Flower Tucci tattooed on head of dog sparks outrage at animal rights activists
In this image, a flower tattoo is seen on the forehead of a dog named Tull.
The tattoo was taken by a member of a group called the Yellow Flower Tustin.
Tull was recently diagnosed with a rare genetic disorder that causes him to lose his facial hair, which can lead to hair loss.
Tulla and her boyfriend, Joe, were on their way to visit friends in California when they were approached by an unknown woman who offered to take a picture of their dog’s head.
The woman said she had to take it off for a picture because she could not afford the $30 price tag.
The photo, which is posted on Instagram, has since been shared more than 7,000 times and gained more than 17,000 likes.
Tua, a 25-year-old graphic designer from the Toronto area, is part of the Blue Flower Tusters, a group of women who use their art to raise awareness for animal rights.
Tilla was born with a facial disorder that leaves her with facial hair and a limp, but she has been working on her face since she was 12.
Tiona has also been diagnosed with Crohn’s disease, a common gastrointestinal illness that affects millions of people worldwide.
She also suffers from severe depression and anxiety, which lead her to take part in activism.
The Yellow Flower group, which also includes her girlfriend, has been a supporter of animal rights activism for years.
The group has a Facebook page and Twitter account, but has not been active in recent years.
When contacted by CBC News, Tulla said she was surprised to learn about the group and that she was not aware of its existence.
“I thought it was kind of weird,” Tulla told CBC News.
They just want to make the world a better place.” “
The people I meet are really good people and they’re so passionate about it and they really appreciate what they do.
They just want to make the world a better place.”
Tulla has been featured in several publications, including the New York Times and the Toronto Star, as well as several magazines, including The Hairpin and Women’s Wear Daily.
“It’s really inspiring to me because I have a pretty strong sense of ethics,” she said.
“And it’s really important to me that people see that these people care about animals and want to do something about it.”