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Anonymous asked: Cutie patootie.

kisses :*

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Anonymous asked: i want to a doggy style photo with lingerie. Please.

which one hahah

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I think I lost 2 followers because of that photo I’m probably going to cry why do u h8 me

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Anonymous asked: One of the saddest and most hil- NO BITCH, the sad thing here is the fact that you're a stripper. If you want respect, maybe you should've graduated high school. 😂😂 when did stripping become a legitimate career?

stripperina:

Awww, you tried so hard, but unfortunately I can’t hear you over the sound of my debt-free college degree and massive disposable income.

THIS IS MY FAVORITE THING EVER 

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for that anon
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fuck92:

caniners:

First of all you’re exposing your cat to countless diseases and parasites, seeing as you cant control who or what your cat is interacting with while being allowed to roam free. These parasites could come from birds, mice, other cats, even from the environment itself (ticks, mites, worms, fleas etc.) Coming into contact with other stray cats (which is likely, seeing as there are estimated to be about 60 million stray cats in the US alone) could result in FIV and feline leukaemia, among other things. Your cat could also be injured by any stray/loose animals, and coming into contact with rodents can lead to tapeworms and leptospirosis (however, these are the more common diseases your cat can catch from rodents. there are still plenty of other nasties around!)
When your cat is outside it’s exposed to roads that it might try to cross, sadistic neighbours that might be tempted to antagonize it, dogs, wild animals, toxins like rat poison or antifreeze, even trees are a hazard! Not to mention that outdoor cats kill billions of wild birds every year, and have lead some species to near extinction (or complete extinction, in the case of the stephens island wren.)
Basically if you have an outdoor cat you are mistreating your animal and your environment. There are alternative ways to keeping your cat happy and entertained throughout its life without just carelessly throwing it outside to roam without supervision. Doing so is dangerous and neglectful, end of story. 
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cats are wild animals, theve been exposed to these diseases for generations and tbh if youre forcing your cat inside so it ‘wont get sick’ youre just depriving it of a proper life. imagine being confined to a house? i understand when its in different circumstances, ie, white cat/apartment building/illness prone et but when there is no good reason then you should absolutely let your cat go outside.

First of all you’re exposing your child to countless diseases and parasites, seeing as you can’t control who or what your child is interacting with while being allowed to roam free. These parasites could come from birds, mice, other children, even from the environment itself (ticks, mites, worms, fleas etc.)…. You see where I’m going with this. 
As Rosie stated, cats are wild animals. All 3 of the cats that I’ve owned in my life have been outdoor cats, they occasionally come back with a nip in their ear or a scratch on their nose, but they are healthy otherwise. They’ve never gotten fleas, ticks, mites, nothing. 
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sunflower-mama:

eartheld:

mostly nature

Oh hello

dreads and beards always get me god damn
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