cat in pound

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I FINALLY figured out how to make thumbnails!  XD  (shutupitwashardokay??)

Fan art of @thelastpilot ‘s fan fiction, “Rainy Days,” which was one of the first ML fics I ever read.  I’m definitely a bit late to the party since it was written a few months back, but I’m a new fan so it’s still new to me.  ;)  And at least I don’t have to tag it with a spoiler alert.  XD


I drew this while I was on vacation, so it was drawn in my sketchbook instead of digitally like I’m used to.

(Apologies again for the giant watermarks)


Edit: Someone asked for a link, here it is.

my brother and i are both visiting my parents for the holidays and we both brought our cats home. mine is a (very large) 15 pound cat black cat that is about 4 years old. his is a (very tiny) 3 pound black kitten. they are ridiculously cute when they play together i love it

anonymous asked:

No worries about chubby babies, my cat is 30+ pounds of pure ginger love

yes worries about chubby babies. if an animal is under my care, it’s my job to be responsible & keep that animal healthy 

What I Learned on My Equine Rotation

The last 6 weeks of my life have been an absolute whirlwind of exhaustion, uncertainty, imposter syndrome, paperwork, and overall a truly rocky and difficult adjustment period to life on clinical rotations.  Over this past 6 weeks on equine medicine, surgery, and field service I learned: 

-> Learning a horse’s body language is very important and can be the difference between you standing or you being kicked back into last week.

-> All horses are anatomical disasters. I’m convinced if you look at them funny they will either colic or fall over dead. 

-> Funnily enough, most horse people I talk to are more afraid of cats than their 1400 pound horse. 

-> The instrument used to castrate a male horse (and other large animals) is called an emasuclator. I am not making this up!

-> Nothing will ever convince me that a horse’s GI tract makes sense. 

-> Horses colors will forever be lost on me. The same color being called different things depending on the breed is just cruel (I’m looking at you Sorrel and Chesnuts).

-> Equine people can be… intense. And I don’t mean the clients (who overall were all fabulous and wonderful people who I would love to work for again). 

-> I’m convinced horses would be better off without guttural pouches. 

-> Horses seriously only walk on the equivalent of their middle finger…. a 1000 pound creature walking on ONE finger…. And people wonder why horses are constantly lame. 

-> The most important thing I learned is that I’m never ever going to be a horse vet. But I learned things that I will carry with me into my small animal vet career and for that I’m grateful.

Second Edition of “I really need to take a good look at the sizes of witchy supplies on amazon before I buy them” (Check out first edition with the spell bottles for mice here)

Decided to buy some rose petals for upcoming spells, particularly 

  1. bath spells (including @starmagicks ‘s Bath Spell to Release Anger)
  2. bottle spells (including @celestinewiitch’s Self Care Spell Jar,  @feather-set ‘s A Better Me Spell Bottle, and because I’m obsessed with all of @witchy-woman ‘s jars I’m sure I’ll find a way to add it some of hers when I make more of them as well)
  3. witchy teas (including @queerbeldam ‘s Goddess Relaxation Tea which I’m so excited to try!)

Anyway…on amazon it looked like a reasonable amount. I suppose that I didn’t realize how much a pound is in rose petal amounts…the bag is pictured here with my 16 pound cat.