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mikestand:

G. Elliott Simpson

jeanroqueraltique:

my kitten says hello

merkiplier:

This is a virtual hug, spread it to those who need it most!”

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zeysus:

officialcalumthomashood:

Purge proof for Detroit

WHAT THE ACTUAL FUCK

AUDUBILLAH

flowersandpiercings:

frienem:

hyenasinbootyshorts:

tommypom:

This is me sneezing and it’s one of the most adorable things you’ll watch all day.

man lets reblog some cute happy shit

BABY

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jamesdeenhateclub:

i think it’s important that myself and other white ppl remember that we can not even begin to truly understand the pain and trauma of what is happening in ferguson, nor can we grasp the anger and sadness black communities experience due to this situation. all we can do is…

takusexybox:

What a way to repay a loyal four-year-old German shepherd who protected his family by chasing a bear away; his reward - the family surrenders the dog to New York City Animal Care and Control citing allergies as the reason they are signing Duke’s death sentence.
Duke is listed as urgent, which now means this beautiful dog can be euthanized at anytime. Please read his story and help. Volunteers are pledging funds for a reputable rescue to help Duke. Please share this dog’s story with your friends, family and coworkers. Sharing saves lives; thousands of lives continue to be saved because of the miracles of social media. That one person who you send this message to might be the miracle Duke needs.
On July 30, Duke was turned over to strangers; no one from the family even turned around to say goodbye. Upon turning their dog into the shelter, Duke’s “exit interview” stated:

"He chases deer and has chased a bear away from the family…Duke’s owners’ favorite things about him are that he’s very friendly and likes to cuddle. He likes to sneak under owners’ arms while they’re sitting and rest his head on their laps, giving them ‘hugs.’ He loves to be cuddled, kissed, and hugged. Duke is very protective of his family and will growl at strangers if they get close to them. He is wonderful with his family as well as extended family and friends that he sees regularly.”

Duke has been listed as a “New Hope” rescue because he did show some behavior issues. Read more by clicking here. According to Duke’s family, this dog is house trained and does not have accidents. He knows his commands of ‘sit’, ‘stay’, ‘calm down’, and ‘go to the corner’. He is well-behaved, both in and out of the home, and is not destructive, however he is not left alone in the house. When this beautiful dog is off the leash, he comes when called, loves his baths and grooming sessions and is not aggressive when his owners take his food, bones or toys. He’s also fine with being held or restrained; he will growl at strangers and again, is protective of his family.
For more information on adopting from the New York City Animal Care & Control, or to find a rescue to assist, please read the following:http://urgentpetsondeathrow.org/must-read/
For more info on behavior codes and ratings, please read here:https://www.facebook.com/note.php?note_id=283116538381555
For answers to Frequently Asked Questions, please see:https://www.facebook.com/notes/urgent-pets-on-death-row/frequently-asked…
You can call (212) 788-4000 for automated instructions.
If you would like to continue receiving the latest news on pet issues and how we can help those who cannot speak, please click the “Subscribe” icon.
Follow the National Pet Rescue Examiner on Facebook by clicking here. Please visit and “like” my page. You are welcome to submit story ideas by contacting me atcdhanna9703@aol.com.

guysss let others know :c.

takusexybox:

What a way to repay a loyal four-year-old German shepherd who protected his family by chasing a bear away; his reward - the family surrenders the dog to New York City Animal Care and Control citing allergies as the reason they are signing Duke’s death sentence.

Duke is listed as urgent, which now means this beautiful dog can be euthanized at anytime. Please read his story and help. Volunteers are pledging funds for a reputable rescue to help Duke. Please share this dog’s story with your friends, family and coworkers. Sharing saves lives; thousands of lives continue to be saved because of the miracles of social media. That one person who you send this message to might be the miracle Duke needs.

On July 30, Duke was turned over to strangers; no one from the family even turned around to say goodbye. Upon turning their dog into the shelter, Duke’s “exit interview” stated:

"He chases deer and has chased a bear away from the family…
Duke’s owners’ favorite things about him are that he’s very friendly and likes to cuddle. He likes to sneak under owners’ arms while they’re sitting and rest his head on their laps, giving them ‘hugs.’ He loves to be cuddled, kissed, and hugged. Duke is very protective of his family and will growl at strangers if they get close to them. He is wonderful with his family as well as extended family and friends that he sees regularly.”

Duke has been listed as a “New Hope” rescue because he did show some behavior issues. Read more by clicking here. According to Duke’s family, this dog is house trained and does not have accidents. He knows his commands of ‘sit’, ‘stay’, ‘calm down’, and ‘go to the corner’. He is well-behaved, both in and out of the home, and is not destructive, however he is not left alone in the house. When this beautiful dog is off the leash, he comes when called, loves his baths and grooming sessions and is not aggressive when his owners take his food, bones or toys. He’s also fine with being held or restrained; he will growl at strangers and again, is protective of his family.

For more information on adopting from the New York City Animal Care & Control, or to find a rescue to assist, please read the following:http://urgentpetsondeathrow.org/must-read/

For more info on behavior codes and ratings, please read here:https://www.facebook.com/note.php?note_id=283116538381555

For answers to Frequently Asked Questions, please see:https://www.facebook.com/notes/urgent-pets-on-death-row/frequently-asked…

You can call (212) 788-4000 for automated instructions.

If you would like to continue receiving the latest news on pet issues and how we can help those who cannot speak, please click the “Subscribe” icon.

Follow the National Pet Rescue Examiner on Facebook by clicking here. Please visit and “like” my page. You are welcome to submit story ideas by contacting me atcdhanna9703@aol.com.

guysss let others know :c.