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2013-03-06 10:20:11 PM
When I volunteered at the local SPCA, a feral cat as brougt n; he had been blind since birth but somehow lived about a year in a feral colony. No ne could figure out how he survived unless other cats brought him food. He could at least see shadows but it was assumed he was too sight-impaired to hunt for himself. He was adopted.
 
2013-03-06 10:21:21 PM
adorable
 
2013-03-06 10:54:43 PM
I had a cat that had to have a back leg amputated

/that boy could still leap to the top of a six foot fence from a sit
 
2013-03-07 12:14:03 AM
Our Tilly was a twisty cat (born with radial agenesis) and it didn't slow her down at all. She could easily get up on chairs, the couch, beds and get up the stairs to the bedrooms faster than me. There's a picture of her in my profile. My son called her "our little cabbit", not only because of her resemblance to a rabbit when she stood up on her hind legs, but her hopping gait.
 
2013-03-07 02:43:12 AM

Lee451: When I volunteered at the local SPCA, a feral cat as brougt n; he had been blind since birth but somehow lived about a year in a feral colony. No ne could figure out how he survived unless other cats brought him food. He could at least see shadows but it was assumed he was too sight-impaired to hunt for himself. He was adopted.


Cats have mind control powers.  Just look what they do to firemen.
 
2013-03-07 02:57:31 AM
Some of these animals look a bit horrific.

I wonder if they are happy, or if pack animals generally try to 'keep up' lest they get culled from the pack?
 
2013-03-07 04:54:25 AM
Give #28 a portal gun.
 
2013-03-07 04:56:20 AM
I'm surprised that this Buzzfeed link isn't a Featured Partner one.
 
2013-03-07 05:02:27 AM
Came here for Li'l Bruddah, leaving disappointed.
 
2013-03-07 05:04:25 AM

Weatherkiss: disappointed.


this is one time i'm happy someone left disappointed
 
2013-03-07 05:06:19 AM
18 is nightmare fuel.
 
2013-03-07 05:08:50 AM

Weatherkiss: Came here for Li'l Bruddah, leaving disappointed.


i45.tinypic.com
Someone had to, dammit.
 
2013-03-07 05:19:40 AM

Apos: I'm surprised that this Buzzfeed link isn't a Featured Partner one.


They probably paid for this too.
 
2013-03-07 05:24:47 AM
Also known as: Animals that should have been euthanized, or animals that take up valuable family slots for healthy pets.
 
2013-03-07 05:26:35 AM
"...once again on how..." WTF?

Subby, I know we are on the inevitable ride down to the next dark age, but could you please let off the pedal a bit. Let momentum do her thing.

And learn how to use the semicolon, cretin.
 
2013-03-07 05:27:02 AM

Yogimus: Also known as: Animals that should have been euthanized, or animals that take up valuable family slots for healthy pets.


hey, calm down Hitler, this isn't the hunger games...
 
2013-03-07 05:28:19 AM

MadSkillz: Some of these animals look a bit horrific.

I wonder if they are happy ...


I'm sure the bulldog just loves being called "unbelievably precious" and "French"

i.imgur.com
 
2013-03-07 05:29:32 AM
"Also known as: Animals that should have been euthanized, or animals that take up valuable family slots for healthy pets."

Wow, hope there are no animals in your house.
 
2013-03-07 05:29:55 AM
My namesake, Vincent, is a native Filipino-breed dog who grew up on the streets. When he was still a puppy some asshole thought it would be fun to shoot him with a high-powered pellet rifle. The pellet became lodged in Vincent's spine (which later grew around the pellet) pincging his nerves and paralyzing his hind legs. He can actually move them a bit, but he has no control.

To top things off, while crawling around on the street he ended up getting hit by a car. No serious damage, thank God, just cuts and scrapes. Thet did end up getting infected though.

Long story short: my wife and some other ladies rescued him, got him to a good veterinarian, we adopted him, and now he's my dog! He even has a wheelchair like #1's.
 
2013-03-07 05:33:57 AM

Yogimus: Also known as: Animals that should have been euthanized, or animals that take up valuable family slots for healthy pets.


I take it you've never owned a pet with disabilities. They're actually really awesome.
 
2013-03-07 05:34:25 AM
pinching his nerves (darn phone.)

Oh, and Mr. Pet Eugenucs can go fark himself with a rusty GI pipe. Nothing teaches you more about life and love than a special needs pet.
 
