I'm Kimmy.
I'm 20.
I work in a supermarket,
I study languages,
and I live in Australia.
I really like cute animals, and I have two bearded dragons called Bluey and Patch.
^^^ This pretty much sums up my blog.
I have instagram too: kimmy_lyf

 

I’ve just realised that these spanish quizzes are worth 40% of my mark.
fml

toothpast:

theworldisanapple-youareaseed:

lizzingwithkriz:

Pregnant Ghost Bat having an ultrasound at Featherdale Wildlife Park

congrats it’s a bat

[delighted bat noises]

toothpast:

theworldisanapple-youareaseed:

lizzingwithkriz:

Pregnant Ghost Bat having an ultrasound at Featherdale Wildlife Park

congrats it’s a bat

[delighted bat noises]

kacey-is-shape-shiftting:

This is exactly what it’s like.  Almost everything & every decision is just black & white. There’s no in between.

kacey-is-shape-shiftting:

This is exactly what it’s like. Almost everything & every decision is just black & white. There’s no in between.

izzy-the-fish-girl:

thatfishchick:

Have you see this article from BBC? http://www.bbc.co.uk/news/29210991

It’s amazing news. Dr. Tristan Rich of the Lort Smith Animal Hospital in Melboune, Australia, performed surgery on a goldfish to remove a large tumor from the animal’s head. The fish - named George (how friggin’ cute) - had a sizable tumor that was reportedly impeding its ability to swim, properly breathe, and eat. George’s owners also reported bullying and/or harassment from other fish in the pond fish.

George’s owners were faced with a unique choice. As a ten year old goldfish in a pond, it is not outside the realm of possibilities that George could live for another ten or twenty years if the surgery was attempted. Without, his long term fate remained uncertain, and his quality of life was certainly poor.

Dr. Rich placed George under anesthesia and, in a rather clever move, used water from George’s pond pumped into the mouth and out the gills to ventilate the fish (rather smart because it means no jarring chemical shifts that could place further stress on George’s body).

George is reportedly doing well post surgery.

It’s an utterly amazing story.

Here are some quotes from Dr. Rich:

"For the owners, it’s not about having a fish, it’s about having this fish."

”If you have a pet, regardless of what it is, then you have a responsibility to look after it as best you can.”

That’s my kind of vet! :D

The DailyMail goes more in-depth, but they have more graphic photos.

kampaisuchi:

thedesureich:

ruinleon:

a snake wearing a top hat and mustache that is all

ah mr sneky,i see u r wering ur fance top

drdandy

kampaisuchi:

thedesureich:

ruinleon:

a snake wearing a top hat and mustache that is all

ah mr sneky,i see u r wering ur fance top

drdandy

unfollower:

peekaboo is essentially just making fun of babies for not understanding object permanence 

so offensive