A dog walker has just turned into one guy’s unexpected hero. The man had just been laid off from his job and needed to cancel his dog’s appointments with the walker. However, he was blown away by an unexpected act of kindness that has inspired hundreds of people.
Zach Ehren and his wife Mallika Mathai always believed they were lucky when they found a dog walker for their dog Calli. The pit bull mix certainly enjoyed her regular sessions with Jon Miller, who owns Miller’s Menagerie in San Francisco. Unfortunately, Ehren had a stroke of bad luck when he lost his job. Since he was unsure abut getting a new job right away, he immediately called to cancel Calli’s appointments.
Ehren shared the awesome message from Miller where the dog walker offered to walk Calli for free until Ehren found a job.
Calli has grown close to Miller and will be delighted to know they can still go on their regular walks.
Miller clearly enjoys Calli’s company and is willing to walk the pooch for free until her owner is back on his feet.
There is little doubt that Ehren and Mathai appreciated the gesture. However, it is Calli who is truly with Miller’s offer since she will still get to see her favorite dog walker.
“Calli definitely gets more excited to see Jon than she does to see Mallika and I,” Ehren said.
Ehren and Mathai adopted Calli four years ago and have taken good care of the former rescue dog.
Ehren’s Reddit post certainly inspired people to support Miller and his business. The dog walker revealed that people have been sending donations to Miller’s Menagerie through Venmo. However, Miller confessed that he has sent the money to Family Dog Rescue.
After all, Ehren and Mathai had adopted Calli through the shelter. Miller believes the donations will help other dogs find a loving home as well.
Miller is making sure dogs like Calli will get the best life possible.
Miller is certainly going beyond helping Ehren and his family. In addition to passing on the donations he has received, he will also matching up the money sent to the shelter. Interestingly, Miller stays humble amidst all the praise.
“This has all been a great experience, it’s been really cool,” he said.
Dad Goes Viral For Angry Rant About People Who Judge Parents of Autistic Children
“Just some advice for those with no experience of autism,“ he wrote.
As if having an autistic child is not hard enough, the sad reality that parents have to face every single day is that there will always be people who will try to judge them. It’s a sad, disturbing behavior that definitely needs to go away and fortunately, one man took a stand and openly expressed his disgust about it.
British dad Adam Poole shared a photo on social media, showing a mother cradling her child in public. He also wrote a few words, slamming harsh people who are clearly out of the line. Eventually, the short yet inspiring post went viral, gaining thousands of likes and shares from netizens everywhere.
Adam Poole has “some advice” for those who criticize parents of autistic children.
Suffering From Autoimmune Disease? Drinking Baking Soda Can Help You, Study Says
Baking soda shows promise in fighting autoimmune diseases.
Have you been diagnosed with an autoimmune disease? It's a condition wherein the immune system mistakenly attacks the healthy cells in your body. A new study shows that drinking baking soda can help combat the disease.
There are many types of autoimmune diseases. These include type 1 diabetes, lupus, rheumatoid arthritis, psoriasis, Hashimoto's thyroiditis, myasthenia gravis, multiple sclerosis, and vitiligo, among others. If you have any of these diseases, there's good news for you.
Baking soda could be a cheap alternative in treating autoimmune diseases.
College Graduate With Latin Honors Wears Toga Made Of Bus Tickets
He survived four years in college commuting 5 hours a day by bus!
Who says college is easy? The sleepless nights and endless anxieties during backbreaking exams are incomparable but to graduate with flying colors is indeed a dream come true.
Most college students only want to graduate even with no awards or recognition and no Latin honors -- it's fine as long as they reach the finish line.
Graduating from college with Latin honors is a plus and this Filipino guy took his graduation to the next level.