if you don't love cats you're wrong

Random Starters [ send me one maybe? ]
  • "Do you believe in the tooth fairy?"
  • "I think I'm pregnant. And it's not yours."
  • "I feel like I'm going to puke."
  • "Are you seriously wearing that to the party tonight?"
  • "You need to change that attitude before we leave this house."
  • "I AM NOT CRAZY!"
  • "Stop staring at me like I grew a second head."
  • "Are you drunk or do you just act like that all the time?"
  • "I forgot where I parked my car."
  • "I'm not going to lie to you anymore. I do love you, but I..."
  • "It's only a slice of pie."
  • "I just want to be loved again. Is that so wrong?"
  • "The cat is looking at me funny."
  • "YOUR HOUSE IS ON FIRE!"
  • "I think you're the prettiest thing I've ever seen."
  • "Care to join me?"
  • "I would rather not eat dinner alone."
  • "Did you remember to lock the door?"
  • "How do you live with yourself everyday, doing what you do?"
  • "I don't feel pretty enough for him."
  • "You can do anything you set your mind to."
  • "People say ignorance is bliss, but... I just want to know the truth."
  • "People are stupid today."
  • "I'm in the hospital. Can you come?"
  • "You're act liking I'm in love with you or something."
  • "Go ahead and leave. I'm not going to stop you."
  • "I'm tired of fighting."
  • "I think you need help."
  • "Do whatever you believe in, and I'll support you."
  • "What is it like being you?"
friends sentence starters
  • "It's an electric drill. You get me, you kill me!"
  • "Yes, it was very sad when the guy stopped drawing the deer."
  • "We were on a break!"
  • "Welcome to the real world, it sucks! You're gonna love it."
  • "How long do cats live? Like, assuming you don't throw them under a bus or something."
  • "Sure I peed on her. And if I had to, I'd pee on any one of you!"
  • "Well, when I walk outside naked, people throw garbage at me."
  • "You could not be any more wrong. You could try, but you would not be successful."
  • "Paper…snow…..a ghost!!!"
  • "Why do you have to break up with her? Be a man. Just stop calling."
  • "My motto is get out before they go down."
  • "I’m not so good with the advice. Can I interest you in a sarcastic comment?"
  • "And I got custody of the kid, right? Now, suppose the kid dies and I gotta buy a new kid."
  • "How you doin'?"
  • "Just so you know, it's not that common, it doesn't happen to every guy, and it is a big deal!"
  • "My sister's gonna have my baby!"
  • "Here come the meat sweats."
  • "Pivot! Pivot! Pivot! Pivot. Pivot. Pivot."
  • "But they don't know that we know they know we know!"
  • "I'm being transferred to Yemen."
  • "[name] doesn't share food!"
  • "Isn't that just kick-you-in-the-crotch, spit-on-your-neck fantastic."
  • "You're over me? When were you under me?"
  • "That's not even a word!"
  • "Until I was 25 I thought the response to 'I love you' meant 'oh crap'"
  • "Don't you point your pants at me!"
  • "I hate you and I love you!"
The Signs As Life Lessons
  • Aries: find a job you love and you'll never work a day in your life
  • Taurus: step out of your comfort zone
  • Gemini: laughter is the best medicine
  • Cancer: nice guys finish last
  • Leo: confidence is not cockiness
  • Virgo: there's more than one way to skin a cat
  • Libra: there's not always a right or wrong answer
  • Scorpio: don't judge a book by its cover
  • Sagittarius: actions speak louder than words
  • Capricorn: the early bird gets the worm
  • Aquarius: you are who you are when you're alone
  • Pisces: dreams do come true

anonymous asked:

who's the sexiest warrior cat (if you don't say jayfeather you're wrong)

u come into my house saying jayfeather is sexier than hot dad oakheart, my one true love, get out

