newtypezaku:

STAB HIM IN THE FUCKING NECK USAGI

(via sidneydear)

tanya-osk:

The Halloween Jack is a real cool cat 

And he lives on top of Manhattan Chase …”🎶

Halloween Jack (Live Boxer, 1974; watercolor🎨, ink✒️, white acrylic⚪️) 

(via bowie-sexual-frustration)

yamino:

sketchamagowza:

small

I still think about this comic a lot.

theladysilvermoon:

Pokemon TCG Southern Island Collection part 2, illustrated by Naoyo Kimura and Keiko Fukuyama

(via pixelatedcrownlikesthis)

(Source: themaddestdog, via odysseiarex)

youngblackandvegan:

zombiekunoichi:

elizabitchtaylor:

They look like they’re in a heist movie with Rihanna as the tough-as-nails leader/master thief and Lupita as the genius computer hacker



!!!!! So here for this!

youngblackandvegan:

zombiekunoichi:

elizabitchtaylor:

They look like they’re in a heist movie with Rihanna as the tough-as-nails leader/master thief and Lupita as the genius computer hacker

!!!!! So here for this!

(Source: fuckyeahrihanna, via frankenj0nes)

wildsoulchiild:

fanofallshippers:

icequeen102990:

glampora:

heytheresuckyq:

findinglady:

PLEASE PASS THIS ON! 
I want to make sure every one knows about this and what it can do to your pets 
this is what has happened to my sisters cat after she wore a hartz flea and tick collar and now has a burn like wound on her neck. please pass this on and do not buy hartz’s products! they use poison in their products pets have died because of this!!
http://www.hartzvictims.org/

Yes this is my cat she is doing fine at the moment but I’m so sorry for the people who’s pets are not so lucky

oh my god
PLEASE REBLOG THIS PEOPLE
save pets!

Hartz is the worse EVER! my aunt used it and it ended up killing two of her cats. only one survived but she had the worse skin condition. NEVER USE HARTZ

BETTER REBLOG THISS!!!

Guys this is an actual issue. We had Hartz collars for my dog and he kept having seizures. one seizure he had on the stairs and fell backwards down the stairs, and he also stop breathing from these seizures. When I found out about Hartz causing this I took it off my dog and he hasn’t had a seizure since. And he used to have one at least every few months. DON’T USE HARTZ.

I know big-name products like Frontline and Advantage are more expensive but PLEASE DO NOT USE CHEAP CRAP ON YOUR PETS. Flea products are POISON and it’s a fine line between enough poison to kill fleas and enough poison to seriously harm or kill your pet! Even if a cheap knock-off claims to use the same active ingredient as Frontline, etc. that doesn’t mean the product is safe! The carrying agent could still be very, very harmful to your animal. I know that flea products like Frontline and Advantage are expensive, but it really is best to buy flea products from a vet. I work for a vet now and I’d say at least once a week we have an animal come in that’s seriously ill because of cheap flea medication.
Here’s some other important tips I’ve picked up
Don’t apply ANY kind of flea or tick product after giving a flea bath, you could poison your pet this way. If you give your pet a flea bath you might need to wait weeks before applying a topical flea medication! Call your vet before you double up on anything.
You cannot apply Frontline/Advantage for at least THREE DAYS after bathing a pet. The carrying agents disperse via the natural oils in your pet’s skin. If you’ve washed away the oil, it won’t disperse.
DO NOT USE ANY FLEA PRODUCTS ON VERY YOUNG ANIMALS. IT COULD KILL THEM. If you have a really young pup or kitten that is infested with fleas and too young for topical flea treatment, the safest thing is to bathe them with DAWN DISH SOAP. The flea will slide off and it won’t be toxic to your baby. You can do this every day if you need to.
If your pet has a really bad case of fleas it is probably best to pick up an appropriate CAPSTAR tablet. It will kill the adult fleas in about 30 minutes. Follow up with a Frontline/Advantage.
Also this is only sort-of related but K9 ADVANTIX is only to be used for dogs! AdvanTAGE is safe for cats. Advantix is fatal for cats. Be sure not to confuse them! If your dog comes anywhere near your cat, I’d stick to Advantage for both of them, just in case.
And finally, pro tip: Ask your vet if they price-match major online pharmacies like PetMeds. If they don’t, ask them if they have any promotions going on. They might be a better value, anyway! I know right now you can get a free dose (one month’s worth!) if you purchase a box of Frontline or Advantage from a participating office. There’s usually other promotions, too! Ask them about it!

