I really appreciate the post about Malcolm and climate in areas of extreme heat. Still might not get a husky in Central texas though...

If you expect to leave the husky outside in the heat, absolutely not. I wouldn’t do that to ANY dog, that has nothing to do with the breed. But if you have central A/C and shaded/indoor parks for him/her to run around, then I don’t see the issue.

Malcolm grew up in Colorado. Most people think Colorado is just nonstop snow, and they’re wrong, because summers average about 90-100 degrees. We kept our central A/C on for him, made sure to get his undercoat groomed out (which we would do regardless of where we lived, that’s basic husky maintenance), and when we took him outside, we kept a portable water bottle with us and made sure we went to lots of shaded places. We also never took him out at peak hours, we waited until the sun was lower and less hot, but again, we would have done that with any dog. 

People think Husky’s can only live in fucking Alaska pulling sleds or some shit, but they don’t. People also think Husky’s can’t get along with cats. They’re so dumb.



I want to grow up and live in a small apartment in new york and have a husky and be with you.

yall shouldn’t be having huskies in an apartment in nyc, not enough room for them to run and get exercise also it’s way too hot for them to be outside in the summer have u ever been to nyc in august??? sorry this cliche of urs has been #busted

yeah just look at how miserable our husky is, who has lived in an apartment since he was 9-weeks-old

he has nowhere to run around, because obviously outside doesn’t exist

it’s not like huskies are just like any other dog in the world who requires walks outside

and he’s just so mean to everyone, obviously since he’s been in an apartment his whole life, he’s very badly behaved

and it’s not like dog’s coats exist to regulate their body temperature or anything, so clearly Malcolm here is just so very, very, very sad and unhealthy

that is the face of abuse right there

so much abuse

There’s a paradox in thinking that you’re better than other girls, when your whole reason for feeling that way is because you think your gender is so inherently inferior that you want to dis-identify with being a girl altogether.

More Than Words: Tomboys R Us

THIS whenever some girl brags about being “one of the boys” or says something like “I’m not like other girls, I LOVE [stereotypically masculine thing].”

(via giraffodill)

But to add on to what you were saying last night, I agree with you completely, but the only problem I have with people like that is that most people are going to think they're crazy (Which they kinda are, I mean, you run around yelling, 'I'M A WOLF! I'M A WOLF!' and you're gonna get put in a padded room real quick) and they're going to associate those people with actual Trans* people, and they're going to auto think any trans* people are also crazy. So ye, that's my only problem with them.

- Anonymous

You’re absolutely right. Although I think most normal people can see the difference between a person born one gender & wishing to be another over a person born a human and wanting to be a non-human.

Like, wolves don’t use computers, man. If you wanna be a wolf, get off the computer and go live with wolves and see what happens.


Speak kind words about your body and you will start to see yourself with love. When has being hateful and mean ever changed you for the better?

Everyone comes with baggage. Find someone who loves you enough to help you unpack.

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I never told you to treat me like a princess I want you to treat me like a dragon, cower in fear before me and get me expensive shiny things