Wednesday, April 23, 2014 — 10:18 pm
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posted 13 hours ago

alaskapenn
© fuckyeahfelines

septemberism94:

schim:

Cats who can’t figure out walls [x]

PLEASE TAKE YOUR CAT TO THE VET IF YOU SEE THEM DOING THIS BEHAVIOR OVER TIME.

It’s called “head pressing” and it occurs in dogs and cats. 

Head pressing is characterized by the compulsive act of pressing the head against a wall or other object for no apparent reason. This generally indicates damage to the nervous system, which may result from a number of varying causes, including prosencephalon disease (in which the forebrain and thalamusparts of the brain are damaged), or toxic poisoning.

http://www.petmd.com/cat/conditions/neurological/c_ct_headpressing

http://www.vet.cornell.edu/FHC/health_resources/toxoplasmosis.cfm (head pressing is listed as a symptom)

http://sevneurology.com/patients/clip-multilobular-osteochondroma (About a dog’s brain tumor but head pressing is listed as a symptom)

I wasn’t going to reblog this until I read the important caption dang thank you!!!




Wednesday, April 23, 2014 — 6:50 pm
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posted 17 hours ago

autumnsugar
© toughhabittokill
sheriffjake:

kingtomcat:

awkwardly-cute:

COULD IT BE

DON’T WORRY STEVE NARUTO’S COMING TO SAVE YOU

I WILL SAVE CAPTAIN AMERICA, BELIEVE IT

sheriffjake:

kingtomcat:

awkwardly-cute:

COULD IT BE

DON’T WORRY STEVE NARUTO’S COMING TO SAVE YOU

I WILL SAVE CAPTAIN AMERICA, BELIEVE IT




Wednesday, April 23, 2014 — 3:20 pm
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posted 20 hours ago

miniyuna
© wildhybrid
wildhybrid:

Four years ago today, Generator Rex premiered on Cartoon Network.  Figured I’d do up a quick sketch and write up a little something for the occasion.
As someone who bought the original M.Rex comics when they were released in 1999 and was disappointed when the series was canned only two issues in, I was very excited to see that the story was going to see a revamp and have another shot at a start-to-finish run.  The series definitely did not disappoint and I was completely hooked by the time the first season was half over.
This show brings a lot of great things to the table, including a diverse cast with a POC protagonist, great female characters, solid development of both characters and their dynamics with one another, and important issues regarding prejudice and the freedom of choice.  It lets the kids be kids and provides laughs here and there, but doesn’t shy away from drama and tackling heavier issues.  The show also comes with an impressive over-arching plot that runs from episode one all the way to sixty.  Many of the monster designs are awesome, the show’s backgrounds are gorgeous, Rex’s machines are fantastic in action and the series music is well done with character unto itself.
I knew Generator Rex would be a favorite of mine for a long time to come, but what I couldn’t initially predict was that it would hold a good deal of personal meaning to me before it came to an end.  In September of 2011, life took a bad turn.  There were things going wrong that I had little to no control over and at times I felt incredibly lost.  Depression threatened to swallow me up and, at points, rest was hard won.  I had a support system in the form of family and friends, and that included people I’d met through the Generator Rex fandom.  The show itself provided a distraction when I desperately needed one and working on fan projects got me through some of my worst nights.  
Generator Rex means a hell of a lot to me as a fan and I’m thankful Man of Action had the chance to develop their idea into a series.  I’m also thankful to everyone who worked on the show and the DC CNAP comics for doing their part to bring the fans something so great.
Four years and I love it even more now than I did then.  If you’ve never seen the show, give it a shot.  You can find all three seasons on Netflix now and I really doubt you’ll be disappointed.

wildhybrid:

Four years ago today, Generator Rex premiered on Cartoon Network.  Figured I’d do up a quick sketch and write up a little something for the occasion.

As someone who bought the original M.Rex comics when they were released in 1999 and was disappointed when the series was canned only two issues in, I was very excited to see that the story was going to see a revamp and have another shot at a start-to-finish run.  The series definitely did not disappoint and I was completely hooked by the time the first season was half over.

This show brings a lot of great things to the table, including a diverse cast with a POC protagonist, great female characters, solid development of both characters and their dynamics with one another, and important issues regarding prejudice and the freedom of choice.  It lets the kids be kids and provides laughs here and there, but doesn’t shy away from drama and tackling heavier issues.  The show also comes with an impressive over-arching plot that runs from episode one all the way to sixty.  Many of the monster designs are awesome, the show’s backgrounds are gorgeous, Rex’s machines are fantastic in action and the series music is well done with character unto itself.

I knew Generator Rex would be a favorite of mine for a long time to come, but what I couldn’t initially predict was that it would hold a good deal of personal meaning to me before it came to an end.  In September of 2011, life took a bad turn.  There were things going wrong that I had little to no control over and at times I felt incredibly lost.  Depression threatened to swallow me up and, at points, rest was hard won.  I had a support system in the form of family and friends, and that included people I’d met through the Generator Rex fandom.  The show itself provided a distraction when I desperately needed one and working on fan projects got me through some of my worst nights.  

Generator Rex means a hell of a lot to me as a fan and I’m thankful Man of Action had the chance to develop their idea into a series.  I’m also thankful to everyone who worked on the show and the DC CNAP comics for doing their part to bring the fans something so great.

Four years and I love it even more now than I did then.  If you’ve never seen the show, give it a shot.  You can find all three seasons on Netflix now and I really doubt you’ll be disappointed.




Wednesday, April 23, 2014 — 3:18 pm
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posted 20 hours ago

alaskapenn

riseofthebigfour:

sawebee:

zeebeey:

sobbing

me too

this is why i love nicknames. Because then when it’s serious time, and they person calls the other person by their REAL name, you know that they are either terrified, 100% not joking, or extremely worried. 




Tuesday, April 22, 2014 — 1:53 pm
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posted 1 day ago

alaskapenn
© ragnaroktopus

tagged as:
#Luna and freinds

alaskapenn:

autumnsugar:

starsandskyscrapers:

THIS.

THIS KALY AND FAI’S FRIENDSHIP.

Like- no seriously this literally what y’all are like with each other.

LUNA IMC RYING

BUT WHO IS WHO?!

 TO BE HONEST.-Y’all switch roles.(Although,Fai is more aggressive in her encouragement tatics.- So the tiger could be her.)




Tuesday, April 22, 2014 — 1:21 pm
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posted 1 day ago

emerion
© agent-romanoffs

agent-romanoffs:

Whatever happens tomorrow, you must promise me one thing.




Tuesday, April 22, 2014 — 1:12 pm

THIS.

THIS KALY AND FAI’S FRIENDSHIP.

Like- no seriously this literally what y’all are like with each other.




Tuesday, April 22, 2014 — 12:58 pm
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posted 1 day ago

thecaffeinatedblogger
© jasonlasers

starlorde:

starlorde:

au where bucky/the winter soldier is stitch and steve is lilo

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Tuesday, April 22, 2014 — 12:57 pm
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posted 1 day ago

kitsiinabox
© tastefullyoffensive
tastefullyoffensive:

[thugpanda]

tastefullyoffensive:

[thugpanda]




Monday, April 21, 2014 — 9:11 pm
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posted 2 days ago

thecaffeinatedblogger
© brynnasaurus

the-super-scout:

brynnasaurus:

so I was wearing a Captain America shirt on my run today and TWO separate people shouted ‘ON YOUR LEFT’ at me

sometimes the world is a wonderful and magical place

oh my god the same happened to me yesterday