emberises

Hello! My name is Beth Wood but my comic artist/writer alias is Ember Wood! I am 20 years old. I love nature and I am a hippie and love spiritualism. I live in the North of England. I draw comics and illustrate in my own time!


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beware-the-leopard:

thedeandobbs:

And so the world fell to it’s knees.

I love this post.

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herbivorehippywalt:

We have accomplished nothing, compared to what Nature has. 

herbivorehippywalt:

We have accomplished nothing, compared to what Nature has. 

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cacnea:

ash never thinks

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tankgirl121:

findchaos:

ChaosLife: Homo Hint

Wait, everyone else met Pete the Peacock, right?

ALL ABOARD THE GAY TRAIN.

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wolfforce58205 asked: Do you have any good resources to give to someone who is dead-set on buying a Craigslist (BYB) German Shepherd? Both for shepherds and backyard breeders. My "friend" is trying to find the cheapest dog she can, stating she has $300 (that is ALL the money she can set aside) to spend on a puppy (she wants 8 weeks old) and everything it will need. She works most of the week and isn't home often. I KNOW she cannot handle a GSD, and she won't listen to anyone about not supporting a BYB. Please help!

animalwelfarists:

Educate them on what’s wrong with BYB, if they’re not already aware of the issue.

Then help them recognize that the individual they intend to buy from is indeed a BYB, here’s some links on reputable vs. backyard breeders.

If they’re the type of person who wants to “save” the dog, discuss with them how they’re actually doing more harm than good because even though they gave that, one dog a good home since they’re supporting the industry countless other canines will be hurt as a result.

Then you can help them find a responsible breeder,

or even a rescue!

-Ry