Comfort Dogs Are Flown Into Orlando to Help Survivors Cope – MyModernMet
Feed Your Brain With These Fascinating Facts – Caveman Circus
10 Astonishing Facts That Forever Changed Medicine – Linkiest
Dog Loves To Watch His Owner Eat, But What He Does When Caught Will Crack You Up – Rant Pets
Mandi – rescue of a homeless Pitbull living in an abandoned yard – Husky Lovers
A Starving Pit Bull Pulls Through to Find a Loving Family – Dogster
Rumor: Trump Is Running Just to Start His Own Cable Channel – Newser
If You Recently Bought Ramen Noodles, Get Rid Of Them ASAP! Here’s Why – Quirly Cues
Guy Shares His 85-Year-Old Granny’s Polite Google Search And It Goes Viral – Bored Panda
A selfless Indian man adopted 22 HIV-positive children after their parents abandoned them – Rare
Jasmin Walia Bikini Photos in Ibiza – G-Celeb
Top 10 Reasons Dogs Are Mans Best Friend – Radass
The Secret to Happiness Is 10 Specific Behaviors – Medium
This Tattoo Artist Lost His Arm, But He Received A Gift Recently And It’s Already Changing His Life For The Better – Slip Talk
Bobby Brown’s First Drug Experience Was Cocaine Fried Chicken – The Blemish
45 Mysteriously Hot Pics of Ekaterina Zueva – Regretful Morning
How To Build A Computer For Under $30 (Raspberry Pi) – Classy Bro
25 Incredibly Awkward Dad Family Photos – World Wide Interweb
Steven Spielberg Makes Fans a Promise for ‘Indiana Jones 5’ – Double Viking
Before Princess the cat became paralyzed, she gave birth to a litter of five kittens in a yard where she had been getting food from. The kittens are her everything.
But her world turned upside down, when she entered another yard where she was faced with brutality, and it left her paralyzed.
Her determination to care for her babies kept her alive, and she dragged herself back to the place where she left her babies.
1. Her eyes were like two brown circles with big black dots in the center.
2. He was as tall as a 6’3? tree
3. Her face was a perfect oval, like a circle that had its two sides gently compressed by a Thigh Master.
4. From the attic came an unearthly howl. The whole scene had an eerie, surreal quality, like when you’re on vacation in another city and Jeopardy comes on at 7:00 p.m. instead of 7:30.
5. John and Mary had never met. They were like two hummingbirds who had also never met.
6. She had a deep, throaty, genuine laugh, like that sound a dog makes just before it throws up.
7. The ballerina rose gracefully en pointe and extended one slender leg behind her, like a dog at a fire hydrant.
8. He was as lame as a duck. Not the metaphorical lame duck, either, but a real duck that was actually lame. Maybe from stepping on a land mine or something.
9. Her vocabulary was as bad as, like, whatever.
10. She grew on him like she was a colony of E. coli and he was room-temperature Canadian beef.
The pit bull is so scared of the cat he tiptoes around it – Husky Lovers
A Few Answers To Questions You Always Wondered About – Caveman Circus
22 Dad Jokes That Are So Bad You Can’t Help But Laugh – Linkiest
10 Things to Remember When You’ve Lost Your Motivation – Marc And Angel
5 Stages of Grieving Every Dog Goes Through Before the Vet – Rant Pets
Wrapped in Love Volunteers Sew, Knit, and Crochet for Homeless Pets – Dogster
The amount of money the average NBA player spends in a month is jaw-dropping – Rare
Who Were The 49 Orlando Mass Shooting Victims – Quirly Cues
Girls’ Court Room Adoption Is A Royal Surprise – Radass
Jennifer Aniston’s Pregnant Bikini Photos in the Bahamas – G-Celeb
Rescued Pig Is So Excited To Have Her Very Own Puppy – The Dodo
Nature always finds a way to survive, Never give up! (28 Photos) – Bad Sentinel
This Guy Took An Old Cargo Van And Turned It Into Something I’ve Dreamed Of Having For Years – Slip Talk
Ten Odd Celebrity Cameos in Movies – Gunaxin
25 Photos That Are Funny Because They’re True – World Wide Interweb
17 Dogs Who Got Hilariously Trapped in the Couch – Pleated Jeans
A homeless man named Steve has established that one good deed can start an incredible chain reaction. When he lost his home in 2001, Steve found companionship in an unlikely place. As he wandered the streets of California, the displaced man encountered many stray dogs. Instantly, he decided to take care of them all because he understood exactly what they were going through. Along the way, he’s nurtured over 150 strays, even though he’s had nothing left to give.
