West Palm Beach. Ms. Butts.Enjoy.
a true floridian picnic is publix subs in your car because it’s too hot to eat outside
Do what everyone else does….go on public assistance
this is what florida cops do all day
the FBI doesnt “allege” they fuckin know
nothing surprising of new hereWelcome to Florida everyone. Where they don’t consider us a part of south yet is still one of the least progressive and blatantly racist states in the US :D
OH MY GOD 1 CRACK OF THUNDER ITS A HURRICANE HONEY GRAB THE DOG WE NEED TO ALL GET IN THE BATHTUB DONT TOUCH THE FAUCET YOULL GET ELECTROCUTED STOP DROP AND ROLL
Hi everyone! My best friend took in 14 stray kittens who were all struggling to survive after all the recent storms. With some good canned food and a lot of TLC, the babies are coming around to realize humans really aren’t so bad after all, and we’re hoping to find them forever homes rather than having to release them.
Of the fourteen, these in the pictures have all been fixed and are FREE to a good home. They’re located in Palm Beach County (more specifically the Loxahatchee area) and are available for visits for any potential adopters!
If you have any questions, or are interested in taking in one of these little angels, PLEASE message me: http://stevini.tumblr.com/ask
There is also a donation page up as there are still have quite a few more kittens to fix, as well as a handful who are still formula-dependent. You can find more info on that as well as updates on how the babies are all doing here: http://www.gofundme.com/b2r0j0
Looking for a home in Miami for a 6 month old puppy:
This is Pipo, my foster dog.
We took him in about a month and a half ago. He was one of the 51 dogs rescued from a hoarders house in Hialeah, and he’s finally ready to find a home!
- Why couldn’t you give him up for adoption before?
Pipo was severely malnourished, dehydrated, had worms, and demodex. He was very shy and fearful of people, loud noises, and even other dogs. He was, frankly, one of the worst dogs that came in to the shelter. He was not in the right condition to be adopted.
As you can see from the photos, he’s doing a lot better! He’s at a healthy weight now and he’s a very hyper, happy dog.
- Demodex? Is that bad?
Not at all. Demodex is a non-contagious and easily treatable skin condition that looks bad but is actually like having a rash. As long as you take care of him like you would any other dog, demodex shouldn’t get worse.
Because of the conditions he was in, his skin was very bad when he was found. He had almost no fur at all, and he was very dry and flakey. But he’s fully recovered, and the short hairs on his paws and snout should grow out with time.
- But what IS he?
It’s hard to tell. The shelter told us he is a dachshund or beagle mix, but mixed with what, we really don’t know. I’ve guessed labrador, though.
- How do I adopt him?
Even though the dog is with us, you’ll still have to go through the shelter and do paperwork, since he belongs to them. My mom might ask to speak with you over the phone beforehand though, so she could talk about the dog/maybe plan for you to meet him.
- I think this dog is cute, but I don’t live in Miami/I can’t adopt him
Then reblog this post! Even a reblog would be really appreciated, you never know who might see it.
If you have any additional questions about Pipo or want to see more photos of him (I have photos from when he first came in, and I can always take more), don’t be afraid to send me an ask or email me at email@example.com.
Thanks for taking the time to read/share this!
i feel like this is one of my brother’s friends but you should message me on my personal i’m curious to know who this is!