get her home


nine in the afternoon // panic! at the disco


Hi, my name is Vincent. I’m moving to a small apartment and can’t take my 10 month old German Shepherd, Sasha, with me. She enjoys running and playing but she won’t be happy confined in a concrete jungle. My partner, thankfully, owns a large amount of land with other dogs she can socialize with. I believe that’s the best place for her to be. However, getting her to paradise is the hard part. Please, anything is helpful. I want to see Sasha happy with people who love her as much as I do. Selling her on craigslist is sketchy and especially bad for female dogs who are most likely going to be used as breeders and are poorly treated.
My 9yr old sister with autism and downs syndrome will miss her very much, but we need the money to get her to a good home with people we trust. As I said up above, my boyfriend has offered to take her but I need to pay off her expenses before he can take her and I don’t have the money for it. All funds will be used to pay off her expenses and get her to a good home where I’ll still be able to see her. I will be moving by the end of March and need at least $200 for her to go to the home she deserves. Please, please, I don’t want my dog to go to the wrong people. Anything at all will help Sasha live a happy long life with people who will love her and give her the attention she needs.
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To all of my followers that may be in Albany, Oregon, This is my cat Harley. She is a (unregistered) therapy animal who I need. Harley has been missing for about week. She is a fixed female, American shorthair. She will respond to Harley, Kitty, and various clicking noises. She likes strangers, and is not shy, so it is not hard to call her to you. She is chipped.
If you think you see her, send me pictures so I can trust you and I can confirm it is her. Please help my baby get home.

Please, spread this around.

This Just In

Eevee is wlw.

I went to Home Depot with my sister, playing Pokémon Go as always, and was immediately surrounded by a whole group of Eevees.

Either they wait at Home Depot for gay ladies to come find them, or they are gay themselves. These are the only options.


#the moment when you know you’re giving somebody the perfect gift  ♥

  • *late evening, 221B*
  • Baby Holmes: *sniffing, rubbing her eyes*
  • Sherlock: *carrying her to the kitchen; softly* It's okay, Dad's here...
  • Baby Holmes: *upset* I don't w-want any friends. They all m-make fun of you and f-fink you're a weirdo.
  • Sherlock: Well, would a weirdo have lots of cake for his special girl? *opens the fridge; brings out cake*
  • Baby Holmes: *gasps* But Mummy's not here!
  • Sherlock: *thoughtful* You're right... *smirks* you thinking what I'm thinking?
  • Baby Holmes: *nodding, excited* Uh-huh!
  • Molly: *leaves the morgue, rubbing her shoulders*
  • Molly: *enters her office*
  • Sherlock & Baby Holmes: *sharing a bowl of chocolate cake*
  • Molly: *smiles* Hi. What are you two doing here?
  • Baby Holmes: *grins, chocolate all over her face* Mummy! We brought you some cake!
  • Molly: *joins them, sitting in Sherlock's lap* I thought you were with your friends.
  • Baby Holmes: *slurping cake* I am.

i feel so bad for my modern au rey

Annalise: covers up countless murders and gets shot to protect the kids

the kids: why is she doing thisc,ds its rUINING all our lives, her life is PERFE ct, but here We are,,, law students with jobs, not in j ail, SU FFEREING 

I used to work at a Dunkin Donuts the summer before I started college. My most memorable story comes from one afternoon when I was working the window.
My general manager had just left, and as soon as that happens we tended to get a little more ~lenient~ with the rules. So a lady pulls up to the speaker and orders a small iced coffee and a breakfast sandwich. While my coworkers are making her stuff, I open the window and tell her the total, but the lady starts profusely apologizing, saying that she realized after she ordered that she left her wallet at home. She was close to tears. She asked me if I could keep her food so she could go home, get her card, and come back to pay for it, but I told her not to worry about it. I gave her her coffee and sandwich, canceled her order on the register, and told her to have a good day.
Fast forward two months, and I’m working the front counter when I see her again. She comes in with a friend and loudly proclaims, “Yes, this is the lovely young woman who was so so nice to me! I don’t know if you realize this, but I was having an awful, awful day that day. You restored my faith in humanity that day. I’ve been looking for you for the past month or so to repay you.” She tipped me $20 and couldn’t stop thanking me. I couldn’t stop crying.



Peace family,

| May I Have Your Attention Please…

It is with great sadness that I share my
mother, Monica Boyce (pictured here) has
gone missing. She was last seen at Lincoln
Hospital in the Bronx, NY on Sunday,
February 8th, 2015 at 7:23am.

It has been a long and trying time for our
family, as no one has seen or heard from her
since. We are desperately seeking
assistance in bringing our Loved one home.

My mother is 5’ 5", 57 years old, with honey
blonde hair,
and is currently without corrective lenses
and seriously visually impaired, suffering
from severe manic-depression, and
untreated diabetes.

Please be advised that she should be
ENDANGERED ADULT as she is also
mentally-impaired, experiencing the red
flags of her Bipolar I diagnosis.

These symptoms include psychosis such as
hallucinations, as well as sleeplessness, and
extreme hopelessness.

The 44th precinct Detective Squad is
seeking any and all information as to her

Anyone with information, please notify Det.
James Fleming at 718-590-5537 OR
Detective Borough Bronx at 718-378-8083.

You may also reach out to our family by
dialing 929-BOYCE-57 OR emailing us at

Thank you for your kindness and support in
this difficult time.
With infinite Love & Light,
Our Family to Yours…