TheBlueMind


simplyringrose:

If I don’t have one in ten years I’m done.

simplyringrose:

If I don’t have one in ten years I’m done.

— 2 days ago with 167 notes
#pet fox  #exotic pet 
loveforthe4leggeds:

I’m so blessed to be able to snuggle and give kisses to a beautiful little fox whenever I want! I love Toto to the moon and back :)

loveforthe4leggeds:

I’m so blessed to be able to snuggle and give kisses to a beautiful little fox whenever I want! I love Toto to the moon and back :)

— 2 days ago with 150 notes
#exotic pet  #fox  #pet fox  #artic fox 
lolcuteanimals:

I want a baby goat, but I don’t think I’d use him as a tabletop knickknack.  LOL

lolcuteanimals:

I want a baby goat, but I don’t think I’d use him as a tabletop knickknack.  LOL

(Source: pinterest.com)

— 3 days ago with 191 notes
loveblue-eyes:

Not mine. Only made it black and white x

loveblue-eyes:

Not mine. Only made it black and white x

— 3 days ago with 695 notes
#chicks  #chicken 
torontochickensave:

“We asked Animal Caregiver Celeste about her special relationship with Tiny-Comb (aka Rosemary) and this is what she shared:
I’ve known Tiny-Comb for two years now and feel so honored to get as close to her as I have. She endured terror and yet her beautiful spirit still shines. After living in a cramped bare wire cage for most of her adult life, she nearly starved to death before being rescued by Animal Place. So it is no wonder that she takes awhile to warm up to people, in fact, the wonder is that she has warmed up to humans at all.She has a strong personality. She is picky about friends, both chicken and human. Other chickens have large social groups that they spend time with, but Tiny-Comb is more of an introvert, liking to explore on her own and take naps on her perch whenever she likes, regardless of what everyone else is doing. She doesn’t run over with everyone if you bring treats into the barn, but will happily eat if you give her a private meal. She doesn’t always liked to be picked up, but whenever she has found a comfortable spot on my lap, she never wants to leave. She is the only hen I personally have ever seen chase off a rooster who was trying to make a move on her.She is fierce and loving and resilient and amazing. I love her so much. To think that she was shoved in a cage for the unnecessary reason of humans wanting to consume her eggs breaks my heart. To think that there are almost 300 million unique individuals like her still going through that nightmare is devastating.She is why we must continue to do the hard work that we do.Photo by Andrea White”
-Taken from the Animal Place Facebook page.
Choose vegan for Tiny-Comb and all her sisters who are still enslaved and suffering.
Learn more about the egg industry.

torontochickensave:

We asked Animal Caregiver Celeste about her special relationship with Tiny-Comb (aka Rosemary) and this is what she shared:

I’ve known Tiny-Comb for two years now and feel so honored to get as close to her as I have. She endured terror and yet her beautiful spirit still shines. After living in a cramped bare wire cage for most of her adult life, she nearly starved to death before being rescued by Animal Place. So it is no wonder that she takes awhile to warm up to people, in fact, the wonder is that she 
has warmed up to humans at all.

She has a strong personality. She is picky about friends, both chicken and human. Other chickens have large social groups that they spend time with, but Tiny-Comb is more of an introvert, liking to explore on her own and take naps on her perch whenever she likes, regardless of what everyone else is doing. 

She doesn’t run over with everyone if you bring treats into the barn, but will happily eat if you give her a private meal. She doesn’t always liked to be picked up, but whenever she has found a comfortable spot on my lap, she never wants to leave. She is the only hen I personally have ever seen chase off a rooster who was trying to make a move on her.

She is fierce and loving and resilient and amazing. I love her so much. To think that she was shoved in a cage for the unnecessary reason of humans wanting to consume her eggs breaks my heart. To think that there are almost 300 million unique individuals like her still going through that nightmare is devastating.

She is why we must continue to do the hard work that we do.

Photo by Andrea White”

-Taken from the Animal Place Facebook page.

Choose vegan for Tiny-Comb and all her sisters who are still enslaved and suffering.

Learn more about the egg industry.

(via vegan-veins)

— 3 days ago with 101 notes
#chicken  #hen  #animal rights