When reading this Instagram post, you would have thought it was written by this lady to her son. And if not her son, then to her baby brother maybe. Well, apparently dogs have their birthdays celebrated too.
When a dog entered a new home, not only is he embraced by love, and not only is he taken care of, but we can see that this beauty has given back so much to the couple who adopted him that he is considered no less than their child.
Not only did this family embrace a dog into their home, but they took in a handicapped one with only three legs. This family is for sure one of a kind.
These two cute girls have learned a great lesson in life. They will know to accept whoever comes their way, no matter how different they might be, and the best thing of all — they have a pet pillow to lean on whenever in need.
Now You See Me, Now You Don't
Poor little Jasper was found deserted in the woods. He weighed just 4 kg at the time. Irena, who found him, took him to the rescue dog center, where he was cleaned and fed.
The following day Irena went to see him and couldn't find him. He then picked out of the cupboard door when he felt safe. Today he weighs 13.5 kg and lives in his own house with his own family.
The Sports Dog Fan
It's always heartwarming when someone adopts a dog, but when a well-known musician or sportsman takes a lost dog in, it's all that plus high-profile "awww" sounds. They are stars that many look up to and set as a role model.
So, here we have Johnny O'Connor on a hot summer's day smooching his new companion, who he rescued and embraced into his home.
A Prime Jack Russell
There are many sides to politicians that are rarely spoken of. Former British Priminister Boris Jonson adopted a mixed Jack Russell from the Friends of Animals Wales rescue shelter.
Boris and his partner Carrie Symonds had the Russell delivered to the front door of 10 Downing St. as only a Prime Minister would. We wonder if the little pooch gets to vote.