I would hope so with what I’m paying in tuition.

I would hope so with what I’m paying in tuition.

be-their-sound:


"Most pets will go through a myriad of emotions.They cry, they bark, they fret, they tremble. Many defecate on themselves. They are terrified. For the days that remain for them, they sit waiting for that familiar face or voice. But you don’t see that. The workers see that. The rescuers see that and the volunteers see that. I’ll never forget the day a senior White German Shepard was dropped off. When that car pulled away, the dog let out such a horrifying gut wrenching cry that several of us burst into tears. But that’s the whole point. She’ll never relive that moment, but we will. .Sometimes in rescue we hear the following,” You personalize animals too much. They don’t have feelings.” Well, I challenge folks to go on Google and type in three words” Sad Dog Faces (or Cats) You will not believe the thousands of haunting images that await you. Most of them are pictures taken at shelters. Paws holding on to chain links, noses praying they can escape under wires. Eyes still bright with hope and eyes whose light has long been extinguished. Please we are begging you, QUIT DUMPING YOUR PETS AT THE SHELTERS ON CRAIGS LIST and to folks you know care. Let’s begin with precious JAX to be both the start and symbol of what we DON’T want to see. 20,000 companion pets alone are killed in Louisville. For those pets who are lucky enough to be saved and find a home, don’t think for a minute it was an easy transition. On a positive note, we wanted to share JAX’S “After,” picture. This is what you get when you care and when you love. Thank you Lecia and thank you Shamrock.Foundation. But for every dog or cat taken out hundreds will come in their place. It’s simply wrong. Like holding the ocean back with a shovel.I’ll end here with a quote: “The question is not, ‘Can they reason?’ nor, ‘Can’t they talk? But rather, ‘Can they suffer?” -I think we can collectively say, “Yes they do.”. And I still believe that collectively WE can make a difference.
Carmelita”
Shamrock Foundation

Animals are not objects. They are people. They are family members. And to those who dump their family members with no thought at shelters wordwide, or abandon them, I have no sympathy for you. Your lack of compassion is repulsive. 

be-their-sound:

"Most pets will go through a myriad of emotions.They cry, they bark, they fret, they tremble. Many defecate on themselves. They are terrified. For the days that remain for them, they sit waiting for that familiar face or voice. But you don’t see that. The workers see that. The rescuers see that and the volunteers see that. I’ll never forget the day a senior White German Shepard was dropped off. When that car pulled away, the dog let out such a horrifying gut wrenching cry that several of us burst into tears. But that’s the whole point. She’ll never relive that moment, but we will. 
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Sometimes in rescue we hear the following,” You personalize animals too much. They don’t have feelings.” Well, I challenge folks to go on Google and type in three words” Sad Dog Faces (or Cats) You will not believe the thousands of haunting images that await you. Most of them are pictures taken at shelters. Paws holding on to chain links, noses praying they can escape under wires. Eyes still bright with hope and eyes whose light has long been extinguished. 

Please we are begging you, QUIT DUMPING YOUR PETS AT THE SHELTERS ON CRAIGS LIST and to folks you know care. Let’s begin with precious JAX to be both the start and symbol of what we DON’T want to see. 20,000 companion pets alone are killed in Louisville. For those pets who are lucky enough to be saved and find a home, don’t think for a minute it was an easy transition. 

On a positive note, we wanted to share JAX’S “After,” picture. This is what you get when you care and when you love. Thank you Lecia and thank you Shamrock.Foundation. But for every dog or cat taken out hundreds will come in their place. It’s simply wrong. Like holding the ocean back with a shovel.

I’ll end here with a quote: “The question is not, ‘Can they reason?’ nor, ‘Can’t they talk? But rather, ‘Can they suffer?” -I think we can collectively say, “Yes they do.”. And I still believe that collectively WE can make a difference.

Carmelita”

Shamrock Foundation

Animals are not objects. They are people. They are family members. And to those who dump their family members with no thought at shelters wordwide, or abandon them, I have no sympathy for you. Your lack of compassion is repulsive. 

tittily:

my little cousin got bit by a house spider and she was crying so i went to get some stuff to soothe and numb it but before i could even walk out the door i heard her quietly whisper ‘i can’t handle the responsibility of being spiderman’

lovingmagcon2:

You better fucking reblog this guys

lovingmagcon2:

You better fucking reblog this guys

georgetakei:

I dare you to take this to the office… ohmyyy.gt/9MP7xX
geothebio:

first pumpkin spice frap of the season, yo

I had my first one, ever, today. OMG! What took me so long. It was awesome!

geothebio:

first pumpkin spice frap of the season, yo

I had my first one, ever, today. OMG! What took me so long. It was awesome!

tastefullyoffensive:

The steaks have never been higher. [via]

When I was growing up in California, there was an ad campaign that state that good cheese came from happy cows. I now know how and why the cows were so happy.

tastefullyoffensive:

The steaks have never been higher. [via]

When I was growing up in California, there was an ad campaign that state that good cheese came from happy cows. I now know how and why the cows were so happy.

fat women: *gets shit on by peers, media, the fashion industry, products and marketing*
skinny women: *praised by literally everyone*
skinny women: *doesn't say shit while fat women are being put down*
Nicki: fuck skinny bitches
skinny women: what the FUCK what htE FUCK??? YOU ARE Nt gonna get ANYhwer by shMING ANY body type...we have to LOVE evyer,,,one!!!!1111

readmore-worryless:

"Too many books?" I believe the phrase you’re looking for is "not enough bookshelves".