Kitty love
#cats #siam #thai #animals #friends #cute #adorable


Being cheered up by Bounty : 3 

Being cheered up by Bounty : 3 


Holding your hand, my friend.
#cats #peaches&bounty #animals #pets #love

Holding your hand, my friend.
#cats #peaches&bounty #animals #pets #love


My precious
#cat #cats #siam #thai #animals

My precious
#cat #cats #siam #thai #animals


eddietg:

If you own a dog, please share.


Share….even if you dont have a dog

eddietg:

If you own a dog, please share.

Share….even if you dont have a dog

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Im at a wolf preserve today.
Its an amazing place, seeing those majestic creatures so close is unexplainable. Like a dream coming true. Even if the they have so much space they showed today.

People can visit the preserve for free, but I will donate. And I will come back here for sure.


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rhamphotheca:

Major discovery: Wolves help trees grow, rivers flow, countless species flourish
by Michael Graham Richard
It might not seem obvious at first, but wolves can have a huge indirect effect on ecosystems. They aren’t just good for reducing deer populations and such; they fundamentally change how these herbivores behave, where they graze and which areas they avoid.
This means that trees and plants start growing again in places that were overgrazed, giving shelter to all kinds of species (songbirds, beavers, rabbits). This in turns changes how the local ecosystem works further, providing more ecological niches to more species, until after a few years the area is almost unrecognizably more alive! All this thanks to wolves, this underrated apex predator!
Check out the great video below to see the chain of events in action after wolves were reintroduced in Yellowstone after an absence of about 70 years…
(find out more: TreeHugger)

rhamphotheca:

Major discovery: Wolves help trees grow, rivers flow, countless species flourish

by Michael Graham Richard

It might not seem obvious at first, but wolves can have a huge indirect effect on ecosystems. They aren’t just good for reducing deer populations and such; they fundamentally change how these herbivores behave, where they graze and which areas they avoid.

This means that trees and plants start growing again in places that were overgrazed, giving shelter to all kinds of species (songbirds, beavers, rabbits). This in turns changes how the local ecosystem works further, providing more ecological niches to more species, until after a few years the area is almost unrecognizably more alive! All this thanks to wolves, this underrated apex predator!

Check out the great video below to see the chain of events in action after wolves were reintroduced in Yellowstone after an absence of about 70 years…

(find out more: TreeHugger)

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How can anyone ever want to harm such a majestic creature…?

How can anyone ever want to harm such a majestic creature…?

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hplyrikz:

I wish everyone could see this

hplyrikz:

I wish everyone could see this

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primatehumano:

"Who does not understand a look, cannot understand long explanations." (Arabic proverb)

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REALLY IMPORTANT HALLOWEEN REMINDER!!!!

squirps:

PLEASE REMEMBER TO NOT LET YOUR BLACK CATS OUTSIDE AROUND OR ON HALLOWEEN BECAUSE THERE ARE SOME SCARY PEOPLE OUT THERE WHO KILL/DO CULT THINGS WITH BLACK CATS ON HALLOWEEN!! actually, just keep your pets inside on halloween, it’s a fun holiday but there are some god awful people out there!

ALSO REMEMBER! if you work at an animal shelter or a pet store, don’t sell black cats around or on halloween for the same reason! keep your cute kitty cats safe! this has been a kitty psa

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