2013-03-07 05:37:29 AM

Yogimus: Also known as: Animals that should have been euthanized, or animals that take up valuable family slots for healthy pets.


Debby Downer
 
2013-03-07 05:42:07 AM
Awesome link. My problems seem so small. Finally, the internet provides something that makes me feel good.
 
2013-03-07 05:46:45 AM

vinniethepoo: My namesake, Vincent, is a native Filipino-breed dog who grew up on the streets. When he was still a puppy some asshole thought it would be fun to shoot him with a high-powered pellet rifle. The pellet became lodged in Vincent's spine (which later grew around the pellet) pincging his nerves and paralyzing his hind legs. He can actually move them a bit, but he has no control.

To top things off, while crawling around on the street he ended up getting hit by a car. No serious damage, thank God, just cuts and scrapes. Thet did end up getting infected though.

Long story short: my wife and some other ladies rescued him, got him to a good veterinarian, we adopted him, and now he's my dog! He even has a wheelchair like #1's.


I demand photos.
 
2013-03-07 05:49:48 AM
As Ive posted before, my blind basset hound nearly died about two years ago when two infected glands on her abdomen ruptured. I carried her into the vet, blood all over my shirt, begging them to save my dog. They did. A few months after that her right eye succumbed to glaucoma; now both are removed. She is blind and has a nasty scar on her belly, but damnit, she is my babygirl. She moves around and has as much love for life, if not more, than before she lost her eyesight. She is my hero, and people who think that I should've put her down, when she was bleeding from the ruptures can kiss my grits.
 
2013-03-07 05:52:16 AM

Anastacya: As Ive posted before, my blind basset hound nearly died about two years ago when two infected glands on her abdomen ruptured. I carried her into the vet, blood all over my shirt, begging them to save my dog. They did. A few months after that her right eye succumbed to glaucoma; now both are removed. She is blind and has a nasty scar on her belly, but damnit, she is my babygirl. She moves around and has as much love for life, if not more, than before she lost her eyesight. She is my hero, and people who think that I should've put her down, when she was bleeding from the ruptures can kiss my grits.


Boy good thing you kept her suffering to prevent yourself pain. You are a sweetheart.
 
2013-03-07 06:00:02 AM

Anastacya: As Ive posted before, my blind basset hound nearly died about two years ago when two infected glands on her abdomen ruptured. I carried her into the vet, blood all over my shirt, begging them to save my dog. They did. A few months after that her right eye succumbed to glaucoma; now both are removed. She is blind and has a nasty scar on her belly, but damnit, she is my babygirl. She moves around and has as much love for life, if not more, than before she lost her eyesight. She is my hero, and people who think that I should've put her down, when she was bleeding from the ruptures can kiss my grits.


groveland.spps.org
 
2013-03-07 06:00:12 AM
Oh lord. Here we go.
 
2013-03-07 06:11:33 AM
The other day I was walking up a road and I saw a cat running down, he stopped, looked back, then another cat with 3 legs caught up, and the first cat ran off down the road a bit farther, stopped, turned and waited for the 3 legged cat to catch up, ran off, stopped, waited, and so on. It was so adorable I wanted to go "Awww" and hug them, but then I realised I was in public, so i walked past them without stopping, lest anyone think I have a heart. It was like 2 excited kids, and a big brother looking out for his asthmatic younger brother.
 
2013-03-07 06:11:48 AM
"Dominic, the Greyhound With Only Two Left Legs".
Checked me 4830 greyhounds. They ALL had only two left legs.
 
2013-03-07 06:29:24 AM
Yogimus:
Boy good thing you kept her suffering to prevent yourself pain. You are a sweetheart.

+1
 
2013-03-07 06:40:07 AM

teamollie: Yogimus:
Boy good thing you kept her suffering to prevent yourself pain. You are a sweetheart.

+1




At first my dog was like...

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Then I assured her she would never suffer like that and she...

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Then she went back to her default position...

i.imgur.com

/Rescue a Greyhound
//Best dog in the world
 
2013-03-07 06:49:04 AM
My cat's vet explained it wonderfully once, she said "cats are too busy being cats to let disabilities get to them"
 
2013-03-07 06:49:46 AM
Why would they?  As far as they know, this is how life is supposed to go.
 
