Inlé

*barters meat, fruit, and live chickens for hoof care*

greylilacs:

nyctra:

greylilacs:

nyctra:

WHY DO I HAVE GROWING PAINS AGAIN THIS SO SO LAME

/someone/ has to grow into all that adorableness

*SHRIEKS SENSELESSLY* NO

I DONT MAKE THE RULES I JUST ENFORCE THEM

TRAITOR

i wish I had magic powers so I could just like POOF turn all my bunnies into netherland dwarfs

greylilacs:

nyctra:

WHY DO I HAVE GROWING PAINS AGAIN THIS SO SO LAME

/someone/ has to grow into all that adorableness

*SHRIEKS SENSELESSLY* NO

WHY DO I HAVE GROWING PAINS AGAIN THIS SO SO LAME

Sheesh, apparently I’ll be stuck getting a bag of Purina rabbit food tomorrow…It’s almost $20 a bag! Crazy. :S

colourfulequines:

Rare Poitou Donkey.
(source)

colourfulequines:

Rare Poitou Donkey.

(source)

thesylverlining:

sublimemichael:

my anaconda don’t want none unless you got 

image

hun

still not tired of this

I saw some pics of Netherland Dwarf babies and I feel like crying because I don’t want these big meat mutts anymore I want cute tiny fuzzballs with tinytiny ears instead.

deadshitandme:

My word!

deadshitandme:

My word!

fix the economy by shrinking everyone to the size of ants

queerwig:

money will be worth more since it’s bigger

poodls:

by Hervé Au Caniche Bleu
There it goes again. That heavy feeling in your chest when you don’t feel any desire to speak or move. All you want to do is close your eyes and sleep, because the process of being broken is incredibly exhausting. You attempt your best to make your days fulfilling, but no matter how hard you try, you can’t seem to connect to anyone or anything.
(via melaniesanta)
twofacedsheep:

Many don’t realize but many breeds of sheep naturally have tails (there are also quite the handful that have shorter, or rat tails). These tails are often docked in most countries and among most breeds, making the sheep resemble how we are used to seeing them.
25% of sheep breeds however belong to a group called “Fat-Tailed Sheep”, and it is not customary to dock their tails. In fact, the tail fat is considered a delicacy in some cultures.
This sheared fellow is of the long tailed variety. The animal lives in Saudi Arabia.

twofacedsheep:

Many don’t realize but many breeds of sheep naturally have tails (there are also quite the handful that have shorter, or rat tails). These tails are often docked in most countries and among most breeds, making the sheep resemble how we are used to seeing them.

25% of sheep breeds however belong to a group called “Fat-Tailed Sheep”, and it is not customary to dock their tails. In fact, the tail fat is considered a delicacy in some cultures.

This sheared fellow is of the long tailed variety. The animal lives in Saudi Arabia.