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aaronki3:

self-defense

aaronki3:

self-defense

businessinsider:

The incredible, world-changing impact of vaccines.

honeyipwnedthekids:

"YOU FEED YOUR CAT/DOG VEGAN FOOD? ANIMAL ABUSER!"

[eats a dead animal]

Okay. I could see the contradiction of vegans feeding their animals meat products but if you have a carnivorous animal, you need to feed it meat. Either vegans need to only have herbivore pets or they need to feed their carnivorous pets meat.

You wouldn’t have to support the meat industry, per se. You could kill your own meat for your pet or let them kill their own food. The problem with the former is that you still have to buy the animal you intend to kill for your pet (unless you trap wild animals but you still need a permit for that and is in some way, at least, tied into the meat industry). The problem with the former is that letting your pet kill its own food often leads to decimated wild animal populations. (Look at certain wild bird species and cats). 

Bottom line is, if you are a vegan, either don’t get a carnivorous pet or own up to the fact that not everything can be vegan. Be responsible.

shionbroslover:

katsplanet:

whenever people say they dont like cats because they dont happily greet you at the door i give them the stinkiest eye

MEOW-OW-OW-OW!

smashsurvey:

The fact that Coachella would choose ‘native aesthetics’ to co-opt and reproduce for the amusement of a largely white audience right on the doorstep of the Cabazon Indian Reservation just shows how little they consider NDN’s anything more than fiction or exotic history for the consumption of 20-something hipsters. 

visitheworld:

The western terrace at Nemrut Dağı, eastern Turkey (by richard0428).

visitheworld:

The western terrace at Nemrut Dağı, eastern Turkey (by richard0428).

allcreatures:


A frog peeks out of Anan Lake near Lebanon’s southern city of Sidon

Picture: ALI HASHISHO/REUTERS (via Animal photos of the week - Telegraph)

allcreatures:

A frog peeks out of Anan Lake near Lebanon’s southern city of Sidon

Picture: ALI HASHISHO/REUTERS (via Animal photos of the week - Telegraph)