“My nephew grew his hair out for two years to donate to kids with cancer.”
A man devoted his life to adopting old dogs who couldn’t find forever homes.
“We rise by lifting others.”
“My brother and his girlfriend on Valentine’s Day.”
“My grandma got a fidget spinner for her 85th birthday and look at how happy she is.”
“If you think I actually hired a photographer to take pictures of my new puppy then you’re exactly right because I totally did.”
“I bought a mini toy laptop for my dog so he can at least look like he’s helping support this family.”
“We just spent a hour looking for her.”
“Vet’s meow surgical assistant.”
Cows can be adorable too.
“I lost my ID card maybe a week or 3 weeks ago and I had no idea where I put it, so I just went to get a new one and today I got this in the mail.”
“He’s so small he can sneak through the fence when he goes outside, so he must wear the escape-proof wiener bun of shame at potty time.”
“When the world seems dark, I remind myself that Mister Rogers once got a letter from a blind girl who wrote that she had heard him say he owned fish, but she worried they weren’t being fed. So at the end of every following show, he’d narrate ’I’m feeding the fish’ just for her.”
“Today for my birthday my grandpa gave me 3 books filled with stories of each time he hung out with me from the age of 2 to 5. I am speechless.”
A Danish policeman is playing games with a Syrian refugee child on her way to Sweden.
“This man saw that an old lady was having trouble bagging some stuff so he stopped and held her bag open for her.”
“Our cow wasn’t feeling well. So last night, my son went outside to spend time with her. I woke up this morning and found this.”
“This 98-year-old man who never got to get his high school diploma because he was drafted during World War II his during his senior year, finally got it today.”
“Saw an elderly man make a move and patiently wait for another player. An unlikely partner appeared and it warmed my heart.”
“This young lady recieved a telegram from the Queen for being 100 years old. She let her postman take her picture on the condition that ’everyone’ would see it!”
“I dropped my shopping bag on the streets of Osaka and when I went back to look for it later that day, someone had placed it next to a tree, untouched.”
A perfect day at an animal shelter: everyone’s adopted.
“When I was two I gave my dad a stuffed beluga whale to keep in his work bag so that if he ever missed me he could hold it and think of me. 18 years later, my dad has just informed me that he still brings my beluga whale to work with him every day.”
A rescued deer that thinks he’s a dog
“The best thing I’ve seen today.”
Monarch butterfly wing transplant
This butterfly was born with a damaged wing. Fortunately, the owner knew what to do. The surgery went well and after a short rest, the monarch flew away.
Sharp Dressed Man gives suits to men who are getting back on their feet for job interviews.
A 22-year-old guy from Harlem befriended an 81-year-old woman whom he met playing Words with Friends over the past year. Last week, he traveled to Florida and met her in person for the first time.
“Recently, my father has been placing bird food in the yard for my mother to wake up to this view every morning.”
“This is me in December 1995. This is me in December 2017. I overcame addiction, homelessness, and a history of incarceration. Been sober 20 years next month.”
“After 3 years of being homeless, this is everything I own. And I’m proud to get this far.”
“This dog got lost in my city. The police helped him find his family!”
“While on my commute home, this fellow needed a rest. Nowhere better than my shoulder. You’re welcome, pal.”
“My dad saved this little dude after it got caught in a spider web. I think this means he’s a Disney princess now, right?”
“Good-guy new neighbor saw me shoveling my driveway and used his ‘new toy’ to help me out.”
Pizza Hut employee helping an elderly women place an order online so that she gets a better deal than if she orders in the store.
A middle school started a “Breakfast with Dads” program but many dads couldn’t make it because several students didn’t have father figures. The school posted a Facebook request for 50 volunteer fathers...600 fathers from all backgrounds showed up.