2013-03-07 06:56:17 AM

Cormee: My cat's vet explained it wonderfully once, she said "cats are too busy being cats to let disabilities get to them"


My wheelie boy would have definitely agreed with that sentiment.

www.wonderpuppy.net
 
2013-03-07 06:57:07 AM

Lee451: When I volunteered at the local SPCA, a feral cat as brougt n; he had been blind since birth but somehow lived about a year in a feral colony. No ne could figure out how he survived unless other cats brought him food. He could at least see shadows but it was assumed he was too sight-impaired to hunt for himself. He was adopted.


My barn kitty had one kitten with crossed eyes. Forrest cannot hunt but her mom brings her mice, snakes and lizzirds. She it teaching her to hunt but it's been three years now and I don't think she will ever learn. Forrest had a kitten with poor vision who lives in the house. He cannot hunt like a normal cat but has learned that the live trap is a way to catch mice.


farm9.staticflickr.com
 
2013-03-07 07:01:02 AM
Duh, they're animals.
 
2013-03-07 07:01:07 AM
s3-ec.buzzfed.com

A travelling salesman drove past a farm one day and noticed a pig with no back legs. He was curious so he stopped and knocked at the door to ask the farmer about it. The farmer told him, "Well, that's the greatest pig alive. About a month ago, he saved my wife and kids and me from our burning house by waking us up in the middle of the night just in time to escape without any harm!"

The salesman continued to prod the farmer about the pig's having no back legs. "Well," the farmer replied, "this pig is just like one of the family. He's a really great pig. A couple of weeks ago, our youngest boy fell in the creek, and this truly wonderful pig fished him out just in time to save him from drowning! He's one really great pig!"

The salesman, starting to lose his patience, again inquired about pig's lack of legs, to which the farmer replied, "Last week, I fell off my horse and my foot got caught up in the stirrup. This great pig ran along side of the horse and me and untangled me and truly saved my life. What a great pig - the greatest pig in the world!!"

Losing his patience, the salesman finally shouted, "All right already, That's enough! He's a really great pig - a REALLY great pig! But what about his legs?!"

To which the farmer replied, "Well now, a great pig like that - you don't eat him all at once!"
 
2013-03-07 07:08:47 AM
I have never seen a wild thing feel sorry for itself. A little bird will fall dead, frozen from a bough, without ever having felt sorry for itself. - D.H. Lawrence

Most of my classical education comes from Viggo Mortensen lines in Demi Moore movies.
 
2013-03-07 07:09:55 AM
We have a deaf dog. She's a real sweetie, loves to play and just jumps up next to you on the couch and lays her head on your lap. She also understands that scratching at something will get our attention, even if she doesn't get why. Disabled animals are really great companions.
 
2013-03-07 07:14:38 AM
Nice.
 
2013-03-07 07:36:16 AM
It's not that animals don't give a fark, they simply can't. An animal does not have the cognative capability to understand it is disabled. That's why a 3 legged dog looks so stupid when it runs. It think it is running on all legs, that's why they have that dip when they get to the missing leg. It just thinks for some reason it is tripping (every time) and corrects with the other legs. And then you have the little carts they make for animals. As far as they know, their back legs are going. I don't know why people prolong the suffering of a non-perfect animal. It's cruel to let these creatures think they can live normal lives when they obviously cannot.
 
2013-03-07 07:40:04 AM
The fainting goats and fainting cats don't really have any actual disabilities... In the case of the goats, they just naturally freeze up and fall over when freaked out... In the case of the cats, I imagine they're just doing the standard cat "plot down in front of the human forcing them to stop and pet me" move...

Also, this looks like a new wharrgarbl image:

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2013-03-07 07:51:10 AM
#18

i249.photobucket.com
 
2013-03-07 08:58:20 AM
I definitely got the diabetus from this link. Thanks, subby!
 
2013-03-07 09:01:17 AM

RobSeace: The fainting goats and fainting cats don't really have any actual disabilities... In the case of the goats, they just naturally freeze up and fall over when freaked out... In the case of the cats, I imagine they're just doing the standard cat "plot down in front of the human forcing them to stop and pet me" move...

Also, this looks like a new wharrgarbl image:

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Was just reading TFA with my GF and she pointed out what you've said (she's far more sciency than I). Still, it's funny as hell to watch.

And I agree that the retired police dog is the new standard for whargarble pics.
 
