Between saying and doing is half the sea

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  • elementary school: I went to bed at 10
  • everyone: omg thats so cool
  • middle school: I went to bed at 10
  • everyone: wow loser
  • high school: I went to bed at 10
  • everyone: omg luckyyyy
  • college: I went to bed at 10
  • everyone: is that even possible

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jillianremes:

I know there are tons of these posts going around all the time, especially recently since dashcon raised all that money so quickly. But I really need your help, and I hope you give me a chance.

This is Mica. She is a 10 week old kitten that was born a polydactyl, meaning she has more than the normal four toes on each foot. There are a lot of cats born like this, and it usually doesn’t have a negative affect on their life, or much affect at all. I adopted her two weeks ago when she was a bouncing, happy kitten like her siblings. My mother bought her for me to help me with my anxiety, and to get over the death of the first cat I bought myself several years ago, who died of kidney failure two months ago.

When I first got Mica she was a little strange; her foster mother said she was shy and a bit skittish because she came from a hoarding case that ended badly. We had adopted from a rescue shelter before, and this was nothing new; we had gotten through it before and kittens tend to be very adaptable. She played, purred and took naps like any normal kitten, but she was constantly licking her paws and laying down in the middle of playing for no reason.  

Then she started to waddle around like her feet were hurting her. I was concerned and took her to my local vet. He told me that, after some examination and an x-ray, her extra toe on three of her feet had become ingrown. I don’t know if any of you have ever had an ingrown nail, but just a little ingrown hair hurts; imagine it on your foot, times three. I was completely shocked and horrified to learn this, because the rescue group we had gotten her from never said anything.

I contacted them about this, and in short they didn’t bother to check it out because her brother and sister were both polydactyls and were fine. I couldn’t believe this was their excuse; I knew that some rescues didn’t keep track of their rescues after they were adopted (that’s what happened with our previous adoptions) but ignoring their physical needs to save some money was ridiculous.

I contacted them, and unfortunately since the problems started showing physical signs after the adoption, there’s nothing they can do, and nothing I can make them. My veterinarian has estimated that each foot will cost around $150 to sedate Mica and remove the nail. Already that’s up to $450, then there will be more for pain and anti-infection meds, which I have found to be around $50 or $60 from previous experience. That’s $500 at least, on top the $80 for the general check-up plus the x-ray. I am completely opposed to de-clawing cats, but this is causing her pain everyday and will get infected if left untreated, which could kill her. She’s only 10 weeks old and far more delicate than an adult cat.

This cat is the world to me; I just lost my first cat that I bought myself and though it’s only been a two weeks since I got Mica, she has made a huge difference. Since she is my cat, I have to pay for her with little to no help from my parents. My bills for food, gas, and my prescription for migraines has whittled me down to hardly $200. I can’t start my new job until the second week of August because I will be out of town for two weeks before for personal reasons. Even if I do a payment plan, I am literally down to my last penny if I want to get this done while sustaining my self as well.

Please. I hate asking for money, I hate depending on people who have their own problems. But my family believes that once you’re 18, you’re an adult. I’m on my own with this, and the best I can do is give it my all and hope for some sympathy from you guys. I don’t want to give her up to that rescue group who neglected her, or give her to a humane society where nobody would want her because she has medical bills no one wants to pay. Every single penny counts, and it appreciated beyond measure.

Even if you cannot donate, please reblog to spread the word. I don’t want to lose my cat. I can’t take another loss like this. 

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greenseer:

Sometimes I feel bad about the fact that I often need very basic concepts/tasks explained to me but it’s just like when you are visiting your friends house and you have to ask what drawer the forks are in except the earth is my friends house and I am always visiting

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marquise8ossyfangs:

psycosis91:

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ALL I WANNA DO IS [GUN SHOT NOISE] [GUN SHOT NOISE] [GUN SHOT NOISE] AND A [GUN COCK NOISE] MAYBE YOU’RE MY LOVE.

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teamheichou:

charmedsevenfold:

The next time you go to a con, make it your mission to go say hello to a cosplayer standing by themselves. You have no idea how many people decide to miss out on such wonderful events because they are afraid that no one will talk to them or that they will…

We all have that ONE anime, that ruined our life.
every anime fan out there (via rinismydarling)

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Asker Anonymous Asks:
what if like you did a parody of the Demon Days album cover but put in the faces of four shingekis
6feetunderthestarz 6feetunderthestarz Said:

bleach-at-the-beach:

that’s actually super cool

ass-ume:

princessstupidmf:

Never get mad at someone with anxiety for apologizing a lot. It’s a coping mechanism and yelling only makes it worse. They don’t need tough love or anything like that. Reassurance that they are fine is the most important thing

please listen to this post

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iguanamouth:

he who fights with monsters should look to it that he himself does not start playing dnd as one - friedrice nicesheep

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erennjaegers:

Today I was at work and this like 13 year old kid came in with a snk jacket so I was all omg I really like your jacket and his face like lit up and he smiled and turned to his friend and was all “she gets it! She gets it!” and his friend just sighed and kinda shook his head and I think that perfectly describes the friendship between an anime watcher and a non-anime watcher

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koalatea:

to the window
to the wall
to the trash where i belong

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mpregicorn:

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bogleech:

lance-corporals-butt:

A friendly reminder that Evas are fucking terrifying.

Too many people only seem to appreciate the Evas as “mecha” when they are in fact 100% monster.

Evangelion is a series about titanic Frankensteinian abominations forced to defend the earth from cosmic horrors.

There isn’t even one “robot” in it not even nowhere

It’s an awesome revelation when they explain the armor isn’t to protect them- It’s to cage them.

I think its just as horrifying to remember that 14 year old kids are literally drilled into the necks of these things and control them somehow.

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