dog patch

So I doodled this little dude back during October and decided to turn them into a random character ovo;;//

This is Patch! They have a friend, a ghost of a bat named Fetch!
Patch likes to hang out in pumpkin patches all day and night. They like to garden and sleep in the sunlight.

They can regrow their limbs and spit seeds out of their mouth like bullets. Patch absolutely loves candy and will scare kids to get it on Halloween - mostly by taking their head off or chasing kids off with their pitchfork.
Patch may be a bit hostile towards humans, but they’re relatively friendly and caring to the Earth around them!!

I hope u like them!! ovo//

things i've heard each sign say irl
  • Aries: dOn't yOU sAY thAT aBOut BEYONCÉ!
  • Taurus: find someone that will prioritize u over fried chicken
  • Gemini: why doesn't my lawnmower smell like grass?!?!!
  • Cancer: I'm not overreACTINg
  • Leo: I may have screwed up the convo because of my... daddy kink
  • Virgo: omg, I need to dunk this kid in some sort of deodorant
  • Libra: her face is too plain, she needs a strategically placed mole
  • Scorpio: my cat tore up my dog patch crop top
  • Sagittarius: don't tell me what to do, i'll lick the swing set if I want to!!
  • Capricorn: I'd rather not talk about my childhood for sanity reasons
  • Aquarius: sequin in broad daylight, i feel accomplished on her behalf
  • Pisces: I have a thing for really soft hands
Patater Week - Day 7

Feb. 12- Adopting a Pet Together (Bonus points for including Kit!) - 1.5K

Kimmy’s sitting outside the pet shop, fenced in with two other volunteers and about fifteen puppies when the 6’4 guy with the Falconer’ cap comes up to her.

“Puppy for sale?” he asks, his accent thick. European, Kimmy guesses, but she’s pretty bad at pinpointing these kinds of things. He’s pointing at the wriggling ball of fur in her lap, gnawing at a plastic bone.  

“Adoption,” Kimmy says, then cradles the puppy as she stands. “Would you like to hold him?”

“Can I?” the man asks, sounding pleasantly surprised as he sets down his groceries.

“Sure,” Kimmy says. This particular puppy hasn’t really been catching the attention of families throughout the day. He’s a little plain, Kimmy supposes, and shy around strangers. “Just kind of hold him with two hands—there you go.”

The man is astonishingly gentle when she transfers the puppy to him, and the dog looks comically small in his hands. The man’s eyes are twinkling, and he holds the dog close to his chest, kissing it on the head very lightly as he murmurs in Russian.

“His name’s Kenny,” Kimmy says. “We found him in a box downtown, along with a couple others. They’ve all had their shots, gotten fixed, microchipped, it’s all included in the adoption fees.”

“His name Kenny?” the man grins, like there’s a joke behind that. 

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