Jessica's Adventure

  1. distortional-scum:

    chellzisyeezus:

    huffingtonpost:

    THESE 16 DOGS ARE HEROES. THEY ARE ALSO PIT BULLS.

    Virtually every dog relishes a loving scratch behind the ears and some sweet, vocal praise. But dogs identified as pit bulls get a bad reputation and a lot less love.

    Try not to cry as you read the full stories behind these heroic pit bulls here. 

    alkebu-lani

    My baby Daisyduke saved my aunt, cousin, and I from a convicted rapist. Animals can do amazing things. Don’t doubt them.

    (via leahlovescats)

  2.    58,321 notes

  3. tastefullyoffensive:

    Ignorance is bliss. [thegamercat]

  4.    10,143 notes

  5. (Source: chicparadise2, via nommingontom)

  6.    482 notes

  7. Baby Raccoons that are now living in the wild! I love these furry little guys!

  8.    2 notes

  9. (Source: charlavail, via joshuasabi)

  10.    57,585 notes

  11. sherlerked:

    angel-in-a—trenchcoat:

    arnazingphils:

    hey you!

    yeah you, who else would I be talking to?!

    STOP SCROLLING!

    okay, good job

    now, close one eye

    the other one

    yep that one

    okay now open your eye you look stupid

    try squinting

    nope, open your eyes 

    you’re almost done

    now half smile

    never mind smile all the way

    OH MY GOSH!

    no keep smiling

    you look so pretty that way

    you really should smile more, cutie

    this made me so happy u dont even know

    (Source: xthex1975, via justthatgeek)



  12.    76,884 notes

  13. stop-hammerkind:

    pacific-indigo:

    Red Fox Shiba

    hE LOOKS LIKE HE’S WEARING THIGH HIGHS OMFG.

    (via gaiaotaku)

  14.    89,316 notes

  15. Calum Hood spotted in Hollywood, Ca - 13 July 2014

    (Source: puppygifs, via ashwokirwin)

  16.    628,838 notes

  17. Every Woman Must See This Makeup Tutorial At Least Once. So Powerful!

  18.    3 notes

  19. lonestray:

    Cute Baby Wolf Puppy Playing at the San Diego Zoo

    Children’s Zoo nursery | San Diego Zoo

    The 23-pound, two-month-old gray wolf pup, Shadow, is serving a 30-day “quarantine” in preparation for becoming an ambassador for the gray wolf species and eventually living at the Wegeforth Bowl. 

    Shadow is being introduced to various sounds and sights; he is given items such as ficus browse to smell and chew, ice cubes to chase, or cardboard boxes to climb. The pup is also visited by guests at the nursery, and caretakers say it is additionally beneficial. 

    "He sees people in the window when they come by to visit; these things are all new and interesting to him. You’ll see him key in on something and really get in tune with it. That’s a neat thing with wolves, the way they tune into things; they are very intelligent." Kim Weibel, senior keeper of veterinary services at the San Diego Zoo

    (via stormingsteph)

  20.    291 notes

Quantcast