2013-03-07 09:18:38 AM

dickfreckle: Was just reading TFA with my GF and she pointed out what you've said (she's far more sciency than I).


To be fair, I only know about the fainting goats because they were on Mythbusters... Where they managed to make them faint by having Kari flash them... Lucking farking goats!
 
2013-03-07 09:19:22 AM
Lucky, even...
 
2013-03-07 09:27:52 AM

RobSeace: Lucky, even...


Lucking = cross between lucky and licking, I approve.
 
2013-03-07 09:37:25 AM

jaybeezey: I have never seen a wild thing feel sorry for itself. A little bird will fall dead, frozen from a bough, without ever having felt sorry for itself. - D.H. Lawrence


Was hoping someone would quote this.
 
2013-03-07 09:49:37 AM

Yogimus: Anastacya: As Ive posted before, my blind basset hound nearly died about two years ago when two infected glands on her abdomen ruptured. I carried her into the vet, blood all over my shirt, begging them to save my dog. They did. A few months after that her right eye succumbed to glaucoma; now both are removed. She is blind and has a nasty scar on her belly, but damnit, she is my babygirl. She moves around and has as much love for life, if not more, than before she lost her eyesight. She is my hero, and people who think that I should've put her down, when she was bleeding from the ruptures can kiss my grits.

Boy good thing you kept her suffering to prevent yourself pain. You are a sweetheart.


How do you know the dog is suffering? Just cause it can't see? How very righteous of you to determine the proper level of quality of life for another creature.
 
2013-03-07 09:52:58 AM
Disappointed that this one didn't make the list.

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I've seen video of her too. Hopping around on her hind legs with her healthy mother chasing down a little red ball and then as soon as they strapped on the model airplane wheels to her she took straight off. I don't think I ever saw a maltese run so fast.
 
2013-03-07 09:53:47 AM
Also, who's the Farker here who has the 3 legged Greyhound. I would very much like to see that pic in this thread eventually.
 
2013-03-07 10:02:38 AM

KatjaMouse: Also, who's the Farker here who has the 3 legged Greyhound. I would very much like to see that pic in this thread eventually.


It will be one-upped by the Greyhound from TFA with only two left legs (which I thought was awesome), but I would also like to see a "local boy" with a disabled dog post the pooch.
 
2013-03-07 10:07:17 AM

dickfreckle: KatjaMouse: Also, who's the Farker here who has the 3 legged Greyhound. I would very much like to see that pic in this thread eventually.

It will be one-upped by the Greyhound from TFA with only two left legs (which I thought was awesome), but I would also like to see a "local boy" with a disabled dog post the pooch.


I know, not as badass as a do with 2 legs on one side of his body but he has a youtube video too. Luckily since he only posted it a few days ago so it popped right up.
 
2013-03-07 10:16:19 AM
We had a cat who went blind. We noticed that he was bumping into things occasionally. His vision would come and go for a few weeks and then it went completely. He was amazing. He'd use his whiskers to find walls, corners, furniture, etc. He roamed the house continuously for a while establishing routes. He seemed to be counting his steps. He followed the sound of our voices and our footfalls. After a couple of weeks, you'd never know he was blind. The only thing he had to stop doing was jumping up onto things. He climbed instead. We made it a habit of speaking to him whenever we went into a room he was in. He did just fine.
 
2013-03-07 10:28:53 AM

Active introvert


Yogimus: Anastacya: As Ive posted before, my blind basset hound nearly died about two years ago when two infected glands on her abdomen ruptured. I carried her into the vet, blood all over my shirt, begging them to save my dog. They did. A few months after that her right eye succumbed to glaucoma; now both are removed. She is blind and has a nasty scar on her belly, but damnit, she is my babygirl. She moves around and has as much love for life, if not more, than before she lost her eyesight. She is my hero, and people who think that I should've put her down, when she was bleeding from the ruptures can kiss my grits.

Boy good thing you kept her suffering to prevent yourself pain. You are a sweetheart.

How do you know the dog is suffering? Just cause it can't see?


No, because of this: basset hound nearly died about two years ago when two infected glands on her abdomen ruptured. I carried her into the vet, blood all over my shirt.

Negligent jackasses like this shouldn't be permitted to own pets.
 
2013-03-07 10:59:18 AM
This is Magoo. He's partially blind and almost completely deaf.

