I love mice, I have some as pets.. even a couple of this breed :)
Dolls also do this, and as you can see it's dangerous!
And now it seems humans are copying them!!!
GO Cowgirl and Horse GO!
Why do the colors of one girl's lavender stairs (that have been that way for years) bother someone so much that she might go to jail if she does not paint over them? Why should ONE person be able to control the actions of another in their own home? Read Annakim Violette's story here, it is an issue of creativity and control. Would you like ONE person to force you to change the way your home looks because they didn't like it? How much is someone truly harmed if they see a bit of color on a stairway as they pass by? It's a scary thing to think that someones dull conformity can put a creative person in jail because they are not dull conformists like themselves. It's not just about stair color, it's the scary spectre of freedom of expression being removed just because one person doesn't like what you do with it.
Thank you Jillian Otts, this is her wonderful looking baby!
"This is my pet crested gecko. Her name is Elizabeth but we all call her Lizzie. She is the shweetest thing in the world and i love her so much."
"Returning hate for hate multiplies hate, adding deeper darkness to a night already devoid of stars. Darkness cannot drive out darkness: only light can do that. Hate cannot drive out hate: only love can do that."-- MLK, Jr. from "Strength to Love."
Posted by C Merry at 12:51 PM
Rescue dogs are seen in their enclosure before leaving for Haiti at the Torrejon military airbase in Torrejon de Ardoz, Spain, Wednesday Jan. 13, 2010. Firefighters without Borders, the International Red Cross and other aid groups said they are preparing a major disaster relief effort in Haiti after a powerful earthquake struck the capital. (AP Photo/Daniel Ochoa de Olza)
For updates later on the welfare of Haiti's animals log on here
Haiti Earthquake: IFAW Emergency Team on Alert
IFAW’s Emergency Relief team is on high alert to help in Haiti after a devastating earthquake struck near the capital of Port-au-Prince on January 12.
As always with disasters like this, the humanitarian rescue efforts will be the focus in the first week or so. The immediate priorities will be getting food, clean water, shelter and medical attention to the survivors.
After those immediate human needs are met, IFAW's Emergency Response team will be ready to assist the animal victims in any way that we can. In the meantime, please keep the people and animals of Haiti in your thoughts.
For many useful links for donating monetary help please log on to LeVar Burton's Twitter, and Twitter's Search Function, and for news updates log on to the auto-refresh news page on the BBC. Anything will help Haiti in this tragic time.
The supportive clucking his lady friends gave him went to his head so he went and wrote a song using the same line... ;)
He wants his Grammy now! :)