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Wednesday October 8, 2014    09:03 AM
A bond between the best of friends means even more to Iris Grace Halmshaw, a 5-year-old British girl who was diagnosed with autism in 2011, reported ABC News. Her disorder prevents her from speaking like so many kids her age, so through the encouragement of her parents, she learned how to express her emotions through painting instead.

Her works of art are nothing short of incredible, and her family sells them for hundreds of dollars each, using the money to pay for her therapy treatments and art supplies, and to raise awareness about autism, according to their Facebook page.

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Tuesday October 7, 2014    09:32 AM
You cannot help but love this video. The baby bunny is simply adorable.

Though rabbits don't usually require full submersion in a tub, and spot cleaning is typically optimal, YouTube poster Bowen Smith points out why this bunny received a bath and the precautions that were taken taken:

Yes, her and her siblings (not pictured) were completely filthy and needed a bath. It should be noted however that cold bath water can very easily give rabbits hypothermia and measures should be taken to reduce that likelihood, preferably by measuring the temperature of the water and making sure it is between 101°F and 103°F (Average rabbit body temperature).? Paw Nation lists bunny bathing best practic

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Tuesday October 7, 2014    09:29 AM
he adorable 4-day-old hoglet being hand-fed was posted by the United Kingdom-based Wildlife Aid Foundation last week. The little one is lapping at the end of a pipette filled with a special puppy milk and camomile tea mix; according to the video's description, foundation staff feeds the hedgehog every 90 minutes to keep him happy and healthy.

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Tuesday October 7, 2014    09:24 AM
Adrianna Kenebrew has a ferocious passion for gymnastics.

That passion is apparent to all spectators the moment she steps up to the mats. They also notice, however, the special corrective glasses she must wear to be able see any of her surroundings at all.

The 11-year-old Texas native was diagnosed with congenital glaucoma when she was 5 months old. After more than a dozen surgeries, her doctors were able to preserve her remaining vision, but that still left her legally blind at 3 years old -- nearsighted and lacking peripheral vision, reported Today.com. But her positive attitude and endless spirit for pursuing a sport she loves almost makes her forget her disability at times.

"Eve

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Saturday October 4, 2014    12:55 PM
Wonder why I'm publishing this story? You say it's too old? I don't think so. I may side with the Israel government generally, but what they did is murder and should be held totally responsible. We should accept no excuses for such slaughter.


The controlled mass media has been overwhelming in its coverage of the three murdered Israeli teens—but has completely suppressed the names and identities of the in excess of 1,500 Palestinian teens who have been murdered by Israeli state-sponsored terrorism since the year 2000.

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Thursday October 2, 2014    01:24 PM
Until a catastrophic car accident changed their lives, Massachusetts residents Marcia and Harold Rhodes didn’t realize how much they would come to need and value the community around them.

Before the crash that left Marcia a paraplegic, when he was a technology consultant and his wife an antiques collector, they had never thought about such issues. They didn’t understand how much could be done to help the people in their town of Milford.

Now they are giving back, funding playgrounds for kids with special needs, and helping families coping with disabilities.

On Jan. 9, 2002, a 40-ton tractor-trailer crashed into the rear of Marcia’s car when traffic was stopped by a police officer fo

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Monday September 29, 2014    10:00 AM
This pit bull's snuggly disposition just broke down basically any stereotype about the breed.

This week, a 2007 video of a pit bull named Sharky nuzzling up against his itty-bitty chick friend has experienced a viral resurgence on Facebook, winning the hearts of animal lovers everywhere.

"What a sweet, beautiful dog," wrote one Facebooker Friday.

"Awww so adorable!" exclaimed another.

Pit bulls get a bad rap, but the dogs' reputation seems to stem from many a misconception. For instance, despite rumors to the contrary, pits don't actually have locking jaws, many have been credited with saving human lives, and even pits that have been trained to fight can be -- and have been -- su

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Monday September 29, 2014    09:51 AM
This joyful reunion was a long time coming.

Earlier this month, the family of Bailey, a 10-year-old Yorkshire terrier, couldn't believe it when the long-lost pup was found six years after he disappeared from their home in Austin, Texas. Bailey was discovered roaming the streets of Indianapolis when a local resident noticed him and delivered him to veterinary clinic Post Road Vets, reported CNN.

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Saturday September 27, 2014    09:11 PM
The crash of a bus and a tractor-trailor that left four Texas college softball players dead and 15 others injured is "being investigated like a homicide," police said today, as officials try to piece together what happened.

The early indication is that the tractor-trailer crossed over Interstate 35, into the southbound lanes, near the Oklahoma-Texas border, and struck a bus owned by North Central Texas College that was carrying the team back to campus after a game Friday evening.

"We just know that the semi impacted the bus and the bus was traveling southbound on the interstate when the collision occurred," Oklahoma Highway Patrol Capt. Ronnie Hampton said.

"Right now, it's being in

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Friday September 26, 2014    09:42 AM
Two twin girls dressed in green and a darling blonde boy are seen in the cutest weather report, arguing whether it is actually "raining" or "sprinkling" outside but never bothering to look out the window.

Seems this happens all around us these days.

The video was uploaded to Youtube by mother Tara Willmott who tries to tell a boy that it's raining, but he prefers his mother's opinion.

The cute blonde boy becomes increasingly frustrated as both girls begin to gang up on him and one lightly pokes him in the chest.

A bit hurt by the turn of events, the boy whimpers: "Oww….you poked my heart."

This is near the end of the video so don't miss it. One of the girls comes to his aid,

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