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He was a stray picked up by our animal control office. We have no idea how long he was out on his own, but even after being ours for four years he still wolfs his food down and watches out for other dogs while he eats.

He also likes playing:

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2013-03-07 11:45:33 AM

Englebert Slaptyback: Active introvert

Yogimus: Anastacya: As Ive posted before, my blind basset hound nearly died about two years ago when two infected glands on her abdomen ruptured. I carried her into the vet, blood all over my shirt, begging them to save my dog. They did. A few months after that her right eye succumbed to glaucoma; now both are removed. She is blind and has a nasty scar on her belly, but damnit, she is my babygirl. She moves around and has as much love for life, if not more, than before she lost her eyesight. She is my hero, and people who think that I should've put her down, when she was bleeding from the ruptures can kiss my grits.
Boy good thing you kept her suffering to prevent yourself pain. You are a sweetheart.
How do you know the dog is suffering? Just cause it can't see?


No, because of this: basset hound nearly died about two years ago when two infected glands on her abdomen ruptured. I carried her into the vet, blood all over my shirt.

Negligent jackasses like this shouldn't be permitted to own pets.


Ok... and out of that how do you know these ruptured glands were due to negligence. Serious question. Dogs can't exactly say "Hey, boss. Something doesn't feel quite right. Maybe we should get this thing checked out."
 
2013-03-07 11:56:21 AM
As others before me have pointed out...Jesus Christ on #18!!!  Whoever takes care of that poor cat needs a farking Hero tag.
 
2013-03-07 12:16:04 PM

Blues_X: This is Magoo. He's partially blind and almost completely deaf.

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He was a stray picked up by our animal control office. We have no idea how long he was out on his own, but even after being ours for four years he still wolfs his food down and watches out for other dogs while he eats.

He also likes playing:

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Ha-ha, Magoo... that's a good one.

I also have a dog who was a stray (from the humane society, tho) and she is now 8 years old, and STILL has food issues.  And believe me, she's not starving.
 
2013-03-07 12:16:08 PM
Where do i get some fainting kittens? Those are awsome!
 
2013-03-07 12:17:21 PM

KatjaMouse: Englebert Slaptyback: Active introvert

Yogimus: Anastacya: As Ive posted before, my blind basset hound nearly died about two years ago when two infected glands on her abdomen ruptured. I carried her into the vet, blood all over my shirt, begging them to save my dog. They did. A few months after that her right eye succumbed to glaucoma; now both are removed. She is blind and has a nasty scar on her belly, but damnit, she is my babygirl. She moves around and has as much love for life, if not more, than before she lost her eyesight. She is my hero, and people who think that I should've put her down, when she was bleeding from the ruptures can kiss my grits.
Boy good thing you kept her suffering to prevent yourself pain. You are a sweetheart.
How do you know the dog is suffering? Just cause it can't see?

No, because of this: basset hound nearly died about two years ago when two infected glands on her abdomen ruptured. I carried her into the vet, blood all over my shirt.

Negligent jackasses like this shouldn't be permitted to own pets.

Ok... and out of that how do you know these ruptured glands were due to negligence. Serious question. Dogs can't exactly say "Hey, boss. Something doesn't feel quite right. Maybe we should get this thing checked out."


It wasn't due to negligence, it was a freak incident because she was in a false pregnancy and nursed two kittens. When they stopped nursing, the mammary glands swelled up with milk. The vet "milked" her once, but by then the damage was done, and it eventually ruptured.

In regards to her quality of life, short of the missing eyes, she is just like any other dog. She moves around, jumps on things, dances, and plays with the cats. I chose to pay to have them sew her up. I could've taken the easy way out and said "oh, she is fine in every other respect but something like this, oh god, the dog is bleeding in an unnatural way, put it down".

So yep, I'm an irresponsible asshat. And Katja, I know you didn't say that... I have a horrible cold so I just clicked the last reply.
 
2013-03-07 12:23:38 PM

Anastacya: It wasn't due to negligence, it was a freak incident because she was in a false pregnancy and nursed two kittens. When they stopped nursing, the mammary glands swelled up with milk. The vet "milked" her once, but by then the damage was done, and it eventually ruptured.


Ok... this tragedy got weirdly cute and then sad again. But yeah, I didn't think you were neglecting your dog at all. Sh*t happens. Sometimes it's just unavoidable.
 
2013-03-07 12:25:17 PM

jaybeezey: Where do i get some fainting kittens? Those are awsome!


