Dogs, they say, are man’s best friends. They can be the only friend we would ever need in our lifetime because they are loyal, caring, and truly exceptional. Even as puppies, they have developed this “human-like” attitude of being protective of the ones they dear.
Take this video for example. A puppy was tasked to look after the owner’s baby. The pup is quite sleepy, and with the good deep sleep that the baby is having, it can’t help but squint its eyes and doze off too. But being the natural protector that it is, the puppy tried shifting positions just to stay awake. Finally, the puppy decided to lounge atop the baby to make sure that the baby stays protected in case it falls asleep.
This is adorable in many different ways, and we can’t help but gush over how dogs understand the concept of unconditional love, care and security.
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Loving Mother Took Photos of Her ‘Handicapped’ Daughter To Create a Whimsical Fairy Tale.
She is one of the most beautiful girls that I have ever seen.
Holly Spring is a talented photographer from New Zealand who is famous for her whimsical artworks. Her four-year-old daughter, Violet, is the subject of most of her ethereal works.
Violet was born without her left hand and was diagnosed to have Hirschsprung's disease. Hirschsprung's disease is a congenital condition that is caused by poor muscle movement in the intestines, and results in the blockage of a part of the bowel. When she was two and a half years old, Violet had to undergo a surgery that almost cost her life.
"That was the moment I thought we were going to lose her," states Holly. "From that point on I was like 'I have to get these memories of her, I have to capture everything I can of her'."...
His Suit Made Him Feel A Bit Uneasy. Look What This Weatherman Did On Live TV!
He hadn’t realized sooner that he still has that thing on!
Have you ever had an experience wherein you're in a public place and it was already too late when you realized that there's still a price tag hanging on your dress? Or that you're shirt is inside out? Its embarrassing to experience these booboos in public- you could only hope that no one else has seen you. But what if it happens on national TV where millions of viewers can actually see it all at the same time? What will you do? How would you react?
Steve Frazier, a meteorologist at Fox 9 News was clearly a bit uneasy while talking to the anchors just before his segment. He was giving them a brief about the weather, telling them about the "chill not being complete gone." Then strangely, he reached one arm out to the back of his neck and then another, as he started apologizing for the gesture. The male anchor, having noticed Steve's action, was quick to improvise a line to control the situation. He said,
"...and the chill has got a kink in your neck, huh?"...
What This Man Did For His Paraplegic ‘Best friend’ Will Surely Touch Your Heart
Craig’s life practically revolves around Loois, after an accident during surgery left the dog half-paralyzed.
"He would put his life before mine... his own life, that's got my vote as my best friend. That's what he means to me. You know I will put my life before his... that's the way it is."
In 2004, Craig Mosher's pit bull named Loois needed to have a spine surgery in order to remove an extra vertebra that causes him pain. During the procedure, the vertebra broke and the surgeon accidentally touched Loois' spinal cord. This consequently left the dog paraplegic. Since then, he has been devoting his life to the poor dog so it could continue living its life to the fullest.
"Loois keeps me in a routine", he says....