wildsoulchiild:

fanofallshippers:

icequeen102990:

glampora:

heytheresuckyq:

findinglady:

PLEASE PASS THIS ON! 

I want to make sure every one knows about this and what it can do to your pets 

this is what has happened to my sisters cat after she wore a hartz flea and tick collar and now has a burn like wound on her neck. please pass this on and do not buy hartz’s products! they use poison in their products pets have died because of this!!

http://www.hartzvictims.org/

Yes this is my cat she is doing fine at the moment but I’m so sorry for the people who’s pets are not so lucky

oh my god

PLEASE REBLOG THIS PEOPLE

save pets!

Hartz is the worse EVER! my aunt used it and it ended up killing two of her cats. only one survived but she had the worse skin condition. NEVER USE HARTZ

BETTER REBLOG THISS!!!

Guys this is an actual issue. We had Hartz collars for my dog and he kept having seizures. one seizure he had on the stairs and fell backwards down the stairs, and he also stop breathing from these seizures. When I found out about Hartz causing this I took it off my dog and he hasn’t had a seizure since. And he used to have one at least every few months. DON’T USE HARTZ.

I know big-name products like Frontline and Advantage are more expensive but PLEASE DO NOT USE CHEAP CRAP ON YOUR PETS. Flea products are POISON and it’s a fine line between enough poison to kill fleas and enough poison to seriously harm or kill your pet! Even if a cheap knock-off claims to use the same active ingredient as Frontline, etc. that doesn’t mean the product is safe! The carrying agent could still be very, very harmful to your animal. I know that flea products like Frontline and Advantage are expensive, but it really is best to buy flea products from a vet. I work for a vet now and I’d say at least once a week we have an animal come in that’s seriously ill because of cheap flea medication.

Here’s some other important tips I’ve picked up

  • Don’t apply ANY kind of flea or tick product after giving a flea bath, you could poison your pet this way. If you give your pet a flea bath you might need to wait weeks before applying a topical flea medication! Call your vet before you double up on anything.
  • You cannot apply Frontline/Advantage for at least THREE DAYS after bathing a pet. The carrying agents disperse via the natural oils in your pet’s skin. If you’ve washed away the oil, it won’t disperse.
  • DO NOT USE ANY FLEA PRODUCTS ON VERY YOUNG ANIMALS. IT COULD KILL THEM. If you have a really young pup or kitten that is infested with fleas and too young for topical flea treatment, the safest thing is to bathe them with DAWN DISH SOAP. The flea will slide off and it won’t be toxic to your baby. You can do this every day if you need to.
  • If your pet has a really bad case of fleas it is probably best to pick up an appropriate CAPSTAR tablet. It will kill the adult fleas in about 30 minutes. Follow up with a Frontline/Advantage.

Also this is only sort-of related but K9 ADVANTIX is only to be used for dogs! AdvanTAGE is safe for cats. Advantix is fatal for cats. Be sure not to confuse them! If your dog comes anywhere near your cat, I’d stick to Advantage for both of them, just in case.

And finally, pro tip: Ask your vet if they price-match major online pharmacies like PetMeds. If they don’t, ask them if they have any promotions going on. They might be a better value, anyway! I know right now you can get a free dose (one month’s worth!) if you purchase a box of Frontline or Advantage from a participating office. There’s usually other promotions, too! Ask them about it!

(via ennish)