foxpwincess:

sizvideos:

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My cat has this! Feline cerebellar hypoplasia is what the vet told us. She’s a year old now and is doing better and better :) she still loses her balance but she can actually walk and stand while she eats. ❤️

caelas:

saying feminism is unnecessary because you don’t feel oppressed is like saying fire extinguishers are unnecessary because your house isn’t on fire

yogabtrfly:

yogabtrfly:

Give away!!
Book on Paganism
Handmade smudgestick w/found shell for burning
Pride buttons
Small Buddha statue
Sun and moon ankle bracelet
Friendship type bracelet
Tree pendant for hemp bracelet I will make to size
00 g Buddha plugs—never worn
Various vegan bumper stickers
Small bag of assorted gemstone pieces

Rules..must be following me yogabtrfly, only reblogs count. The more you reblog the more chances to win. Will pick the winner July 31. Good luck!!

Peace, love and hugs 💚 💚

Reblog to win 💚 💚

akalittleone:

No sympathy for rapists, no sympathy for abusers, no sympathy for those who side with them. No excuses for their behavior, no justifications, no exceptions.

smitethepatriarchy:

greenthepress:

smartercities:

Meet The 14-Year-Old Girl Who Developed A Low-Cost Water Purification System | FastCompany
The next generation of scientists is already hard at work solving our biggest problems. Take Deepika Kurup, a 14-year-old high school student from Nashua, New Hampshire. After seeing children in India drinking dirty water from a stagnant pool, she decided, in her words, “to find a solution to the global water crisis.” And then she actually made some progress towards that goal, developing a solar-powered water purification system.

She is the future

Ever notice how it’s always brilliant teenagers making stuff that will actually solve the world’s worst problems, like what do adults even do?

smitethepatriarchy:

greenthepress:

smartercities:

Meet The 14-Year-Old Girl Who Developed A Low-Cost Water Purification System | FastCompany

The next generation of scientists is already hard at work solving our biggest problems. Take Deepika Kurup, a 14-year-old high school student from Nashua, New Hampshire. After seeing children in India drinking dirty water from a stagnant pool, she decided, in her words, “to find a solution to the global water crisis.” And then she actually made some progress towards that goal, developing a solar-powered water purification system.

She is the future

Ever notice how it’s always brilliant teenagers making stuff that will actually solve the world’s worst problems, like what do adults even do?