fuckyeahcats:

This is my sweetheart cat Ace. He passed away on May 14, 2012 after numerous health issues. He lived to 15 and he was my best friend. I miss him so much and he’ll always hold a special place in my heart.

<3

fuckyeahcats:

This is my sweetheart cat Ace. He passed away on May 14, 2012 after numerous health issues. He lived to 15 and he was my best friend. I miss him so much and he’ll always hold a special place in my heart.

<3

Leo

Leo

I feel like a pirate every time I wear these boots&#8230;

I feel like a pirate every time I wear these boots…

Different colored socks today whaaaa

Different colored socks today whaaaa

Sheem sheem sheem

Sheem sheem sheem

invisible:

 
Most of us are able to walk about ten feet over to the kitchen faucet, turn it on, and immediately fresh, clean water is pouring into our glass. Simple. Easy. Clean. However, the reality is that the lack of access to clean water is what thousands of people face around the world.
A recent article published in Aljazeera discusses the issue of how infections attributed to unsafe water and poor sanitation are affecting people in northern Uganda. This has been a progressive problem throughout the region and is not aided by the lack of adequate healthcare that could cure these infections with proper medical treatment.
In 2010, Invisible Children began the Water, Sanitation, and Hygiene (WASH) initiative. The initiative provides rural communities surrounding selected Village Savings and Loan Association (VSLA) groups access to safe drinking water and improves the sanitation and hygiene of group members, their households and the community.
As of May 2011, 20 boreholes have been drilled in the communities of our original 20 VSLA groups and over 5,000 community members are reaping the benefits of having accessible, clean water. These boreholes were constructed by International Lifeline Fund in partnership with Invisible Children Uganda, and were funded by Charity Water.
There is still a long road ahead to ensure that those who need accessible clean water have the means to receive it. But little by little, one travels far.
“When the well is dry, we know the worth of water.” – Benjamin Franklin

invisible:

 

Most of us are able to walk about ten feet over to the kitchen faucet, turn it on, and immediately fresh, clean water is pouring into our glass. Simple. Easy. Clean. However, the reality is that the lack of access to clean water is what thousands of people face around the world.

A recent article published in Aljazeera discusses the issue of how infections attributed to unsafe water and poor sanitation are affecting people in northern Uganda. This has been a progressive problem throughout the region and is not aided by the lack of adequate healthcare that could cure these infections with proper medical treatment.

In 2010, Invisible Children began the Water, Sanitation, and Hygiene (WASH) initiative. The initiative provides rural communities surrounding selected Village Savings and Loan Association (VSLA) groups access to safe drinking water and improves the sanitation and hygiene of group members, their households and the community.

As of May 2011, 20 boreholes have been drilled in the communities of our original 20 VSLA groups and over 5,000 community members are reaping the benefits of having accessible, clean water. These boreholes were constructed by International Lifeline Fund in partnership with Invisible Children Uganda, and were funded by Charity Water.

There is still a long road ahead to ensure that those who need accessible clean water have the means to receive it. But little by little, one travels far.

“When the well is dry, we know the worth of water.” – Benjamin Franklin

catinreallife:

Great Dane Friends of Ruff Love, the rescue that took in Baxter when his family could no longer care for him, just took in a mama Dane (Ella) and her 7 (7!) puppies! While the puppies are in relatively good health (worms and a cough but nothing serious) Ella is not doing very well. From laying on the dirty shelter floor and nursing her pups, she developed mastitis and is currently staying at the E-vet with a 105 fever.  She extremely underweight and it’s a miracle she lived long enough to make it to the shelter. 

These puppies and their mama are going to need a ton of vet care to get them healthy and then to get them all spayed/neutered before they can be adopted out. 

I never do this, but 8 Danes is a lot for the rescue to take on! If you can spare even a dollar, it would help Ella and her big babies get to their goal of finding forever homes!

Donate here: http://greatdanefriends.com/medical-fund/

Baxter already sent in his small donation to help out his GDFRL friends!

allthingseurope:

The summer in Copenhagen, Denmark (by Montenegro Luis)

allthingseurope:

The summer in Copenhagen, Denmark (by Montenegro Luis)

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