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I just want you to know who I am

I'm Courtney... waddupp....
Now living in San Francisco, and I love it!!
I'm a true guardie at heart
Astrology has been a big interest this year
Dec 31 '11
Dec 30 '11
soprettysounpretty:

larissasuemariex:

omg i couldn’t stop laughing.

hqhahahahaha

soprettysounpretty:

larissasuemariex:

omg i couldn’t stop laughing.

hqhahahahaha

(Source: evelyncarolinedoyle)

Dec 30 '11
star-sh1ps:

“HOLD STILL AND LET ME TAKE YOUR DAMN PICTURE”

star-sh1ps:

“HOLD STILL AND LET ME TAKE YOUR DAMN PICTURE”

(Source: kudostothekid)

Dec 30 '11

(Source: staypozitive)

Dec 30 '11
wickedclothes:

Hangry — the Hungry, Angry Pillow.
Have you ever been hangry? How about horngry? Sold on Etsy.

wickedclothes:

Hangry — the Hungry, Angry Pillow.

Have you ever been hangry? How about horngry? Sold on Etsy.

Dec 30 '11

galaxiesofgrace:

dil-ka-inqilab:

glittercookie:

EVERYBODY SHOULD WATCH THIS!

Bless who ever made this video, it’s conveyed something I’ve been trying to put into words for ages now.

America is a nation of double standards and hypocrisy.

FUCKING BRILLIANT
Dec 29 '11
Dec 29 '11
funkysafari:

Rescued Grizzly Bear Cub, Montana, USA
   by Jim Zuckerman

funkysafari:

Rescued Grizzly Bear Cub, Montana, USA

  by Jim Zuckerman

Dec 29 '11
searchingfor-peace:

jennyaddams:

lifeinthearctic:

kyle-:

thedailywhat:

This Is All Kinds Of Wrong of the Day: The Arizona Humane Society has come under fire for euthanizing the nine-month old kitten of a recovering heroin addict who was unable to pay $400 for the animal’s surgery.
Scruffy the cat was Daniel Dockery’s “closest companion.” Dockery had raised the feline from birth.
Earlier this month, Scruffy sustained severe injuries after getting tangled in some barbed-wire fencing. The AHS demanded $400 from Dockery to treat his pet. He requested 24 hours to obtain the money by wire from his mother in Michigan, but staff members would not allow it. They even rejected his request to have his mother provide her credit card information over the phone.
They left him with one option: Sign over Scruffy’s ownership rights or the cat would go untreated.
Dockery reluctantly gave Scruffy over to the AHS after being assured the cat would receive medical aid and put in foster care. He then spent two weeks attempting to track Scruffy down at every local shelter, but to no avail.
Yesterday, Arizona Republic‘s Robert Anglen learned the heartbreaking truth: Scruffy had been euthanized.
Asked to explain its actions, AHS told Anglen the kitten was put down “not because of its wounds, but because its owner could not immediately pay for its care.”
Apparently there were only enough resources to treat two of the three ailing cats at the clinic, and Scruffy pulled out the short straw.
“Now I’ve got to think about how I failed that beautiful animal,” Dockery said. “I failed her. … That’s so wrong. There was no reason for her not to be treated.”
AHS told Anglen it would be reconsidering its policy of rejecting payment over the phone.
Despite all he’s been through, Dockery still feels taking Scruffy to the AHS was the right decision. “I don’t want to turn people away from the Humane Society,” he said. “They do do good works.”
[republic / mediaite.] 

“not because of its wounds, but because its owner could not immediately pay for its care.”
AHS, what made you think that the latter of that statement was better than the former? You killed the animal not because he was suffering but because the owner could not pay?
WHAT KIND OF BULLSHIT IS THAT?

…and he thinks HE failed at saving this cat. no. no, that is fucked up. this actually made me really emotional. i see the AHS commercials. i know they get sufficient funding. please explain to me why the ‘humane’ society gassed a 9 month old kitten because they couldn’t be compensated to treat it right away. no. just no. 

When my cat I had for 18 years was sick we took him to the emergency vet and had to put him down because we didn’t have the money to treat him. Instead my brother had to empty out his bank account to put his best friend down so he wouldn’t suffer. All because of money. 

tgfghjgjkhjkbnjk, horseshit

searchingfor-peace:

jennyaddams:

lifeinthearctic:

kyle-:

thedailywhat:

This Is All Kinds Of Wrong of the Day: The Arizona Humane Society has come under fire for euthanizing the nine-month old kitten of a recovering heroin addict who was unable to pay $400 for the animal’s surgery.

Scruffy the cat was Daniel Dockery’s “closest companion.” Dockery had raised the feline from birth.

Earlier this month, Scruffy sustained severe injuries after getting tangled in some barbed-wire fencing. The AHS demanded $400 from Dockery to treat his pet. He requested 24 hours to obtain the money by wire from his mother in Michigan, but staff members would not allow it. They even rejected his request to have his mother provide her credit card information over the phone.

They left him with one option: Sign over Scruffy’s ownership rights or the cat would go untreated.

Dockery reluctantly gave Scruffy over to the AHS after being assured the cat would receive medical aid and put in foster care. He then spent two weeks attempting to track Scruffy down at every local shelter, but to no avail.

Yesterday, Arizona Republic‘s Robert Anglen learned the heartbreaking truth: Scruffy had been euthanized.

Asked to explain its actions, AHS told Anglen the kitten was put down “not because of its wounds, but because its owner could not immediately pay for its care.”

Apparently there were only enough resources to treat two of the three ailing cats at the clinic, and Scruffy pulled out the short straw.

“Now I’ve got to think about how I failed that beautiful animal,” Dockery said. “I failed her. … That’s so wrong. There was no reason for her not to be treated.”

AHS told Anglen it would be reconsidering its policy of rejecting payment over the phone.

Despite all he’s been through, Dockery still feels taking Scruffy to the AHS was the right decision. “I don’t want to turn people away from the Humane Society,” he said. “They do do good works.”

[republic / mediaite.] 

“not because of its wounds, but because its owner could not immediately pay for its care.”

AHS, what made you think that the latter of that statement was better than the former? You killed the animal not because he was suffering but because the owner could not pay?

WHAT KIND OF BULLSHIT IS THAT?

…and he thinks HE failed at saving this cat. no. no, that is fucked up. this actually made me really emotional. i see the AHS commercials. i know they get sufficient funding. please explain to me why the ‘humane’ society gassed a 9 month old kitten because they couldn’t be compensated to treat it right away. no. just no. 

When my cat I had for 18 years was sick we took him to the emergency vet and had to put him down because we didn’t have the money to treat him. Instead my brother had to empty out his bank account to put his best friend down so he wouldn’t suffer. All because of money. 

tgfghjgjkhjkbnjk, horseshit

(Source: thedailywhat)