My mom’s friend adopted this lovely dog after he was abandoned by his previous family. His name is Shaun. Shaun had always been very good at eating all his food. Every last bit that was, he ate it. One day he started leaving a little bit behind. He wouldn’t eat everything, no matter what. He always left a little behind. Every morning when my mom’s friend checked Shaun’s bowl, the food was gone. That was very strange, because Shaun always spent the night by her side.
One night she decided to investigate the food situation. She waited quietly by the food bowl and then, in the middle of the night, a cat came through the window and ate the remaining food. She noticed the cat was actually pregnant. A week or so later the cat came into her house and gave birth to 6 little kittens. Shaun took care of them as if they were his own babies. My mom’s friend adopted the cat too (her name is Meow) and they took care of the kittens until they all found a loving home. Nowadays Meow and Shaun live happily together as a family and they each have their little bowl of food.
interracial couples are always cute
Oh my god that is so precious.
KITTENS YOUR DADDY IS A DOGGIE. YOU ARE SOME LUCKY BABIES.
I’m sorry but
too cute to not reblog. I literally tried not to reblog this but my heart wasn’t having any of it. lol.
Inside the Copan: A City within a Building
Towering above the heart of São Paulo, the Copan apartment building resembles a wave wending through the frenetic movement of the city. Designed by renowned Brazilian architect Oscar Niemeyer, the Copan houses about 5,000 residents in its more than 1,000 apartments. The idea of community stands as one of the founding principles of the Copan, as its communal spaces and sweeping floor areas are meant to encourage residents to come together. Drawing on this idea, Brazilian artist Fernanda Brenner recently converted an abandoned clinic within the Copan into Pivô (@pivoarte), an experimental art space showcasing modern art. In creating Pivô, Brenner aims to show not only the artist’s final work but also the creative process. Artists are encouraged to prepare for exhibits in open studio spaces, stimulating a unique dialogue between São Paulo and its art.