getabducted:

metephor:

Could everyone say some prayers for my dog he’s having a really really hard time breathing and he has to stay at the animal hospital overnight because he can’t breathe without an oxygen tank and it just all happened really fast and he was in remission from cancer and they think it might have came back and spread into his lungs and I’m really scared and nervous and he’s really scared and he’s not doing well right now

Omg. This poor puppy.

getabducted:

metephor:

Could everyone say some prayers for my dog he’s having a really really hard time breathing and he has to stay at the animal hospital overnight because he can’t breathe without an oxygen tank and it just all happened really fast and he was in remission from cancer and they think it might have came back and spread into his lungs and I’m really scared and nervous and he’s really scared and he’s not doing well right now

Omg. This poor puppy.

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girlfights:

When your cholas betray you so you have to beat all their asses

autopsynecropsy:

Sylvia Marie Likens (January 3, 1949 – October 26, 1965) was an American murder victim from Indiana. She was tortured to death by Gertrude Baniszewski, Gertrude’s children, and other young people from their neighborhood. Her parents, who were carnival workers, had left Likens and her sister Jenny in the care of the Baniszewski family three months before her death in exchange for $20 a week. Baniszewski and her daughter Paula and son John, plus two neighborhood youths, Coy Hubbard and Richard Hobbs, were charged with and convicted of the crime. Likens’ torture and murder were described by the prosecutor in Baniszewski’s trial as “the most terrible crime ever committed in the state of Indiana”.

autopsynecropsy:

Sylvia Marie Likens (January 3, 1949 – October 26, 1965) was an American murder victim from Indiana. She was tortured to death by Gertrude Baniszewski, Gertrude’s children, and other young people from their neighborhood. Her parents, who were carnival workers, had left Likens and her sister Jenny in the care of the Baniszewski family three months before her death in exchange for $20 a week. Baniszewski and her daughter Paula and son John, plus two neighborhood youths, Coy Hubbard and Richard Hobbs, were charged with and convicted of the crime. Likens’ torture and murder were described by the prosecutor in Baniszewski’s trial as “the most terrible crime ever committed in the state of Indiana”.

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