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They Were About To Lose Their 11-Year-Old Pit Bull; So They Gave It A Vacation Of A Lifetime

What a touching story.

Mini Malabanan





If there are creatures who give humans unconditional love, it would have to be dogs. Case in point: Japan’s well-loved dog Hachiko. The Akita dog proved to everyone that dogs are capable of real and unconditional love when the loyal dog waited for its master for 9 years.

As dog owners, do we ever give our furry pets the unconditional love they deserve? How much time and effort are you willing to give your dog?

Remember the story of a girl who took her beloved dog on an epic adventure? This is a similar story. When photographer Zhenia Bulawka and her boyfriend Christian learned that their 11-year-old American Staffordshire Terrier’s life is about to end pretty soon, they thought of giving it a special gift.

Battling mast cell cancer for two years, Mr. Dukes along with his friends Violet and Ruby was granted a vacation of a lifetime. Although Dukes passed away a month after their trip, Bulawka said  she was grateful that it happened.

“Dukes was my best friend. He was also my muse, as his passion for life served as a constant source of inspiration to me. I could never tire of photographing him. Since his passing, I’ve been told numerous times “how lucky Dukes was to have me.” But in fact, it was me who was so lucky to have him. He was the smartest, funniest, most loyal, incredibly strong, yet equally sensitive dog—all wrapped into one perfect pittie package. He changed my life and I will miss him forever.”

Here are some of the photos of the memorable trip they shared with Reshareworthy:

The couple drove to Assateague in Maryland for an overnight stay at the beach with their three dogs.


Photo credit: Zhenia Bulawka
Ruby was the first one to jump into the ocean. But she soon headed back to the shore after hearing the crashing of the wave.


Photo credit: Zhenia Bulawka
“Here’s Christian sharing his yummy roast beef sandwich with Dukes—onions removed of course.”


Photo credit: Zhenia Bulawka
The author and her dog witnessing the magical sunset from their hotel balcony.


Photo credit: Zhenia Bulawka

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Hardworking Truck Driver Never Had A Sick Day In 50 Years Of Working For The Same Company. WOW!

For 50 years, he hasn’t had a single sick day.

Jessa Ventures



When we talk about work, it's quite easy for some people to complain about how little salary they get, how annoying their boss and colleagues are or how tiring it is to work. While others don't give their job any value or credit, there are still those grateful enough to work and provide for their families, doing what they love and staying loyal to the company they are in just like the hardworking Ron Kline.

Ron stayed in the same company  for 50 long years and has not had a single sick day. Despite the repetitive routine, he has remained faithful to both his work and the company he works for.

Ron Kline was hired in January 1965 as a clean-up person at the company's manufacturing facility. For 18 years he inspected sanitary products after they came out of the kiln. It was about 32 years ago when he started driving the truck and has been doing it since.

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Dying Wife Spent Final Months Helping Husband Find New Love.

She spent her final months trying to find her husband a new love…

Joy Adalia



When 39-year-old Clare Mauremootoo found out she had motor neuron disease, she realized her time on Earth will soon be over but her kids would need a mother figure when she's gone.

At the time, her children with husband John were still very young. Jack was 10 while Ben was just 7.

Knowing the kids and her husband would have a hard time coping after she is gone, Clare quickly arranged dates for John, even while she was lying on her deathbed.

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Love Is NEVER Blind and This Man Will Do Whatever It Takes To Keep His Wife!

PS: Make sure you grab a load of tissue before watching this.

Bernadette Carillo



A good marriage would be between a blind wife and a deaf husband - Michel de Montaigne. Although this may be taken literally, the thin line between the meaning and the words is the most powerful message. Anybody can love anybody. But not everybody can fully COMMIT themselves to a relationship.

This awfully beautiful short film made by Jubilee Project in partnership with Pastor Francis Chan reaffirms that sacrifice, respect, and time are the key elements to maintain the flame of a lasting marriage. Not only did Louie, the husband, lived the saying “Happy Life, Happy Wife”, but also did he remained silent and selfless to allow Cecilia, his wife, continue loving him in the simplest way she possibly knew. As for Cecilia, despite the proximity of losing her eyesight completely, she adapted to reality and continued to strive on being a devoted wife. She used her condition in strengthening her passion of building a stronger bond with Louie.

Make sure your tissues are ready.

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