thunder foots

cat loving vegetable eater


Reblogged from iraffiruse
resident-tofu:

proteanbeing:


Dismissed

Batman: Fighting the symptoms of crime rather than the roots of it. Much like our society.

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resident-tofu:

proteanbeing:

Dismissed

Batman: Fighting the symptoms of crime rather than the roots of it. Much like our society.

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(Source: iraffiruse)

Reblogged from freedomforwhales

freedomforwhales:

Top Photo: Kanaka Bay, the proposed location for Lolita’s sea pen if her rehabilitation and release is ever approved.

Bottom Photo: The Miami Seaquarium “Whale Bowl,” also known as Lolita’s prison cell where she is forcibly kept to be an entertainer against her will.

Which do you think she would rather live in? The answer is staring you right in the face. Orca’s aren’t meant to live in boxes.

Please leave a comment on this petition to Include Lolita on the endangered species act and get her that much closer to freedom!

Always thinking about Lolita.

(via mojavedolphins)

Reblogged from vegasmo

vegasmo:

Sometimes when I’m sitting alone, contemplating deeply about my deepest, inner-self; it dawns on me that I’m the vegan Macho Man Randy Savage.

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Excluding the Slim Jims…

snap into a primal stick?

when i leave central florida, i will miss the daily summer thunderstorms.

Reblogged from fightingforanimals
Reblogged from brianlamontburgess

Slinky was found in a wooded area on the side of the road. She was aggressive, emaciated, fearful, covered in fleas, and had late stage heartworm. Slinky’s condition was so poor that the vet initially recommended euthanasia. She feared that even if she survived treatment, Slinky’s aggression would be too severe to manage. I got really sentimental last minute and proceeded with treatment. Because of how advanced the heartworm disease was, how anxious she tended to get when startled by the simplest things, and how thin she was, her chances of survival were guarded at best, but she had come to trust me, and I wanted her to have a chance. Slinky’s aggression has improved dramatically through force free training and patient socialization. She still gets startled pretty easily, but she welcomes guests into our home and sleeps in my bed every night. This is Slinky, the cutest chihuahua mix to ever survive heartworm.

Slinky was found in a wooded area on the side of the road. She was aggressive, emaciated, fearful, covered in fleas, and had late stage heartworm. Slinky’s condition was so poor that the vet initially recommended euthanasia. She feared that even if she survived treatment, Slinky’s aggression would be too severe to manage. I got really sentimental last minute and proceeded with treatment. Because of how advanced the heartworm disease was, how anxious she tended to get when startled by the simplest things, and how thin she was, her chances of survival were guarded at best, but she had come to trust me, and I wanted her to have a chance. Slinky’s aggression has improved dramatically through force free training and patient socialization. She still gets startled pretty easily, but she welcomes guests into our home and sleeps in my bed every night. This is Slinky, the cutest chihuahua mix to ever survive heartworm.

Reblogged from underthevastblueseas

Sharks are not cats, but they are way pretty cool.

(Source: underthevastblueseas, via serveitindrag)

Those big cat cubs you can get your picture taken with are being exploited, and you shouldn’t give money to the people exploiting them.