Oskar Schindler being greeted by 300 holocaust survivors in Jerusalem, on May 1, 1962
Marilyn Monroe tries to go shopping while fans and media watch, 1957
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Cats That Are Helping Humans Read – Leenks
A Damn Fine Collection Of Fascinating Photos And Videos – Caveman Circus
21 Signs That Only Exist Because Humanity Is Devolving – Linkiest
Tough Questions Job Candidates Were Asked – Leenks
9 Questions to Answer When Choosing a Dog for Your Family – Dogster
They left their Husky alone for 3 hours. When they get back home OH MY LORD – Husky Lovers
Here’s What It Looks Like When Your Amazing Dog Gives You A Helping Hand – Rant Pets
Here Are 60 Shocking Facts That You Had No Idea About. These Are Fascinating – Slip Talk
When these surfers heard a baby whale cry out for help, they didn’t hesitate – Rare
Little Boy With Aspergers Writes Heart-Wrenching Poem For His Class – Quirly Cues
15 Reasons Why You Should Love Red Pandas (Must See) – Bro My God
28 Funny Test Answers From Smart Alec Kids – Radass
NWA Reunited at Coachella With Dr. Dre – The Blemish
The #1 food that SOLVES 84.3% of E.D. cases (simple & sexy) – ED Conquerer
Jessica Alba’s Bikini Photos in Hawaii – G-Celeb
8 Ways Successful People Beat Procrastination – Entrepreneur
36 Pics of Abbie Cornish to Motivate Your Monday – Regretful Morning
6 Upcoming Tech Breakthroughs That Will Help You Live Longer – Thrillist
Here’s What Guys Are Pinning On Pinterest (35 Photos) – Suburban Men
Meet Bubba. He is a sweet Pitbull, that had been waiting to take care of a kitten. Rebecca Pizzello rescued Bubba from a shelter in Phoenix, Arizona, six years ago, when he was just 3 months old. At the same time, her roommate rescued kittens. “Since then, Bubba has had an endless affection for cats,” Pizzello told The Dodo.
“Like, literally obsessed. I always knew he’d love having one of his own, but I wanted to wait until we moved to New York City [from Los Angeles] this year.” After weeks, she got a call from a shelter, and adopted a kitten. “Rue stood out like no other and I took her home as fast as I could,” Pizzello said. “The fact that Bubba and Rue have identical coloring still blows my mind … I knew Bubba would be filled with joy the second we walked in the door and boy was I right.”
Bubba was immediately gentle with the baby. “Rue thinks Bubba is her mom and Bubba loves it,” she said. “He bathes her like a baby and snuggles close to her to make her comfortable.”
They’ve even got their own Instagram account, “Bubba Loves Rue.”
Here are some favorites:
Since before her human baby companion was even born, Panda the cat has been working to keep him safe. “Once I got pregnant she started following me around the house, tucking her head on my belly, purring. She loved him and kept him safe for 9 months inside, now she does the same on the outside! Unconditional love!” Liel Ainmar Assayag, Panda’s human, told Love Meow. “Now, 3 months later, she jumps on the bed near him, smells him, sits next to him. You can clearly see she loves him from the beginning!”
Though the 2.5-year-old feline now adores her household’s new addition, she was a bit confused when he first arrived. Panda soon took a moment to smell the baby boy, realized he was her friend, and has been staying close by him ever since. Assayag made sure to add, “The cats are not allowed in the baby’s bed when the baby is in the crib, but every time I put the baby in the crib I can see lots of cat fur all over the bed—they were guarding the bed for him. They call me at night when the baby is crying, laying down beside him to keep him safe…”
We have a feeling that Panda will end up being a great babysitter.
61-year-old Jung Myoung Sook from South Korea has been saving dogs for the last 26 years. In all, Sook has saved over 200 dogs, picking up stray pups from the streets and even buying others from dog meat farms and restaurants.
Jung’s incredible kindness is considered strange in South Korea, where dogs aren’t popular as pets. She’s had to move house seven times after neighbours complained about the noise of her one-woman dog sanctuary.
Most of the dogs live with Jung full time and she says she spends nearly $1,500 a month on their care, relying largely on donations of dog food and money to get by.
Jung said, “Some people talk about me, saying, ‘Why is that beggar-like middle-aged woman smiling all the time?’, but I just focus on feeding my babies. I’m happy and healthy.”
10 Clips Guaranteed To Make You Feel Better About Life – Caveman Circus
The ten most dangerous places in the world – Leenks
Inside This Mountain Is A Secret Place That Might Save The Human Race. They Finally Let A Photographer Inside For The First Time – Slip Talk
These 31 Insane Photos Capture American Life Perfectly – Linkiest
6 Insanely Popular Ways to Waste a Life – Marc And Angel
5 Tips for Stopping Doggie Chaos at Mealtimes – Dogster
Seven easy add-ins to take your mac and cheese game to the next level – Rare
The reason why this cute abandoned dog can’t stop smiling? Well he found a new loving home – Husky Lovers
Bride Shaves Her Head At Her Wedding. The Reason? I Can’t Hold Back The Tears! – Quirly Cues
Watch As Cats Talk To Each Other In This Hilarious Exchange Of Words – Rant Pets
Toddler Reacts to First Summer Rain with Daddy and it’s Adorable – Radass
Las Vegas Battle: Megan Fox vs Amy Adams – G-Celeb
Gorgeous Dog Has Been Waiting In A Cage For Way Too Much Of His Life – The Dodo
Two high stakes poker players had an MMA brawl with $100,000+ on the line and damn, was it brutal – Rare
Ariel Winter Shows the Best Way to Wear a Vest – The Blemish
40 Perfect Pics of Paris Dylan – Regretful Morning
Rise & Shine (25 Photos) – Suburban Men
3 Newborn Goats Get Tiny Hand-Knit Sweaters To Stay Warm – Bored Panda
Every kid has a hero, and for one little girl in Bloomington, Indiana, that person is her local garbage collector, Delvar Dopson.
Every Thursday morning, Brooklyn waits for Dopson to drive by their house so she can wave to him. And recently, on her birthday, their wave exchange blossomed into something truly special.
“Thursdays are by far her favorite day… garbage day,” Brooklyn’s mom Traci Andracke writes on Facebook. “For about a year now, she has anxiously awaited the garbage truck’s arrival at our house. It started with waving from the window, then we had to try and be outside to wave, and when we missed the truck driving by the house, I’d drive around the neighborhood to find the garbage truck and wave… on our way out the door in the mornings. Every… Thursday, my heart is full when I see the joy that our amazing garbage man brings Brooklyn when he honks and waves at her with a BIG smile.”