Remember the pain of losing your first pet? While most of us cried buckets of tears like John Grogan’s family in the heartwarming film Marley and Me, some people like this 6-year-old kid knows a thing or two about letting go.
When Belker, a 10-year-old Irish Wolfhound, was diagnosed with cancer, its veterinarian told its owners that it had to be put down since there’s nothing much they can do for the poor dog. Its owner, 6-year-old Shane, was allowed by his parents Ron and Lisa to witness the heartbreaking procedure thinking that he could learn something from the experience.
Of course, everyone would expect that there would be lots of sobbing in situations like this.
Surprisingly, the little boy didn’t shed a tear after Belker’s peaceful death. While the veterinarian and Shane’s parents were discussing the sad fact that dogs have shorter lives than human, the little boy gave an explanation that’s totally real and tearjerking.
Read on to find out Shane’s unbelievable response:
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A 5 Year Old Street Kid Goes to McDonald’s for the First Time. Seconds Later? I’m In Tears.
This video will remind you how lucky you are.
This heartbreaking video of a 5 year old child who enters a McDonald's for the first time, will surely reminds you how lucky you are.
Varun Pruthi, an actor from India, is widely known for his controversial and thought provoking videos. He also conducted several social experiments with the intent to make our society a much better place.
In his latest video posted on Youtube, Varun invited a 5-year-old street kid, who sells pens outside a McDonald outlet, to come with him inside.
This Boy Documented His Battle Against Cancer. The Result Will Bring You To Tears!
What an incredible journey.
One of the life’s greatest challenges that any person would not wish to encounter is fighting cancer. Michael Friedman was only sixteen years old when he found out that he had cancer. Such news was obviously the most horrifying moment in his entire life. Remarkably, his spirit to fight cancer remained strong. Though he could no longer live a normal life due to complications, he still managed to cheer up through the inspiration of his family and friends. Amazingly, after seven months and 14 rounds of chemotherapy, Michael celebrated his victory against cancer with his friends and family who never left him during his darkest moment.
Have a look at Michael’s inspiring and extraordinary journey. He kept photos as memories for the entire duration of his battle against cancer to serve as an inspiration to others.
Here is Michael when he got his first chemotherapy.
Mom Served A Burnt Toast For Dinner But Dad’s Reaction Is Incredibly Touching
A very good lesson about life…. A must read for everyone.
I've read about this story a long time ago. I can't remember when and where. I'm not even sure whether the story is true or not, but it serves a meaningful purpose. This simple story is a true definition of parents setting a great example for their kids. They teach their kids how to be great adults by showing them how to be one. The lesson is pretty simple yet very important. We should learn to take the good, the bad, and the ugly parts of our lives and see the positive side of things.
I wish every couple would get a chance to read this incredibly touching story.
When I was about eight or nine, my mom liked to cook food and every now and then I remember she used to cook for us.
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