I hear my mom shrieking downstairs, shouting up to me about “THE CATS! THE CATS!”
I run downstairs, thinking someone has died or something and see THIS:
I FEEL LIKE I NEED TO PUNCH SOMETHING TO GET OVER THE ADORABLENESS
That last one is like a police line up. “Can you identify the cat who attacked your bare feet at 4:15 this morning, ma’am?”
If there was a conference for “lovable rogue” characters he’d be the keynote speaker.
(Source: milpool91, via pantheraj)
do you ever wonder how a character is doing after a series is over
Yes, like, always.
::glances at all the fanfiction I wrote::
That’d be a yes.
(Bunnies and Sunshine)
Easter is coming up! And it’s a terrible time for pet store bunnies!
Rabbits are marketed as “easy”, short-lived, starter pets, especially during the Easter holidays, but that couldn’t be farther from the truth! A healthy, well cared for bunny can live just as long as the average cat or dog- 10-12 years!
What’s more, they have more complex needs than a cat or a dog. Rabbits are prey animals and do not behave or show affection in the same way as predators like cats and dogs; they don’t deal well with being outside-only animals; they can get sad if they’re on their own and don’t receive enough attention; and if they’re bought as a male and female couple, they can start reproducing from as early as 5-6 months of age, and they can carry multiple litters at the same time!
They have a specialised diet (NOT carrots!), need a specialised living area (unless you want all your things to get chewed up!), and they need specialised vets! Caring for them costs as much as caring for a dog!
They’re a big responsibility!
This Easter, Make Yours Chocolate!
BUNNY SAFETY SIGNAL BOOST BECAUSE BUNNIES ARE IMPORTANT
Do idiot people seriously buy a bunny for Easter and then dump it later? Are they morons? Buy a toy one, or a chocolate one, FFS.