- Lundy the Chihuaha was born with mobility problems linked to spinal damage.
- Hernan the pigeon is one of the rescue group’s oldest residents.
- The foundation plans to make Lundy move himself by putting him on a wheelchair.
Lundy, a two-month-old Chihuahua puppy. has mobility problems. This has made walking impossible for him. He was taken to The Mia Foundation, a New York-based animal rescue by a North Carolina breeder who noticed his condition. His mobility problem is linked to a spinal damage.
It is indeed an unfortunate situation but luckily, his disability led to a friendship with Herman, a pigeon who can’t fly and who is also one of the rescue group’s oldest residents.
Here’s Lundy and Herman cuddling and showing how inseparable they are.
Sue Rogers, founder of The Mia Foundation, said:
“I set Herman on a dog bed and started caring for Lundy, and I decided to carefully put Lundy in the same dog bed next to him. They started interacting immediately in a very cute way.”
Rogers’ goal is to fix the dog’s mobility issue by putting him in a wheelchair. They are also hoping to find an adoptive family for him.
“Lundy weighs only one pound now, so we will have to wait for the chair,” Rogers said.
Rogers’ specialty is helping animals born with defects. Without her intervention, many pets would have been likely euthanized.
Another touching story, just like Lundy and Herman’s, is about the cheetah Nandi and support dog Bowie who are living at Turtle Back Zoo in West Orange, New Jersey.
Bowie helped the shy cheetah cope with the anxiety of her hectic environment. The two has become best friends ever since.
“Bowie has a very important job here, which is to be, kind of, her confidence builder,” said Charlotte Trapman-O’Brien to CBS.
“So cheetahs are naturally skittish by nature, so one of the things that allows us to bring her out and do educational presentations like this is having Bowie by her side.”
Bowie has a gift of sensing distress since he was trained just like a therapy dog. Trainer Samantha Wegman revealed that they need Bowie to be calm because of his job with Nandi. They trained him to be so by exposing him to different environments – letting him ride cars and hear honking cars, for instance.
After Seeing Heartbreaking Video of Bullied Boy, Comedian Raises Over $150,000 To Send Him to Disneyland
Comedian Brad Williams set up a GoFundMe campaign not only to send 9-year-old Quaden Bayles to Disneyland but also to raise awareness against bullying.
- After seeing the heartbreaking video of bullied 9-year-old boy Quaden Bayles, comedian Brad Williams, who also has dwarfism, raised $150,000 to send the kid and his family to Disneyland.
- Yarraka Bayles, Quaden's mom, posted a heartbreaking video of her bullied son crying and asking her to "give me a rope, I want to kill myself"
- Williams fundraising efforts was made to let the people know that bullying will not be tolerated.
Loving Bro Creates a Stunning Gown for His Sister’s JS Prom
It was a Do It Yourself (DIY) and Youtube browsing helped Maverick Francisco Oyao’s finish an ala-Michael Cinco inspired Spring and Summer Collection.
- When the school announced the date of his sister's JS prom, Maverick Francisco Oyao worried about his parents cannot afford on buying or renting his sister a ball gown.
- Upon his sister insistence, he decided to make her a ball gown from scratch.
- Oyao first doubted himself if he can create and finish the gown on time, but thanks to his mother, google, and youtube, her sister flaunted the gown beautifully and elegantly.
- When he shared this story, netizens can't get over it and shared his good deed
Man Who Drove School Bus for 55 Years To Be Buried in Custom Bus Casket
He actually saw the casket while he was still alive.
- Beloved bus driver Glen Davis was able to see the casket while he was still alive and loved it so much.
- It was a gift from the local funeral owner.
- He retired in 2005 and was able to drive the grandchildren of the students he once drove.
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