Move over, Money Cat–this is the Vulture Culture Kitty, who only shows up once in a cat’s age! Reblog her within five minutes and you’ll unearth some bone, hide or other natural treasure, whether in the deepest woods, or the shelves of an antique store.
No you guys don’t understand.
I’m COMPELLED to reblog vulture kitty because, to date, this is the ONLY “magical reblog” post that has ever worked for me. The first time it happened I found a beautiful perfect turkey feather. The second time it happened I found an entire dead bird (which granted I couldn’t keep but I could take pictures)
While money cat has never, ever worked for me, in any of it’s iterations (nor has money snake, money lizard, or money anything else) vulture kitty has never failed me. She’s consistently worked. It’s uncanney. It’s like this little cat ghost is dragging in dead things for me like a live cat would.
idk how the Hell it happens but it happens.
Neat story about the actual skull in the photo–wayyyyy back when, a guy I was involved with for a few years told me that there were a few of his deceased pets buried in the back garden. He told me there was one particular Siamese cat whose skull he wanted to retrieve because he’d been so fond of her. So we went out to the garden, but he had no idea where she’d been buried, it had been so many years and he’d been a kid at the time. I walked around a bit, and then knelt down and pointed to a spot in the soil: “There. You need to dig THERE” I told him. Sure enough, about a foot or so down, was this little kitty skull. Never found the rest of her, just this bit. he gave her to me after we broke up a couple of years later because he thought I should have her. She hangs over my altar to this day.
FEAST UPON THE BONES OF YOUR ENEMIES. CONSUME THEIR STRENGTH AND MAKE IT YOUR OWN.
Indian Leopard ( with A10) & Black Bear (With CITES) from my collection
Crazy Eyes the equine skull is all finished!
This old gal’s enlarged eye sockets have the appearance of a wicked cartoon villain! What caused the deformity is unknown but it appears to be some sort of bone cancer or inflammatory disease. Along with the inflamed bone around the eye sockets there are also pitted areas of bone which were just beginning to form along both zygomatic arches and up along where they connect to the skull. I’ve cleaned dozens of horse, donkey, and mule skulls over the years and I’ve never seen an equine skull with this sort of deformity!
As for what kind of equine she is exactly, she’s either a mule or a huge donkey. Hard to tell which for sure.
Honored to add this unique gal to my collection! PS Check out that cute lil wolf tooth <3
P. phocoena, a Harbour Porpoise. These animals are one of the smallest marine mammals, and usually, stick close to coastal areas. This individual is a juvenile and legally held under license. Generously donated to me by another license holder, the carcass was found off the coast of Scotland back in 2018!
Sometimes it looks like they’re sleeping