When you find out, let me know. I want to see them swoon on a teeny tiny fainting couch.
 
2013-03-07 12:41:04 PM
I like that someone named their pet pig "Chris P Bacon."

Also I wonder what the litter box situation is for the cat with no legs.
 
2013-03-07 01:38:10 PM

jaybeezey: Where do i get some fainting kittens? Those are awsome!


They died.
 
2013-03-07 02:04:44 PM

Molavian: jaybeezey: Where do i get some fainting kittens? Those are awsome!

They died.


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2013-03-07 02:51:41 PM
I have two slightly broken kitties.  It's hard to leave them when you hear random people at the shelter comment negatively on their problems.  I feel like they'll never be adopted and they always turn out to be the sweetest, most loving cats.

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The first one lost her eye to a birth defect.  So, she doesn't have a clue that she's different.  She's somewhat tiny, tries to be a total alpha cat, but is a huge baby who just wants to cuddle.

The second was clearly abused,  thrown out of a car on the freeway by some sadist and lost her front right leg and quite a lot else.  They really had to put her back together and did an amazing job.  She's a huge sweetheart, but is often like Dory from Finding Nemo.

They are best pals (except when they aren't), and totally awesome to have around.
 
2013-03-07 03:25:36 PM

vrax: I have two slightly broken kitties.  It's hard to leave them when you hear random people at the shelter comment negatively on their problems.  I feel like they'll never be adopted and they always turn out to be the sweetest, most loving cats.

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The first one lost her eye to a birth defect.  So, she doesn't have a clue that she's different.  She's somewhat tiny, tries to be a total alpha cat, but is a huge baby who just wants to cuddle.

The second was clearly abused,  thrown out of a car on the freeway by some sadist and lost her front right leg and quite a lot else.  They really had to put her back together and did an amazing job.  She's a huge sweetheart, but is often like Dory from Finding Nemo.

They are best pals (except when they aren't), and totally awesome to have around.


What a great person you are!  Good on ya.
 
2013-03-07 03:43:51 PM

MythDragon: I don't know why people prolong the suffering of a non-perfect animal


Somebody let you live...
 
2013-03-07 03:53:40 PM

Meatybrain: MythDragon: I don't know why people prolong the suffering of a non-perfect animal

Somebody let you live...


Eh, I was trolling. I love me some animals.

Last year I let my husky out to pee during a lull in a hurricane, and she picked up something that squeaked. Turns out it was a baby squirrel that was blown out of the tree. So I told her to find another one and she did. Ended up finding 3 of them. One was already dead, one had a broken spine and died a couple of days later (but he died warm and fed) and one we raised. Played with her all the time. Kept her for the winter and was getting ready to release her for sping, but she up and died one day. Just dead in her little squirrel hammock. Have no idea why. She was about a year old.
 
2013-03-07 04:23:43 PM
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 Austin resident GOB (George Oscar Bluth) needs a home. He's a happy friendly dog. He's getting physical therapy and is slowly getting the use of his legs back.


And if you'd like to donate a bit to help with his medical expenses, that would be much appreciated. Click here and scroll down to the bottom of the page.
 
2013-03-07 04:39:40 PM

MythDragon: Last year I let my husky out to pee during a lull in a hurricane, and she picked up something that squeaked. Turns out it was a baby squirrel that was blown out of the tree. So I told her to find another one and she did. Ended up finding 3 of them. One was already dead, one had a broken spine and died a couple of days later (but he died warm and fed) and one we raised. Played with her all the time. Kept her for the winter and was getting ready to release her for sping, but she up and died one day. Just dead in her little squirrel hammock. Have no idea why. She was about a year old.


Take comfort in that you provided that little squeaker with the sweet life during its brief stint on Earth.
 
2013-03-07 04:55:41 PM
Sorry about the giant photo. I thought I did everything I was supposed to do but obviously I missed something.
 
2013-03-07 10:24:33 PM

RobSeace: The fainting goats and fainting cats don't really have any actual disabilities... In the case of the goats, they just naturally freeze up and fall over when freaked out... In the case of the cats, I imagine they're just doing the standard cat "plot down in front of the human forcing them to stop and pet me" move...

Also, this looks like a new wharrgarbl image:

[s3-ec.buzzfed.com image 625x459]


someone needs to photoshop Sir Didymus atop him
 
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