So one of my classmates bought me a sketchbook for my Birthday a few days ago. I’ve decided to fill it up with some stuff.
Unfortunately, I’m lacking in ideas as of now.
So if you want me to draw anything, be it a beast of some sort or whatever, I’ll be willing to take the…
Here, have Mikahari in a suit. o3o This is my first time trying out anthro, so mistakes should be plentiful, ignore them anyways.;;
Hey everyone: for those of you who are wondering, the Westboro Baptist Church and gonna bandwagon on he death of Micheal Brown in order to promote even more hateful rhetoric. Please don’t let them do this. If you can, send the people of Ferguson support. If not, then signal boost this as a warning.
Wildlife officials say hundreds and possibly more than 1,000 mink are on the loose from a Monteregie fur farm after an intruder broke in and opened all the cages.Hero
Most certainly NOT a hero. When you release captive animals into the wild you are not saving them, you are causing them to suffer and die slow, miserable deaths. Releasing these animals is simply an ego boost to people who want to pretend they’re helping animals when in reality they’re only harming them.
These mink cannot survive in the wild. They have no idea how to hunt, how to avoid danger, how to find shelter or anything, so they either get hit by cars, starve to death, die from the elements or attacked by other animals. Mink are also extremely aggressive towards others of their species and releasing so many into one area inevitably results in a mink hunger games, where they will attack and kill each other. Physically, they are also far too removed from their wild cousins to do well in the wild. Farmed mink are much larger and heavier, with colors that put them at a huge disadvantage and a coat that isn’t as weather or waterproof as wild mink.
Released mink are also extremely damaging to the environment. The few that do survive become ruthless predators and push native species into extinction. In the UK the water vole is facing extinction purely because of mink released from fur farms. In some places they also compete with the native, wild mink, as well as other native predators, taking away vital space and food from them.
Don’t pretend this kind of thing helps animals because it most certainly does not.
People get to like things. It’s ok to like whatever you like.
Even if it’s a show for little kids
Or toys. Or kids’ art supplies. Or picture books. Or YA novels.
When people like things, they’re being people who like things, not being age-inappropriate.
It’s wrong to…