Do not buy your kid(s) a bunny this weekend!

earthandanimals:

Rabbits are a lot of work. They need a large space and plenty of excercise. They aren’t usually cuddly animals and I do not recommend them for children. Shelters are over run as it is. Do not crowd them more because you didn’t do crucial research. It is not fair to the bunny at all. An animal is not a toy to be thrown on a shelf when you are “bored” be a responsible owner and do not get any animal on a whim.

oc34neyes:

snoopdogg420:

heres that fucing cat lookin like its wearing circle lenses 

i didnt know a cat could be prettier than most human beings. 

can I have this baby?

(Source: annajossi)

@drwhiskersmeow asked me to prom in the perfect way. I love you. 😘😘😘😘😘😘❤️😊

@drwhiskersmeow asked me to prom in the perfect way. I love you. 😘😘😘😘😘😘❤️😊

Happy National Siblings day! I love this kid more than anyone can imagine. I always looks up to him, and he inspires me to be a better person! I love you, Skylyr!

Happy National Siblings day! I love this kid more than anyone can imagine. I always looks up to him, and he inspires me to be a better person! I love you, Skylyr!

magicalnaturetour:

This baby antelope is the cutest thing you will see today. Photo credit:  Chester Zoo/PA. 

Chester Zoo’s Claire McPhee told the Chester Chronicle:

A dik-dik is one of the smallest species of antelope in the world, mostly found in eastern and southwestern Africa, and this pint-sized cutie, called Neo, measures in at only 20cm and 1.3kg. But there’s a tale of woe attached to these adorable images - baby Neo was rejected by his mother at the zoo - so it’s up to his eight-month-old sister Aluna (also abandoned) and the zookeepers to take over him. 

"Dik-dik mothers do not always take  to their young and unfortunately Neo  and his mum didn’t quite hit it off…but happily his not-so-big sister Aluna…is drawing on  her own experiences and is being a  real calming influence on him"

We rescued our second kitty in the last 2 weeks. This one is very very skinny :(. Tomorrow we will see if he has a microchip! If he doesn’t, he will be in a great foster home! Love life.