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Hi everyone! This is very important!! Recently, two beautiful dogs, Lola & Rumba, passed away from accidentally swallowing the strings from a regular, Petsmart rope toy!! The owner, instagram user @fg_lola , posted this on instagram. “…We want to share the cause of their passing so it doesn’t happen to your babies. Lola and Rumba chewed their toy and swallowed threads, clogging their intestines. Lola choked and passed out before we could even make it to the vet. Our world came crashing as this nightmare begins to unravel. We could not believe that our princess was no longer alive. Then, we noticed Rumba was not eating. Everything seemed fine, but something in my heart said that she too had swallowed the same threads as Lola. After 2 vets, one recommended exploratory surgery. At first we thought her surgery was a success. The vet said it was a very complicated surgery because her intestines were scrunched up like an accordion and were severely bruised. They kept her in the hospital for 5 days and she still wasn’t eating. We visited her every morning and evening while she was there. The vet called us and mentioned us taking her home to see if she would eat in her comfort zone. It breaks my heart to tell you that she didn’t make it through the night. Losing both of our girls has been such a traumatic and painful time in our lives. My heart is broken into a million pieces and our home feels empty without them…” The toy that they gave their dogs was a regular rope toy!!! If you have any of these dog toys in your house DISPOSE OF THEM AS SOON AS POSSIBLE. Please reblog this to get the word out! #NoRopeToys
Like a reptile, this squamous form snakes its way through the rugged landscape on the Swedish west coast. It is the brainchild of architect Torsten Ottesjö, who built “Hus-1” on this spacious plot of land, far removed from any urban structures. The design was his attempt to unravel the apparent conflict between architecture and nature. In his view, a building shouldn’t stand like some foreign body in its surroundings; on the contrary, its organic silhouette should enable it to harmoniously blend in with the nature that surrounds it. On the outside the convex building is enveloped in spruce-wood roofing shingles, custom-built by the architect for this very project. Some sections of the house are balanced on dainty stilts giving the impression that it has actually sprouted out of the earth itself.