In the Dark

Jul 29

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If I was Hanna.

kissesfromrosewood:

Aria : You’re the problem Hanna! You’re always the problem!

Hanna:

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(via wallflower-in-the-midst)

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animalshugging:

I know this blog is usually more lighthearted than this, but my local animal shelter, the MSPCA, recently took in 427 birds from a SINGLE home in the area, and they all need help finding new homes.  The MSPCA is now housing a total of 501 birds of all kinds (finches, pigeons, quail, chickens, ducks, geese, parrots, parakeets, and more.)  
If any of your followers are looking to adopt a bird in Eastern Massachusetts, I hope they will consider adopting from or donating to the MSPCA at Nevin’s Farm to help cover the cost of care for these many birds.
Hello everyone, just boosting the signal on this to help out the birbs….Pass it on!!

animalshugging:

I know this blog is usually more lighthearted than this, but my local animal shelter, the MSPCA, recently took in 427 birds from a SINGLE home in the area, and they all need help finding new homes.  The MSPCA is now housing a total of 501 birds of all kinds (finches, pigeons, quail, chickens, ducks, geese, parrots, parakeets, and more.)  

If any of your followers are looking to adopt a bird in Eastern Massachusetts, I hope they will consider adopting from or donating to the MSPCA at Nevin’s Farm to help cover the cost of care for these many birds.

Hello everyone, just boosting the signal on this to help out the birbs….Pass it on!!

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llbwwb:

Indian Elephants by Jagdeep Rajput

llbwwb:

Indian Elephants by Jagdeep Rajput

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silverfoxmen:

Eric Rutherford, model

silverfoxmen:

Eric Rutherford, model

See Spot Get Depressed

newyorker:

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Joshua Rothman reads “Animal Madness,” a new book about mental illness in animals: http://nyr.kr/1A5Ym1H

“Animals living in captivity—even pets—are more often pushed to the edge of sanity, frequently by factors wholly outside of their control. Constant visibility, social isolation, and a succession of strange environments make animals anxious, and the signs of that anxiety are, in turn, often highly visible: animals pluck their own feathers or pull out their fur, bite their tails or fins, regurgitate their food, pace ruts into the floors of their stalls or cells.”

Photograph by Nano Calvo/VWPics/Redux

(Source: newyorker.com)

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thorsagod:

we all have dicks we regret sucking

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