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‘World’s Ugliest Dog’ Zsa Zsa Had A Tough Life Before Winning Coveted Award

She certainly didn’t let her past ruin her jolly winner’s smile!

Nobelle Borines





Dogs are truly a gift to mankind whether they are cute or adorably hideous. The winner of the World’s Ugliest Dog contest is proof that canines will always find a way into people’s hearts. Zsa Zsa, an English Bulldog, took home the coveted prize but her life was not always so easy.

Zsa Zsa was one of several pooches who vied for the title of World’s Ugliest Dog at the Sonoma-Marin Fair in Petaluma, California. The nine-year-old English Bulldog was an immediate favorite because of her long, droopy tongue. But behind her laid-back demeanor and tendency to drool, Zsa Zsa had a difficult life before her victory.

Zsa Zsa puts on her best face in celebration of her victory at the World’s Ugliest Dog competition.

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According to Zsa Zsa’s official profile for the competition, she spent most of her life being forced to produce puppies.

“She was a puppy mill dog for 5 years in Missouri, and instead of placing her in a loving home at her end of breeding, she was put in a dog auction.”

Zsa Zsa’s life was set for more pain until a miraculous rescue.

Luckily, Zsa Zsa was saved from a more difficult life in the hands of commercial breeders. This was when she met her new mommy Megan Brainard.

“Zsa Zsa was then purchased by Underdog Rescue. Her mother saw her beautiful picture on pet finder and HAD TO HAVE HER! She now lives out her retired life in Anoka, MN.”

The English bulldog has proven that anyone can rise against all odds.

Zsa Zsa and her owner brought home a whooping $1,500 prize money for being named World’s Ugliest Dog. Although it was clear that the lovable bulldog was the real winner, she had tough competition from other equally promising contestants.

The cool Rascal Deux doesn’t seem affected by his defeat.

The Chinese Crested/Dachshund mutt Himisaboo offered fierce competition.

Wild Thing, a two-year-old Pekingese, strikes an adorable pose for the judges.

In 2017, a Neopolitan Mastiff named Martha won the World’s Ugliest Dog competition in Petaluma. Aspiring contestants will have to wait again until next year to compete for the award.


Son Buys Same Car His Mom Sold 12 Years Ago To Support His Musical Career

What a supportive mom – and what a loving son!

Mark Andrew



Good parents are always willing to sacrifice anything for their children – even their own desires and their own comforts in life. Case in point, one mother decided to sell her car 12 years ago in order to help her son who’s been dreaming of becoming a musician.

It’s a testament to the great lengths that many parents go through to support their children’s goals in life and fortunately, we eventually see the story coming full circle.

63-year-old Lynette Rothero sold her Ford StreetKa back in 2004 to buy a van for her son.

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3 2018 World Cup Stories of Kindness That Will Restore Your Faith In Humanity

Believe it or not, competitiveness is not the only behavior you can observe in events like the FIFA World Cup.




Kindness comes in different forms in the most unexpected places. While events like the FIFA World Cup bring out the competitiveness of people, it also brings out the best in them.

Proof of this comes in the form of viral photos and videos posted on social media. This year’s episode of the international football tournament held in the city of Sochi in Russia became an avenue for inspiring tales of kindness that will leave you speechless.

1. Japan’s Creed of Respect

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The Secret 90/10 Principle

Your daughter knocks over a cup of coffee onto your business shirt. Your day has started terrible.

Sara Martinez



Consider a situation: You're eating breakfast with your family. Your daughter knocks over a cup of coffee onto your business shirt. You curse. You harshly scold your daughter for knocking the cup over. She breaks down in tears.

After scolding her, you turn to your wife and criticize her for placing the cup too close to the edge of the table. A short verbal battle follows. You storm upstairs and change your shirt. Back downstairs you find your daughter has been too busy crying to finish breakfast and get ready for school. She misses the bus.

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