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10/10/2012

Rejoice! Looking at cute animal photos is good for you!  »


Good news, everyone! Time to go find kittens, puppies, and bunnies online!

Wired Science reports on a new study that suggests looking at cute animal pictures can improve your concentration. The research was done in Japan, where cute overload is basically the national condition.

Cute baby animals help you concentrate, but they don’t help you just generally be smarter, though, so probably better to use kitten flashcards while studying but not while at cocktail parties. Though that would make you popular in other ways, so go for it! Bring kitten flashcards!

[Photo via cute overload]

10/03/2011

Day of the Dead cupcakes from Lux Hippie! So pretty, right? So pretty. It’s a bit early for the holiday but you know me, I love to get a head start! JK, I’m the worst. I will prob make these in January. Like, 2015. 
[via Finding Vegan, my favorite site!]

Day of the Dead cupcakes from Lux Hippie! So pretty, right? So pretty. It’s a bit early for the holiday but you know me, I love to get a head start! JK, I’m the worst. I will prob make these in January. Like, 2015.¬†

[via Finding Vegan, my favorite site!]

03/22/2011

Another squirrel rescue! This is from reader Rebeka P.:

His name is Ax, or Axeman. (An Amebix song named “Axeman” inspired that: lock up your acorns, the  Axeman is coming!) I kept him in my shirt for a  week or two straight when he wasn’t sleeping in his nest. He was very  small, eyes just barely opened, and we woke up at all hours of the night  to feed him.
We released him before the winter since he seemed ready to  go, more eager to get outside. After a few trial runs of him being  outside for three hours while I sat and watched him in the trees crying  because I was scared he was too high up or that he would never come  back, we brought his cage and his nest and lots of nuts outside for him  and let him do his thing. We have a squirrel food basket hanging in a  tree in the woods full of goodies for him, and other squirrels, so he  would have a steady flow of food through the winter since he didn’t have  all spring and summer to collect nuts and stash them away.
We see him  sometimes up in the trees. I miss him so very much but am so happy to  have had his company. He enjoyed cleaning me, digging in my hair, laying  on his belly on my head and spinning around in my hair, hiding acorns  in my clothes, and playing with stuffed animals. He was the cutest and loveliest creature I’ve ever had the  pleasure of caring for.”

Rebeka also says that the Squirrel Board has good resources on how to raise a squirrel adding, “squirrels are not pets, they do ‘wild up’ and are a LOT of work even  just to raise them! Lots and lots of work and time with them. They’re  cute, cuddly and awesome but they belong in the trees.”
I didn’t realize everyone and their mom was rescuing squirrels! I’m so jealous! What’s up with these squirrel parents though? We need a squirrel social services. Or maybe people just need to stop hitting squirrels with their stupid cars. Vegansaurus friend and super squirrel foster mom, Livia, is taking care of these two adorable critters:
The furless guy is a storm victim; his nest was blown down. The older one’s mom was dead in the street and he fell out of the nest looking for her. Now please excuse me while I go punch a bunch of people and then cry forever.

Another squirrel rescue! This is from reader Rebeka P.:

His name is Ax, or Axeman. (An Amebix song named “Axeman” inspired that: lock up your acorns, the Axeman is coming!) I kept him in my shirt for a week or two straight when he wasn’t sleeping in his nest. He was very small, eyes just barely opened, and we woke up at all hours of the night to feed him.

We released him before the winter since he seemed ready to go, more eager to get outside. After a few trial runs of him being outside for three hours while I sat and watched him in the trees crying because I was scared he was too high up or that he would never come back, we brought his cage and his nest and lots of nuts outside for him and let him do his thing. We have a squirrel food basket hanging in a tree in the woods full of goodies for him, and other squirrels, so he would have a steady flow of food through the winter since he didn’t have all spring and summer to collect nuts and stash them away.

We see him sometimes up in the trees. I miss him so very much but am so happy to have had his company. He enjoyed cleaning me, digging in my hair, laying on his belly on my head and spinning around in my hair, hiding acorns in my clothes, and playing with stuffed animals. He was the cutest and loveliest creature I’ve ever had the pleasure of caring for.”

Rebeka also says that the Squirrel Board has good resources on how to raise a squirrel adding, “squirrels are not pets, they do ‘wild up’ and are a LOT of work even just to raise them! Lots and lots of work and time with them. They’re cute, cuddly and awesome but they belong in the trees.”

I didn’t realize everyone and their mom was rescuing squirrels! I’m so jealous! What’s up with these squirrel parents though? We need a squirrel social services. Or maybe people just need to stop hitting squirrels with their stupid cars. Vegansaurus friend and super squirrel foster mom, Livia, is taking care of these two adorable critters:

The furless guy is a storm victim; his nest was blown down. The older one’s mom was dead in the street and he fell out of the nest looking for her. Now please excuse me while I go punch a bunch of people and then cry forever.

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