cosplay-compliments:

shikarius:

Oh. I lied.

Skull Kid from Loz: Majora’s Mask is me. Photo is by god with a camera Apprivoise at Katsucon.

Woah.

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etall:

visiting a friend

etall:

visiting a friend

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handsomedogs:

My Kooikerhondje made a little bit of a mess

handsomedogs:

My Kooikerhondje made a little bit of a mess

birdandmoon:

Hammerhead sharks are amazing, beautiful, and globally endangered. Learn more about them at sharktagging.com. Original comic is on my site here.

xetsaphoto:

Jazz - Red Merle Australian Shepherd
Opal - Black Tri w/ Brindle Points Cardigan Welsh Corgi

xetsaphoto:

Jazz - Red Merle Australian Shepherd

Opal - Black Tri w/ Brindle Points Cardigan Welsh Corgi

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thenewenlightenmentage:

Bugs up Close

Image Credit: Boris Godfroid

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handsomedogs:



Rule of Thirds- Dog / / katesgreenman

handsomedogs:

Rule of Thirds- Dog / /

sunhawk:

lumichi:

Finished and scanned Grackle painting!
oliviachinmueller.com

GLORIOUS

sunhawk:

lumichi:

Finished and scanned Grackle painting!

oliviachinmueller.com

GLORIOUS

supersmashbros3dswiiu:

April 17, 2014 Image Overload

aneternalscoutandabrownie:

jamesmdavisson:

So far, I have been enjoying the Adventures of Business Cat a great deal, possibly more than is appropriate for an adult human. (All of these are from the webcomic Happy Jar)

UPDATE: Now with more Business.

YES ALL THE BUSINESS CAT STRIPS IN ONE PLACE

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adopt-an-other:

Every year, a few months after Easter, the shelter experiences a flood of young rabbits. We call this the “post-Easter rush”.
This happens because every year, people buy baby rabbits at pet stores as Easter presents, usually for children. In a couple of months, these baby balls of fluff have grown up to be teenagers: active, curious, destructive, hormonal and messy. And then they end up at the shelter.
So a friendly reminder this weekend! Rabbits:
* Can live over 10 years with proper care
* Should be spayed/neutered for better health & behaviour
* Should see a specialized vet for medical care
* Prefer not to be picked up and cuddled
* Should live in a pen or free-range, NOT in a pet store cage
* Are not the best choice of pets for small children
* Are high-maintenance pets!
If you’re going to buy a rabbit this weekend, make it a chocolate one.
If you’re serious about getting a rabbit as a pet, stop and do some research, and then look at local shelters for adoption - most of them will even come spayed/neutered. Don’t buy from a pet store. Try and get an adult rabbit, or if you want to get a young rabbit, do some more research, because just like puppies and kittens, young rabbits need some extra care.
For more info on proper rabbit care, check out the House Rabbit Society:
http://rabbit.org/
Or the Ontario Rabbit Education Organization:
http://ontariorabbits.org/
Or hey, you can send me an ask!
But please, if you’re giving a rabbit as a gift this Easter, make it chocolate.

adopt-an-other:

Every year, a few months after Easter, the shelter experiences a flood of young rabbits. We call this the “post-Easter rush”.

This happens because every year, people buy baby rabbits at pet stores as Easter presents, usually for children. In a couple of months, these baby balls of fluff have grown up to be teenagers: active, curious, destructive, hormonal and messy. And then they end up at the shelter.

So a friendly reminder this weekend! Rabbits:

* Can live over 10 years with proper care

* Should be spayed/neutered for better health & behaviour

* Should see a specialized vet for medical care

* Prefer not to be picked up and cuddled

* Should live in a pen or free-range, NOT in a pet store cage

* Are not the best choice of pets for small children

* Are high-maintenance pets!

If you’re going to buy a rabbit this weekend, make it a chocolate one.

If you’re serious about getting a rabbit as a pet, stop and do some research, and then look at local shelters for adoption - most of them will even come spayed/neutered. Don’t buy from a pet store. Try and get an adult rabbit, or if you want to get a young rabbit, do some more research, because just like puppies and kittens, young rabbits need some extra care.

For more info on proper rabbit care, check out the House Rabbit Society:

http://rabbit.org/

Or the Ontario Rabbit Education Organization:

http://ontariorabbits.org/

Or hey, you can send me an ask!

But please, if you’re giving a rabbit as a gift this Easter, make it chocolate.

jtotheizzoe:

nevver:

Means of Reproduction, Svjetlana Tepavcevic

Seeds of wonder.

Want more? Check out this amazing collection of seeds, painted with electrons through an SEM.

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animals & video games & the occasional late night drawing

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