dancing tiger

Ladies and gentlemen, may I present for your viewing pleasure:

Why does this exist?  Well sit down my buddy friend chum pally pals and I’ll tell ya!  I’ve been doing Zootopia voice-dub work over the last few months and thought to myself “I wonder if anyone has thought of pairing The Bloodhound Gangs’ ‘The Bad Touch’ with Zootopia?”  The beautiful image of Nick Wilde singing “you and me baby ain’t nothing but mammals” whirled around like spicy dancing tigers in my mind’s eye, and thus I began piecing together this pet project of mine over the last two weeks!

And with that, my homelike-breadslice dawgs, I leave you with this labor of love; let me know if there are other songs you’d like to see the Zootopia/other movie casts sing for ya!

HAPPY BIRTHDAY, FOXY!!!! (ノ◕ヮ◕)ノ*:・゚✧

You are a very kind, lovely, and talented person that has graced us with amazing fics and friendship! I could not help but draw a part of that sexy club scene you wrote~ You deserve all the love @theinsanefox and I hope you have a wonderful day full of happiness and gifts! ♡♡♡

If you haven’t checked out her fic A Thorn in the Tiger’s Paw you really should! It’s fantastic and will give you all the feels! ♡



I wish you a happy new year, wish you the best !

Success, happiness, health and fun !!! In french it’s succès, Joie, santé et fun ! 

Thank you for everything during this year, sharing on a website mostly in english was really hard for me but you were always here to help me to correct my mistakes and push me forward to learn more !!

I had an amazing year here with you, it was fun and I laughed a lot seeing many things on Tumblr and I was really happy to share more animations with you ! 

So, Merci merci merci !! And let’s go 2016 !


This tiger will not eat pigeons :D

View of actress Diana Sands and dancer Alvin Ailey in the play, “Tiger, tiger burning bright.” Typed on back: “Diana Sands in ‘Tiger, tiger burning bright’ (with Alvin Ailey).”

  • Courtesy of the E. Azalia Hackley Collection of African Americans in the Performing Arts, Detroit Public Library