it takes 237 muscles to fake an orgasm but 15 to say “it’s called a clitoris and it’s right here”
Everyday, pets are abandoned. Everyday, people ‘give up’ their animals. Everyday, these animals get overlooked. Everyday, people assume they will be cruel and unloving and not deal well with humans. Everyday, these animals show me nothing but love and affection. Despite being left on the side of the road by their owner, being hit by cars, being underfed or declawed, these animals warm up to people, quicker than… well, most people. These animals believe in that good in people still exists and that one day, one of those kind people will take them to their forever home. I strongly encourage anyone who is looking to add a furry friend into their life, to first check your local shelters. There are so many animals that are completely socialized, trained, etc - but have no place to call home. I will also say that *if you do get a shelter animal and it does not seem to get along with you and/or your other pets - to remember that this animal has been through very much and it, just like a person, needs time to get used to it’s new surroundings.* The wonderful thing about shelter animals is that they see people and other animals nearly everyday - they have been socialized by volunteers and staff like myself so ninety percent will take a few days to get used to their new surroundings, then will just as cuddly and curious and sweet as you see them being with me here. I wish every animal had a home. I wish I could take all of these ladies and fellahs home. For now though, you should just know that: shelter animals are the best animals. Adopt. Adopt. Adopt.