This video might bring a tear to your eye. But it's a good, happy tear. Promise.
From The Associated Press:
A newborn Malayan tapir calf is alive after two Denver Zoo staff members freed the unresponsive infant from inside its amniotic sac and provided mouth to snout rescue breaths. The scene was captured on the zoo's camera. (Oct. 19)
Three-year-old Alida Knobloch suffers from a rare lung disease. Her goggie friend, Mr. Doodle, who carries her oxygen tank, never leaves her side!