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Via: Miyoko Ihara
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Thirteen years ago, photographer Miyoko Ihara began photographing the relationship between her now 88-year-old grandmother, Misao, and her adorable kitty friend, Fukumaru. Misao discovered Fukumaru in her shed, and since then, the two have become inseparable and the very best of friends. If these photos documenting their relationship throughout the years don't make you feel all warm-and-fuzzy, then... well, let's be honest, that's not even possible. D'AAAWWWWWWWW!

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Via: Uproxx
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Kyle Camp, a 10-year-old with Down syndrome, went missing Tuesday afternoon. Within hours, hundreds of friends and family had fanned out to find him.

When he didn't turn up, they feared the worst.

But 18 hours after he was last seen, Kyle was discovered safe and sound in a creek -- along with a mini expedition: His four puppies had "kept him warm overnight" in the woods until their barks gave up their location.

Awww.

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Via: Battersea Dogs and Cats Home
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A puppy named Buttons and a kitten named Kitty have become best friends at the Battersea Cats and Dogs home. Buttons, the runt of the litter, was rejected by her mother, but he quickly took to Kitty the kitten at the shelter. They are now inseparable. And adorable, obviously.

Dey b celebraytin ober in Goggie Land too!

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Via: BuzzFeed
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Kabang jumped in front of a motorcycle last year to save the lives of two little girls in the Philippines -- but she lost her snout in the process.

Despite the grave injury, Kabang showed no signs of suffering, so her owner decided not to put her down. Kabang soon learned how to eat with her paws.

Still, her wounds weren't quite healing properly.

Enter the Internet: This month, thanks to $20,000 in online donations, Kabang is undergoing reconstructive surgery at UC-Davis.

Awww.

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