When a friend in Indiana offered to help Steve during this difficult time in his life, the loving man couldn’t resist the opportunity. The only problem was that he’d have to travel halfway across the country with his dogs, but without a car to help him carry this load. Rather than leaving his furry companions behind, Steve attached a wagon to his bike. With only $6 to his name and 11 dogs under his care, he set off on this 2,000 mile journey.
As he began to bike across the country with his 11 friends in tow, people took notice and wanted to do whatever they could to help. It all started with Alicia Edrington, who spotted Steve pedaling through West Memphis, Arkansas. She told her mother Mickey about his journey and, in turn, the mom was inspired to reach out to her friends. Within a few hours, hundreds of people were volunteering to help Steve.
Since a storm was coming, they immediately set this animal-filled family up in a hotel room. Many contributed leashes and collars, while the West Memphis Animal Shelter donated 100 lbs. of dog food. Fellow animal lover Kelley Seaton even offered to drive the group to Indianapolis. When they arrived, something even more wonderful happened: they received a home. One of the many kind people who’d been following this story ended up donating their trailer to Steve.
Now, the lucky canines have received proper veterinary care and a GoFundMe page has been set up to support them. So many positive changes have occurred in Steve’s life and it all started with his kindhearted, animal-loving spirit.
Deaf Shelter Dog Whose Best Friend Got Adopted First Is So Loved Now – The Dodo
A Damn Fine Collection Of Fascinating Photos And Videos – Caveman Circus
24 Kids Who Have Hilarious Life Goals – Linkiest
10 Amazing ‘Dad’ Hacks They Can Use When Taking Care Of The Kids – Quirly Cues
Hilarious Ways You Know You’re Obsessed With Your Dog – Rant Pets
The Eternal Question: Why Does My Dog Stare at Me? – Dogster
21 Tiny Moments Of Pure Joy You Can Only Experience In A Happy, Healthy Relationship – Thought Catalog
Two excited wolfdogs welcome their mommy in the most amazing way – Husky Lovers
Katrina Bowden Squattin’ for You Mofos – G-Celeb
30 Behaviors That Will Make You Unstoppable – Medium
Daughter Finds Videos Dad Left For Her After He Passes Away – Radass
Tom Cruise’s Droopy Face Scares Him – The Blemish
Her remarkable cover of “Somewhere Over the Rainbow” will send your heart soaring above the clouds – Rare
These Are 5 Areas Around The World That Are Blacked Out On Google Maps. What’s Going On There!? – Slip Talk
Former Ticketmaster CEO explains why you can’t buy tickets – The Ringer
16 Graduation Fails for a Brighter Future – Regretful Morning
That moment you realize you’re winning at life (30 Photos) – Bad Sentinel
Wanna Go For A Ride, Gramps? – Tosh
20 Times Google Search Totally Nailed It – World Wide Interweb
When Richard East from Tasmania quit his job and sold his house two years ago to travel all over Australia, he made sure to bring only the basic necessities – including, of course, his cat.
In 2014, East grew tired of corporate work after slaving away for ten years, so he resigned and started living in a campervan.
Since then, he and his feline travel buddy Willow have been to places like the Great Barrier Reef, the Big Banana, and the Whitsunday Islands.
According to East, he got Willow from his ex-girlfriend, who adopted the cat from the Hobart Cat Centre.
Nowadays, he and his beloved pet live the simple life on the road. Willow takes naps during long drives, and when they arrive at a new destination, they go on walks (with the kitty on a leash, of course). At times, they even meet other travelers and their cats!
“Every night there are hundreds of little cats tucked into bed in camper vans across Australia,” East toldBuzzFeed. “People are often surprised that a cat can be a travel companion but they are probably easier to travel with than dogs as they don’t require as much attention.”