Anonymous said: Everything's so cute! Ahhh! Adoreable!

I think you mean a-DOE-rable! 

Selfie Sunday! 

Selfie Sunday! 

We deer love the pumpkin season just as much as humans do.

We deer love the pumpkin season just as much as humans do.

How is everyone doing today? 

How is everyone doing today? 

becausebirds:

brown-headed cowbirbs do not taste like chocolate

We know it’s not a deer. But it has hooves and it’s cute.

becausebirds:

brown-headed cowbirbs do not taste like chocolate

We know it’s not a deer. But it has hooves and it’s cute.

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Stunning clay deer sculptures from the talented Ellen June of Deviantart.

These mule deer are very curious to find out what that strange white creature is.

(Source: sizvideos, via kennonink)

Meme Monday!

Meme Monday!

Selfie Sunday! If you guys have any selfies of you or your friends next to their deer pals, send those photos in to us at Queerfordeer@yahoo.com and we’ll showcase them in the upcoming weeks!

Selfie Sunday! If you guys have any selfies of you or your friends next to their deer pals, send those photos in to us at Queerfordeer@yahoo.com and we’ll showcase them in the upcoming weeks!

ghirahim:

thestarkidshavethephonebox:

howtoskinatiger:

grazie-arigato:

ハムスター速報

This is a Klipspringer (Oreotragus oreotragus), a small species of antelope. They primarily live in mountainous areas, and it’s hooves are designed like that to allow it to stand on even the tiniest outcrop of rock. 

its on its widdle tippy toes

the underside of their hooves is also quite rubbery and allows for better grip— it’s reported they can land safely on rock as wide as a dime.
also they mate for life and always stay by their mate. one will keep watch while another eats and are generally the cutest little things

ghirahim:

thestarkidshavethephonebox:

howtoskinatiger:

grazie-arigato:

ハムスター速報

This is a Klipspringer (Oreotragus oreotragus), a small species of antelope. They primarily live in mountainous areas, and it’s hooves are designed like that to allow it to stand on even the tiniest outcrop of rock. 

its on its widdle tippy toes

the underside of their hooves is also quite rubbery and allows for better grip— it’s reported they can land safely on rock as wide as a dime.

also they mate for life and always stay by their mate. one will keep watch while another eats and are generally the cutest little things

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