Dogs are nicknamed “man’s bestfriend” for very valid reasons. They’re loyal, loving, and extremely adorable. They’re awesome that way!
Recently, we’ve learned about a group of men who love dogs as much as the rest of us – it’s our friendly UPS drivers! A report even tells us that apparently, these guys even have a dedicated Facebook group focused on featuring the dogs they meet whenever they deliver packages to the customers.
Needless to say, each photo has a heartwarming story and we couldn’t help but feel good about it.
UPS Dogs is a Facebook group of dog-loving, US-based “big brown truck” drivers of the said company.
Sean McCarren started the group online 5 years ago and it’s still very active right now.
The drivers post photos of their clients’ dogs, most of which they’ve already known and became friends with for years.
In a Buzzfeed News interview, McCarren said:
“It’s a good example of the relationships our employees build with their customers, two- or four-legged.”
Check out the heartwarming photos and their stories below:
Who gets the first cookie???
Nikita and the special delivery.
“Blind as a bat”
Not one but two German Shepherds.
Totally worth a 10 minute break!
New best friend.
What a cute bulldog!
Stella and Zeus
“I take my break when I see him”
Waiting for the treat.
Such adorable doggies!
Of course,even feline friends get some love from the UPS drivers.
As anyone can expect, positive comments from netizens kept coming!
Many even took the time to share their own UPS dogs stories:
Kudos to these awesome UPS guys for their love and care for animals.
You guys are definitely heroes in our book!
In case you’re interested, you can follow UPS Dogs over at Facebook for more awesome dog and driver photos and stories.
This Creepy Halloween Booze Has Been Cursed By A Real Witch
The creepiest Halloween drink is out, but be careful as the booze carries a horrifying story with it!
The Halloween is just around the corner and all sorts of creepy gimmicks are starting to come out. From donning a realistic zombie costume to decorating a house like something sinister is about to happen, people are putting a lot of efforts to feel the spirit of Halloween.
But how about swaying away from the usual pumpkin cookies and red gelos that mirror a bloody drink for the Halloween treats? How about trying the new booze that’s sure to give you the chills and horror of being mystified by a supernatural being.
The creepiest Halloween drink might be exceptionally delicious but it has a dark secret behind its ingredients.
An alleged cursed gin is the new favorite of Halloween booze seekers. The drink is reportedly made using apples picked from Pluckley in Ashford, Kent which is dubbed by the Guinness World Records as England’s ‘most haunted village.’ It is also infused with mint and a dash of Devil’s Claw. The drink is named Evil Spirit Gin and people who tried it described it as “wickedly delicious.”...
D***g Chimpanzee Refuses Food Until She Recognize Her Former Caretaker’s Voice
I can’t help but cry, this video is touching.
The bond between humans and animals is unique in its own way. When a dying chimp refused to eat and drink, the caretakers tried so hard to feed her but to no avail.
Now, a footage emerged of the dying chimpanzee recognizing the voice of her former caretaker since 1972, Professor Jan van Hooff.
The chimpanzee named Mama was a former matriarch of the chimp colony at the Royal Burgers Zoo in Arnhem, Netherlands.
The sweet and sad video shows the friendship that has formed between the chimp and his old caretaker. They have known each other for 45 years. ...
Villagers Convinced Dragons Are Real After Discovering Mysterious 60-Foot Skeleton
In China, everything is possible. Even (and especially) giant flying reptile worms.
From time to time, the internet explodes with news of supposedly new “finds” involving strange beasts and other bizarre phenomena. Some of these unearthed discoveries include dual-headed animals, shapeless blobs, “aliens,” and strange creatures washed ashore from the deep.
In other cases, people are astounded when “evidence” of totally mythical beings suddenly make an appearance. Like the huge collection of bones Chinese villagers found in a field