Members of the Hoya genus (also known as waxflowers) are commonly epiphytic on trees in tropical regions in mid to southwestern Asia. They are often pollinated by moths due to some variations lacking color and possessing a strong sweet fragrance. Hoya may also be pollinated by ants or flies; multiple pollinators interact with this genus due to the substantial quantity of nectar each flower tends to produce.
We have a couple of these in my house and my friends usually doubt they’re real because of their texture. \u.u/
I love it when cats have this reaction to things, it’s just like, “HUMAN, EXPLAIN THIS BULLSHIT.”
“The Tooth Fairy snatching away a molar”
we went upstate and my dog was being a butt and trying to swipe at fish in the lake and she fell in and when we dried her off she was still shivering so i put a sweater on her