Men need their space. But so too do women. But while some men prefer to dwell in their Man Caves, some woman prefer an alternative place to relax. Such as the She-Shed.
Whereas Man Caves are usually a part of the house somehow, say hidden in the basement or the garage perhaps, She-Sheds are typically situated in the garden. There are no set rules to how a She-Shed should be constructed. Some turn them into reading areas while others use their She-Sheds as craft rooms or even miniature yoga studios.
Want a She-Shed but don’t know where to begin? Then take a look at the pictures below where you might just find some inspiration. That applies to you too, guys. Go on. Don’t worry. We won’t tell anyone.
(h/t: mymodernmet, contemporist)
Read more: http://www.boredpanda.com/she-sheds-garden-man-caves/
I am an animal photographer named Grace Chon and these images are from my new photo series titled HAIRY.
I’ve always found before and after photos from dog grooming to be really funny. Usually it doesn’t even look like it’s the same dog in each photo! I had the idea of shooting a photo series that highlighted this extreme transformation. Each dog went way beyond their normal grooming schedule to grow their hair long and shaggy for the shoot. There’s something so funny to me about seeing a dog so shaggy that they can’t even see! I wanted the after photos to be really extreme by showing a type of cut that’s uncommon to most of us here in the United States.
All the dogs have been groomed in a Japanese grooming style, which doesn’t follow the usual breed standard cuts and rules for grooming that we’re used to seeing. Rather, the emphasis is on making the dog look as adorable as possible – cute on steroids- by highlighting the uniquely cute characteristics of the dog. These cuts are works of art – each haircut takes hours as the majority of the styling is all done with hand scissoring. All the dogs in the series were groomed by the incredibly talented groomers from Healthy Spot in Los Angeles, CA. Many of the groomers there specialize in this style of cut and have been trained by masters from Japan. Hope you enjoy!
Biggie Smalls Before
Biggie Smalls After (grooming by Cameron Adkins)
Rocco After (grooming by Patricia Sugihara)
Herman After (grooming by Cindy Reyes)
Raider After (grooming by Koko Fukaya)
Lana After (grooming by Koko Fukaya)
Athena After (grooming by Donna Owens)
Teddy After (grooming by Donna Owens)
Yuki After (grooming by Alyson Ogimachi)
Read more: http://www.boredpanda.com/hairy-before-and-after-transformations-of-dog-haircuts/
Shelter dogs tend to lead quite depressing lives waiting for their forever human to come and pick them up, so the Kitsap Humane Society in Washington is taking their pooches for coffee to make them feel better.
The shelter’s volunteer Molly Clark takes one of the dogs to Starbucks for a Puppuccino (a small cup of whipped cream) every Tuesday. Not only do the dogs get a delicious treat, they also get a chance to change environment at least for a while and enjoy a car ride. “They love it! Molly only select dogs who will not be stressed by the experience” the rescue’s Rebekah Johnson told Bored Panda. “However, Molly will bring Puppuccino’s back to the shelter to dogs who are unable to leave the shelter. There is no “one size fits all” shelter experience and KHS’ staff and volunteers goes to great lengths to ensure that each animal here at KHS receives individualized care and attention.” The local Starbucks also posts signs about the dog of the week to help the pooch find a home.
The Kitsap Humane Society in Washington is taking their pooches for a ‘dog coffee’ to make them feel better
The shelter’s volunteer Molly Clark takes one of the dogs to Starbucks for a Puppuccino every Tuesday
The dogs also get a chance to change environment at least for a while and enjoy a car ride
“They love it! Molly only select dogs who will not be stressed by the experience”
“Staff and volunteers goes to great lengths to ensure that each animal here at KHS receives individualized care and attention”
“Molly will bring Puppuccino’s back to the shelter to dogs who are unable to leave the shelter”
The Puppuccino Pals program has been established in April and features the pups on Instagram
“[We use] the adorable pictures of them lapping up yummy whipped cream to give them exposure on social media to potential adopters!”
The local Starbucks also posts signs about the dog of the week to help the pups find a home!
Thank you, Rebekah Johnson, for talking to Bored Panda about this wonderful initiative!
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Read more: http://www.boredpanda.com/shelter-takes-dogs-puppuccinos-starbucks/
While therapy dogs are in the spotlight, this ginger kitty is bringing comfort to lucky university students without any training whatsoever. Known as the “Campus cat,” the feline comes to the University of Augsburg every day to help students relax by offering them cuddles.
“Caring about the students is the main goal of the Campus cat besides sleeping, sleeping, sleeping,” Andreas, Campus Cat Secretary, told Bored Panda. “Also the cat walks all around the campus to really see all students from every faculty. A lot of students say Campus Cat helps to relax or chill before tests, papers, exams.” The ginger is always there. And he has a home, too, and is well cared for! He just really wants to take some pressure off the students’ chests. Good kitty!
Known as the “Campus cat,” this kitty comes to the University of Augsburg in Germany every day
Read more: http://www.boredpanda.com/campus-cat-university-cuddles-augsburg-germany/
When you hear about a dog calling 911, it’s usually because their owner is having an emergency. But what would happen if a dog called 911 with it’s OWN idea of a crisis?
That’s the question that went through the mind of Twitter user Reverend Scott, and he’s come up with some pretty funny answers. The “emergencies” range from trying to retrieve a ball from under the couch and not being able to eat chocolate on Valentine’s Day, to having a panic attack about being left at home. Given that the 911 operator is also a dog, the advice is often far from useful…
Read more: http://www.boredpanda.com/funny-dog-emergency-calls-reverend-scott/