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DIY Bunny Garland on the blog today! Link in biooooo #blog #easter #diy
Apr 14, 2014

DIY Bunny Garland on the blog today! Link in biooooo #blog #easter #diy

thegreyconcept:

Basil strawberry lemonade granita - babble.com
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thegreyconcept:

Basil strawberry lemonade granita - babble.com

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madecreativeblog:

Tomorrow (weds, sept 18th) on streetart.nl a limited edition and exclusive Broken Fingaz screenprint will be up for sale at exactly 21:00. Get on there to score one of the fifteen: http://www.streetart.nl/en/more/part_of_nature.htm

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tbdressfashion:

summer days
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Mango Banana Smoothie up on the blog today! Link in bioooo #blog #spring #flowers #beattheheat
Apr 9, 2014

Mango Banana Smoothie up on the blog today! Link in bioooo #blog #spring #flowers #beattheheat

DIY Flower Aquarium on the blog today :) Link in biooooo. #blog #flowers #spring
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DIY Flower Aquarium on the blog today :) Link in biooooo. #blog #flowers #spring

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babblingbug:

(Bunnies and Sunshine)

Easter is coming up! And it’s a terrible time for pet store bunnies!

Rabbits are marketed as “easy”, short-lived, starter pets, especially during the Easter holidays, but that couldn’t be farther from the truth! A healthy, well cared for bunny can live just as long as the average cat or dog- 10-12 years!

What’s more, they have more complex needs than a cat or a dog. Rabbits are prey animals and do not behave or show affection in the same way as predators like cats and dogs; they don’t deal well with being outside-only animals; they can get sad if they’re on their own and don’t receive enough attention; and if they’re bought as a couple, they can start reproducing from as early as 5-6 months of age, and they can carry multiple litters at the same time!

They have a specialised diet (NOT carrots!), need a specialised living area (unless you want all your things to get chewed up!), and they need specialised vets! Caring for them costs as much as caring for a dog!

They’re a big responsibility!

Treat your bun right!

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