  • Chat tells Ladybug a pun
  • Chat: everything's going furtastic rn isn't it my lady
  • Ladybug: fOR GODS SAKE CHAT
  • Ladybug: WERE IN THE MIDDLE OF A FIGHT GET IT TOGETHER
  • Chat tells Marinette a pun
  • Chat: do you work in a bakery because your BU-
  • Marinette: *sprays water at chat* bad kitty cat don't even start
  • Adrien tells Ladybug a pun
  • Adrien: h-HI L-LADYBUG
  • Ladybug: huh i-is something wrong
  • Adrien: you look really purfe-
  • Adrien: *blushes* wait nope have a nice day goodbye
  • Adrien tells Marinette a pun
  • Marinette: *turning away to hide her blush*
  • Adrien: meowch stop ignoring me already
  • Marinette: haha omg I'm not ignoring you that was a great pun btw you're so perfect- I mean funny- not that you're not funny- wait what no I mean I love you wait I didn't mean
  • Marinette: uhm I mean...
  • Marinette: you have nice hair
  • Marinette: NO I SAID I GOTTA GO GET SOME AIR

lillieisabllagrace  asked:

Hello, lovely! Other than pugs, what other breeds to you find unethical to breed? What about pug mixes like puggles? Don't get me wrong, I much prefer adoption and when I get another dog plan to adopt. I was just wondering. If you're uncomfortable answering such a controversial question publically, please pm me the answer

By all means, adopt whatever you have the resources to properly care for. Dogs (and cats, rabbits etc) that already exist shouldn’t be denied homes because of how they’ve been bred. I don’t mind a crossbred dog (quite fond of CKCS-mixes myself), but the super-cutesy names and inflated price tags make me roll my eyes, and I’ll probably never properly appreciate a labradoodle puppy again.

Certain crossbreeds should just never be done. I’ve seen an english bulldog crossed with a poodle. Poor thing had no nose, huge facial wrinkles, deep skin folds around its tail and long fur that never shed growing out of all of them, in every which way on its face. It was just a nightmare to keep comfortable, and its skin was always infected. Never cross a wrinkly face with long hair. :(  On the other hand you can cross a kelpie to almost anything and it’ll be fine.

Anything that has had appearance and profit put ahead of health and temperament is unethical to breed, in my opinion. I would consider it just as unethical to breed a German Shepherd with good hips but bad anxiety as to breed a bulldog with a lovely temperament, but restricted airways.

There are so many breeds that I would like to see take a different direction, that I’d be here all night and day typing, and I’d draw a lot of hate, because almost all of them have a problem somewhere.

At the moment I have the biggest issue with the Australian Bulldog Club. They’re telling their breeders that hip and elbow scoring are ‘optional’ when they should be absolutely mandatory. An ex-breeder told me this was because the founder of the club had a bunch of females with poor hips, and wanted to breed them anyway, so changed the rules. They also have an appallingly weak and meaningless ‘health certificate’ that basically asks a vet to guess how much of various conditions an individual dog might have, and rank them out of 5. It doesn’t even specify whether ‘5′ is supposed to be ‘good’ or ‘severe’. What’s a dog with 5/5 eyes supposed to be? Healthy or miserable? Who knows! This wishy-washy screening does NOTHING to support or improve the breed.

This isn’t new though. When the von Willebands blood test was being developed, the Doberman club wanted its breeders to test in an attempt to eliminate the disease from the breed. Only problem was, you could cheat. If you made the dog super excited, or forced it to exercise hard, resulting in a splenic contraction, then the dog would test ‘normal’ for a few hours. This meant borderline and carrier dogs were testing as ‘normal’ so the kennel didn’t have the shame of carrier dogs. This maintained their prestige, but also maintained the disease in the breed.

It is absolutely possible for breeders and the clubs to improve the health of their dogs, on average, from generation to generation. Doing so requires them to throw some old ideas out the window, like line breeding, prioritizing appearance above all else, and closed studbooks.

Opening the studbooks and allowing out-breeding would be brilliant for genetic diversity of the breed, and for introducing traits that we currently mutilate dogs for. Want a dog with a docked tail? Introduce a docked tail gene from another breed, and cross back to the pure line. After 5 generations you can’t tell the difference, and nobody needs to chop tails off screaming puppies anymore. Ear cropping and tail docking have no place in modern society, especially when you can accomplish the same look genetically with careful breeding and an open studbook.