eating hay

Hey this is one of my bunnies and his name is Joshua!!! He had a really hard life before I got him because he was neglected by his owners and so he got cage aggressive. Joshua would try to bite or box or growl at anyone who wasn’t me at the shelter. I spent a ton of time with him when I volunteered at the shelter and eventually I decided to adopt him. Now he is a very happy boy who gets to hang out on my bed and eat hay nonstop! He still grunts at us, but now it’s just his way of talking. Joshua and I want you to know that we believe in you and you can get through this ❤❤

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yay! you made joshua happy bun! im so happy for you and him!! thank you!

Like, I know that it’s a gross macho thing to say, “my pets kill animals like your pets.”   But I do think of it whenever I see those of your who have gentle little rodents that you love and who love you and who peacefully eat lettuce or hay or whatever, and in more of a “sudden realization of the evils that I have surrounded myself with”.  

My precious little fluff angels are a species that murders for fun. Mr ChubChub commits atrocities all day and then drools on my shoulder and demands love. I can’t believe cat people aren’t given the same collective social side-eye as people with pythons.

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ok so on dec 26th we were gonna drive to utah to stay with my grandparents, which means we pack teddy into his travel cage in the rear of our SUV under lots of stuff so it is nice and cozy. he loves traveling, like he just hangs out and eats hay and sleeps the whole time. when we stop he gets all excited to explore and meet new people.

so we’re getting ready to leave early in the morning and i take the tedmonster out of his cage to put him in the back. and it’s december so it’s kinda nippy, but it shouldn’t bother him because his fur is suuuper thick in the winter and the car is toasty and warm. so i put him down in the back and he hops into his travel cage like a good boy.

but then he stops and turns and looks at me. and he gives me this really intense glare. and then he thumps really loudly.

because it is slightly colder than he is accustomed to and he was mad at me for not controling the weather.

gay thumping shitbaby

i feel like absolute dog crap

been suffering from both hayfever AND a fucking head cold. i’ve felt super crappy for the past few days but today’s really hit me like a ton of bricks. not eaten all day, i have like no energy, i’m upset bc i’ve done literally nothing but feel sorry for myself, and the antihistamine i took earlier only just took effect like an hour ago

luckily tomorrow @estrangedlayton is coming round to cheer me up with banter & McDonalds so that’s perked me up at least. could bloody use it oml, i need it to forget what a shitty day today’s been oml.

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Конёк-Горбуно́к (The Humpbacked Horse)

29 in x of animated feature film history
Release: Jan. 10th, 1947
Country: Soviet Union
Director: Ivan Ivanov-Vano

“The Humpbacked Horse––dubbed in the United States as The Magic Pony––is a 1947 Soviet film directed by animator Ivan Ivanov-Vano and produced by the Soyuzmultfilm studio in Moscow. The film is based on the poem by Pyotr Pavlovich Yershov, and because of this everyone in the film speaks in rhymes.

A young peasant boy named Ivan witnesses a magical flying horse eating hay from his farm at night while his older brothers sleep. The horse gives him two large black horses and a small humpbacked horse, all of which have magical abilities. When his brothers attempt to sell the black horses behind Ivan’s back, he instead sells them to the Tsar himself, becoming their official caretaker. Jealous of Ivan’s sudden success, the Tsar’s right-hand man prompts the king to make wild demands of Ivan, such as capture a fire bird or retrieve a rumored Tsar-Maiden. Ivan completes all these tasks with the help of his humpbacked horse.

Yershov wrote the fairy-tale poem “The Little Humpbacked Horse”––his masterpiece––in 1834, at the age of 19. It brought him instant fame. Censors banned the complete story for over 20 years in the mid-19th century because it made the Tsar appear foolish. Until 1856, the tale was published with dots representing omitted verses and songs in many sections. The tale is meant to be a satire on the absurdities of Russian feudal and bureaucratic life at the time.

In 1975, the film’s director, Ivan Ivanov-Vano made another version of the same film. The 1975 film is 70 minutes long; 15 minutes longer than the original. Although the progression of scenes and their plot content is usually the same as in the original, the animation and specific actions of the characters are different; for example, a scene may be taken from a different angle or in a different location (all of the backgrounds were also newly-drawn).

This was done because the original film was then in a very bad shape and the technical expertise for a restoration did not exist.

The 1975 version was redubbed, recut and released in the United States as The Magic Pony in 1977, with Jim Backus as the voice of the Tsar and Johnny Whitaker as Ivan.”

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The Humpbacked Horse is available on YouTube without English subtitles.
You can also find a 1949 English dub here.

707 teases Yoosung just a little

707: I can make you greet me.
Yoosung: No you can’t, I’ve gotten smarter Seven.
707: Then you’ll be smart if you answer my question.
707: What do horses eat?
Yoosung: Hay.
707: Hey to you too.
*707 flips his hair and walks off*
*Yoosung stands there speechless*