This blog is dedicated to my lovely pets who have passed on, Sambuka and Starr.

disgustinganimals:

cetaprincipissa:

disgustinganimals

its defensive posture is lackluster and reflexes are slow.
i don’t even think it realizes that the human has defeated its back feetsy.  
eyes too sleepy.
tummy too wiggly.
i don’t want any of this.

disgustinganimals:

cetaprincipissa:

disgustinganimals

its defensive posture is lackluster and reflexes are slow.

i don’t even think it realizes that the human has defeated its back feetsy.  

eyes too sleepy.

tummy too wiggly.

i don’t want any of this.

(Source: catleecious)

stfueverything:

sizvideos:

Video

emergency cuteness

tatterhood:

Save the viking goats!!!

Johanna Thorvaldsdóttir’s Icelandic goat farm (Háafell) is facing foreclosure in September, resulting in the entire goat flock being butchered - unless enough funds are raised to save it!

There are less than 820 Icelandic goats in the entire world - they are an endangered species. Almost half of them will be lost if this farm is not saved. I visited Háafell 2 years ago and every goat I draw is rooted in this place. Any little bit helps :)

tastefullyoffensive:

tastefullyoffensive:

Dogs Sitting on Cats [video version]

Previously: Dogs Using Computers

I added a few more.

puppies-and-dogs-oh-my:

Puppy dogs :)

unamusedsloth:

Baby goats aka kids are for everyone.

(Source: unamusedsloth)

tegukisses:

my bestest blogging buddy (◠ω✿)

lokiloo:

ifc:

digg:

THIS TINY HAMSTER IS GOING PLACES

This is why the internet exists.

i’m so happy

biomorphosis:

Tapirs are primitive animals that have remained unchanged for millions of years. Fossils of tapir ancestors have been found on every continent except Antarctica. Closest relatives of tapirs are horses and rhinos.

Its nose and upper lip are combined into a flexible snout that the animal uses to reach and pull food into its mouth. Tapirs are nocturnal animals that like to spend a lot of time in the water. They can stay under the water for several minutes. In fact, when frightened, tapirs hide in the water and breathe with their snout poked above the surface like a snorkel!