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    Uat?! 🌧💦🌬☔️Eez goaeen two raein aul dey?! 😳 bat...eez...sammer 🥺 🌈🍒🍦🏖🔆

    Uat?! 🌧💦🌬☔️Eez goaeen two raein aul dey?! 😳 bat...eez...sammer 🥺 🌈🍒🍦🏖🔆

    100 5 5 hours ago
    Sheela can’t type right now...she is in thinking mode, trying to figure out how to get hold of Djamila Ribeiro’s articles that are published in a Brazilian newspaper 🗞in one state. 
Any ideas? 🙌🏽✨🔮

    Sheela can’t type right now...she is in thinking mode, trying to figure out how to get hold of Djamila Ribeiro’s articles that are published in a Brazilian newspaper 🗞in one state.
    Any ideas? 🙌🏽✨🔮

    165 5 16 August, 2019
    Shi ras gud beleance! 😅👏🏼🐾💫

    Shi ras gud beleance! 😅👏🏼🐾💫

    194 7 15 August, 2019
    Mai humen lavs mi a lat 💓 ay don nou ouay... 🤔
📸: @shetravelsthearth

    Mai humen lavs mi a lat 💓 ay don nou ouay... 🤔
    📸: @shetravelsthearth

    245 12 15 August, 2019
    Saekki daes nap Yeeoga! ✨💫🧘🏽‍♀️ay lave 💜 numbar 4! Iou 💓 witch pozitioun?

    Saekki daes nap Yeeoga! ✨💫🧘🏽‍♀️ay lave 💜 numbar 4! Iou 💓 witch pozitioun?

    209 14 15 August, 2019

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    Belarus meets his mini-me! Thanks @kinderwool for the wonderful toy and check out our YouTube channel for an unboxing video 😸

    Belarus meets his mini-me! Thanks @kinderwool for the wonderful toy and check out our YouTube channel for an unboxing video 😸

    33,366 1,001 16 July, 2019
    Ok guys, this is going to be my last post for a bit so I wanted to leave you with an extra cute one!! My human is off for vacation and will have very limited internet access. We’ll try to post updates if we can but no promises! I’ll be Very well cared for and may actually enjoy being the undisputed ruler of the roost for a while 👑 Hope you guys enjoy this close up of my face in the meantime!

    Ok guys, this is going to be my last post for a bit so I wanted to leave you with an extra cute one!! My human is off for vacation and will have very limited internet access. We’ll try to post updates if we can but no promises! I’ll be Very well cared for and may actually enjoy being the undisputed ruler of the roost for a while 👑 Hope you guys enjoy this close up of my face in the meantime!

    10,110 193 30 June, 2019
    Belarus the bookworm 🤓📚

    Belarus the bookworm 🤓📚

    9,322 118 26 June, 2019
    @vegan_veterinarian Travis Strong recently wrote a post for us about Belarus’s highly-recognizable eyes. Learn more below and follow his page for more informative posts on animals big and small! 
Belarus is as dapper and charismatic as it gets for many reasons, but undoubtedly part of why he’s so darn compelling is his eyes. I mean, how can he even see? Can he make sense of the world around him with his unique eyes? The answer is that he almost certainly can see rather well, and the medical name for his eye condition is called strabismus.

Strabismus is the name granted to deviation of one or both eyes. The word strabismus has a Greek origin and means to squint, although squinting is not often observed with this condition. You have already likely seen strabismus in a few animals besides Belarus. For instance, pugs have a normal divergent strabismus (both eyes pointed a little outward), and siamese cats have a normal convergent strabismus (both eyes pointed a little inward). In order to understand what causes strabismus, it helps to have a little understanding about how the eyes move. Most mammals have very similar muscles used for eye movements (see 2nd pic). There are four “rectus” muscles attached to the eyes, with one each on the top, bottom, medial, and lateral sides of the eye. When these muscles contract, they pull the eye towards that particular direction. There are two additional muscles that rotate the eye, and a large muscle behind the eye that pulls the eye backward into the orbit (we humans don’t have this last muscle!). There are nerves that arise from our brains that go to each of these muscles and direct them to move the eyes.

With this basic anatomy, it becomes possible to understand some common causes of strabismus. Congenital (present at birth) strabismus can occur from abnormal positioning of the eye muscles, which in turn causes abnormal tensions on the eye and displacement of the gaze. This could be the cause of Belarus’s strabismus since we was adopted with this condition already present. There can be damage to the nerves that lead to the muscles, too. (See part 2 of the write up in the comments)

    @vegan_veterinarian Travis Strong recently wrote a post for us about Belarus’s highly-recognizable eyes. Learn more below and follow his page for more informative posts on animals big and small!
    Belarus is as dapper and charismatic as it gets for many reasons, but undoubtedly part of why he’s so darn compelling is his eyes. I mean, how can he even see? Can he make sense of the world around him with his unique eyes? The answer is that he almost certainly can see rather well, and the medical name for his eye condition is called strabismus.

    Strabismus is the name granted to deviation of one or both eyes. The word strabismus has a Greek origin and means to squint, although squinting is not often observed with this condition. You have already likely seen strabismus in a few animals besides Belarus. For instance, pugs have a normal divergent strabismus (both eyes pointed a little outward), and siamese cats have a normal convergent strabismus (both eyes pointed a little inward). In order to understand what causes strabismus, it helps to have a little understanding about how the eyes move. Most mammals have very similar muscles used for eye movements (see 2nd pic). There are four “rectus” muscles attached to the eyes, with one each on the top, bottom, medial, and lateral sides of the eye. When these muscles contract, they pull the eye towards that particular direction. There are two additional muscles that rotate the eye, and a large muscle behind the eye that pulls the eye backward into the orbit (we humans don’t have this last muscle!). There are nerves that arise from our brains that go to each of these muscles and direct them to move the eyes.

    With this basic anatomy, it becomes possible to understand some common causes of strabismus. Congenital (present at birth) strabismus can occur from abnormal positioning of the eye muscles, which in turn causes abnormal tensions on the eye and displacement of the gaze. This could be the cause of Belarus’s strabismus since we was adopted with this condition already present. There can be damage to the nerves that lead to the muscles, too. (See part 2 of the write up in the comments)

    16,063 193 20 May, 2019
    Cinco de Mayo has me all kinds of excited!! Check out this enthusiasm

    Cinco de Mayo has me all kinds of excited!! Check out this enthusiasm

    13,217 249 5 May, 2019
    Friday feels. My human is working from home today so this will be my pose in the background of all of her video conference calls 😹

    Friday feels. My human is working from home today so this will be my pose in the background of all of her video conference calls 😹

    7,352 132 28 June, 2019
    What are your thoughts? Do you like my new @tekkaartdesign name tag as much as I do?

    What are your thoughts? Do you like my new @tekkaartdesign name tag as much as I do?

    10,780 236 8 June, 2019
    It’s Caturday! Ready for my close up!

    It’s Caturday! Ready for my close up!

    10,605 349 1 June, 2019
    Punjabi Comebacks we said Growing Up 😂😂😂 #KATTI Also New Video Is Up Featuring Kaku Singh! Link in Bio ☝🏼☝🏼😍 #PunjabiMemes

    Punjabi Comebacks we said Growing Up 😂😂😂 #KATTI Also New Video Is Up Featuring Kaku Singh! Link in Bio ☝🏼☝🏼😍 #PunjabiMemes

    28,862 676 26 July, 2018