Here’s a master list of links I put together to cure boredom. Reblog and spread this list!
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- INTERESTING FACTS ABOUT DISNEY WORLD
- HOW TO MAKE WEED BROWNIES
- 12 BRILLIANT LIFE HACKS FOR YOUR COMPUTER
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- 12 FACTS ABOUT THE HUNGER GAMES: CATCHING FIRE
- BASIC THINGS IN LIFE YOU’RE DOING ALL WRONG
- WAYS TO IMPROVE MEMORY
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- TOP 7 GOOGLE STREET VIEW IMAGES
- CRAZIEST SEX LAWS
- PLACES I WISH I LIVED
- LIFE HACK: SNACKS YOU CAN MAKE IN THE MICROWAVE
- AMAZING HIDDEN FEATURES OF GOOGLE
- SECRET STARBUCKS MENU ITEMS
- FUNNIEST DETENTION SLIPS
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- 15 THINGS BANNED IN THE U.S. THAT ARE LEGAL EVERYWHERE ELSE
These are AWESOME Saving for future reference.
"The average lifespan of an indoor cat is 15-18 years. For a cat allowed outdoors, the average life is only 2-5 years." - Little Big Cat
It’s much healthier for cats to be kept indoors where they’re safe from diseases (such as Feline Leukemia, FIV [Feline AIDS], distemper, rabies, and toxoplasmosis), parasites (such as fleas, ticks, and worms), poisons (such as anti-freeze and rat poison), loose dogs, other cats, cars, wild animals (such as coyotes, bears, mountain lions, and birds of prey), malicious people, and more. The list of outdoor dangers for cats is quite long and this is not to mention the damage that cats inflict on our native wildlife.
We don’t let our dogs roam freely, so why let our cats? Indoor cats live much longer, healthier lives than outdoor or indoor/outdoor cats and it’s quite possible to have a happy, well entertained indoor cat. There are far safer ways to allow cats to enjoy the outdoors, such walking them on a harness, cat fencing your backyard, or building/buying an outdoor cat enclosure.