Photo
greatblogg:

I love Capybara’s!

greatblogg:

I love Capybara’s!

(via squishy-almonds)

Source: greatblogg
Quote

"Are you scared? Or are you not ready? There is a difference."

- Unique Quietness (via uniquequietness)

(via mangosandmulberries)

Source: uniquequietness
Quote

"You do care. You care so much it’s eating you away. You hate the fact that you care so much but it’s the only thing you know how to do but you constantly lie to yourself just so you can get through the day."

- //12:06// (via ladiscutee)

(via mangosandmulberries)

Source: ladiscutee
Text
Photo Set

antihumanist:

I met these two ladies in Switzerland. They were hugging and licking each other, like best friends.

(via herecome-thewolves)

Source: antihumanist
Photo
Photo
Text

imgonnamakeachange:

if you abandon old dogs that have loved you for their entire life just because they are old and sick, there is a special place in hell reserved for you

AND old cats, horses, guinea pigs, rabbits, birds, hamsters, rats etc…

(via vegantine)

Source: imgonnamakeachange
Photo Set

Rest in Peace DaVinci

Two weeks ago DaVinci died, two minutes ago I called his name at the cage door. His death was unpredicted and still doesn’t feel real.

Despite my best efforts and an emergency vet visit, Vinci died in my arms at 11:16 AM on July 15th, 2014. The last words he heard were ‘I love you’ and ‘please don’t go’. We believe Vinci’s sudden death was due to either a heart problem or complications from his previous battle with pneumonia. Vinci was diagnosed with pneumonia about a week after I rescued him. At the time the vet said he had a 50/50 chance of survival.

Vinci’s name was inspired by Leonardo da Vinci, one of my favorite people of all time. Vinci truly looked like a masterpiece, no touch-ups required. His coat was sleek and shiny, with flecks of gold, white and tan throughout. He had a wide blaze and gorgeous belly markings. Vinci received compliments from rat lovers and rat skeptics alike. I like to think that he made a few people think twice about using the word ‘gross’ to describe a rat.

I believe that everyone who comes into your life will teach you something, whether or not it seems significant at the time. Vinci was a lesson in perseverance, as he overcame many challenges in his life. First, was the shock of bring rehomed. Vinci’s previous ‘caretaker’ had lost interest in him. Then, Vinci came down with pneumonia shortly after he arrived at my home. Vinci also had behavioral problems to overcome. Believe it or not, this precious rat once had a habit of biting. He bit so hard he drew blood multiple occasions. I couldn’t put my hand in his space without being bit. But, with lots of trust training and treats Vinci stopped biting altogether. I willingly stuck my head in the cage and kissed his head without thinking twice. He became a perfect friend. Busy and bursting with character, but also a willing cuddle buddy. He made me laugh and gave me comfort , I couldn’t have asked for more.

Vinci left behind his brother Igneous and his friend Ivy. I am kept busy with Ivy’s treatment for her pituitary tumor and helping Iggy cope.

Rest peacefully Vinci. Thank you for becoming a loyal, irreplaceable friend. I hope you enjoyed our time together as much as I did. I treasure every moment of it. Your energetic, mischievous personality will be missed. I love you, I love you, I love you.

Photo Set

Linus and his brother Douglas. 

Lavender and her friend, Comfrey.

Photos by Adrienne Szamotula

(via thinkingwithoutathought)

Source: chronicallyvegan