvjl:

i had a dream / september 2014

korvjl:

i had a dream / september 2014

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666tokyo:

teratol-8rgy:

illbilly666:

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ew wtf bitch get outta here ^^

hahha wt is wrong w all these promo bitchst h i r s t y y y y

666tokyo:

teratol-8rgy:

illbilly666:

🔪💀follow 4 more death, Satan & rainbows💀🔪

ew wtf bitch get outta here ^^

hahha wt is wrong w all these promo bitchs

t h i r s t y y y y

alexthebeck:

'Ingrid's God' 11x14, oil on canvas

alexthebeck:

'Ingrid's God' 11x14, oil on canvas

officialtobio:

officialtobio:

where is that picture of a cartoon cat wearing four high heels that goes around every halloween to help people with anxiety

image

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crocuta:

rickyhitler:

willow-wanderings:

roachpatrol:

bluealoe:

roachpatrol:

bluealoe:

roachpatrol:

razzda:

LOOK AT MY ADORABLE DOG IN HIS STUPID HALLOWEEN OUTFIT IMSOHAPPY

My girlfriend bought me the skull bandana today and and and BUH ; W ; 

ITSSOCUTE.. ITS.. SO.. PERFECT

the pupkin king

Smh… please don’t costume pets. It is uncomfortable and unnecessary for them and is downright abusive. They don’t care how “cute” you think they look…

dude, chill the fuck out, the costume fits fine on him and he doesn’t mind it at all. he lets us know when he’s uncomfortable with stuff by squirming and pawing and shaking, and he doesn’t act a bit differently when we put bandannas and cute doggie sweaters on him. the other day he even wriggled his head into his fluffy white sweater, then he looked at me till i helped him put his paws through the armholes, then he trotted off. 

plus like we live in chicago, it’s gonna get down to negative temperatures this winter, he’s not a huskie, he needs to get used to doggie sweaters. 

Thanks for the misgender!

I was reblogging for my (VEGAN) followers. Wouldn’t expect a carnist to get it :)
And obviously that animal shouldn’t be living in chicago, any more than a husky should in arizona

1) You don’t get to cry misgendering when your blog info does not state your gender or pronouns and you’ve been called ‘dude’ which is a common gender-neutral term. This is a completely bullshit ‘gotcha!’. What the fuck. 

2) It’s ridiculous to reblog a post with an accusation of abuse and then act like the people you’re accusing have no place in contradicting you. It’s also ridiculous to act like eating meat makes you an automatic abuser of your pet—a pet which also eats meat. What the fuck. 

3) We got this dog from a shelter. A shelter in Chicago. Should they have shipped the dog to Arizona? Would you like to help me rehome this dog to Arizona? Should the dog have stayed in the shelter until someone who was headed to Arizona could take him? Would any of these options have been kinder than having him wear sweaters sometimes because it’s cold? What the fuck. 

*sits quietly and claps*

dressing little dogs up is not abuse. The only time I think dressing a dog up to be abuse would be if the dog is constricted and visibly upset and stressed over the ordeal.

Hahaha what the fuck tumblr

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digitallyimpaired:

heyo, 

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diabetic—-homeless—-hookers:

I found the meat socks DeDe sent me.

diabetic—-homeless—-hookers:

I found the meat socks DeDe sent me.

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theurbanfoxwatcher:

twofacedsheep:

“Reynard’s Glen, as I have christened this area is home to numerous foxes. One fox in particular will be very familiar to local residence as he is tailless. We call him Manx, He is very bold and has no fear of humans. I have spotted him on numerous occasions asleep in our front garden. I always know when he is about as both our cats come hurtling through the cat flap and watch him from the safety of the front room…”
Original Source.

While accidents (such as getting the tail caught in a fence) and injury may be cause of missing tails, sometimes the tails are bitten off when the fox is very young. 
Inexperienced vixens may mistake the tail for the umbilical cord and bite it off at birth. Cubs can also end up biting off the tail or limbs of their siblings. Even at just a few weeks old, cubs are very aggressive towards their siblings and serious injuries through sibling fights aren’t uncommon.

theurbanfoxwatcher:

twofacedsheep:

Reynard’s Glen, as I have christened this area is home to numerous foxes. One fox in particular will be very familiar to local residence as he is tailless. We call him Manx, He is very bold and has no fear of humans. I have spotted him on numerous occasions asleep in our front garden. I always know when he is about as both our cats come hurtling through the cat flap and watch him from the safety of the front room…”

Original Source.

While accidents (such as getting the tail caught in a fence) and injury may be cause of missing tails, sometimes the tails are bitten off when the fox is very young. 

Inexperienced vixens may mistake the tail for the umbilical cord and bite it off at birth. Cubs can also end up biting off the tail or limbs of their siblings. Even at just a few weeks old, cubs are very aggressive towards their siblings and serious injuries through sibling fights aren’t uncommon.

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onceuponatown:

Skeleton of horse, running. By Eadweard Muybridge. San Francisco c.1881.

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hansjonesy:

blackbackedjackal:

Just for illustrative purposes, here’s a few of the lap dog breeds that have gone extinct over the last hundred years.

The top two images are of the Mexican Lapdog and the Russian Lapdog. Though the taxidermied specimens shown are juveniles, you can see how insanely small they were (described as being “hamster-sized”). I dunno about you, but considering wolves average around 80-100lbs, I don’t believe dogs were ever meant to be that small. 

The bottom two are of the Chinese Happa who bears a striking resemblance to certain a modern breed. I can only imagine the health issues that would come with having such a flat-faced creature.

Finally, here’s an article about the health problems of brachycephalic dog breeds.

in case anyone was wondering, these creatures are housed in the Natural History Museum at Tring! Someday, I will go — there’s so much worth seeing there.

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kahira:

artbymoga:

krimsons:

worthless

But really

I’m almost always the second one O-O

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spinachandchocolate:

slim-and-svelte:

 

I’ll just have one cookie

spinachandchocolate:

slim-and-svelte:

 

I’ll just have one cookie

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