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Fostering A Homeless And Sick Miniature Puppy (Viral Twitter Thread)

Everyone, meet George. He's a 10-week-old miniature puppy who was homeless and had parvo, and now, he has a forever home. This adorable pupper is a fighter, having survived despite it being unclear whether he would or not. And not only that, but he has also stolen the hearts of tens of thousands of twitter users. 

His owner, @molly_knight, didn't know whether she was ready to adopt another dog after her previous one passed, but we are so, so glad that she did and that she managed to help save this adorable puppy. Her story is heartwarming, tear-jerking, and inspiring. It's the kind of story we wish to hear more, so if you have some of your own pet stories to share, come join us in our Facebook community - ICanHas Storytime.

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This Kitten Survived a Three Hundred Mile Ride In the Bumper of a Navy Helicopter Pilot's Car

So glad this story has a happy ending! After finding the little kitten in his car, Nick Grimmer rescued her and named her Tigger. Nick is doing his best to find Tigger's real owner, but is planning to adopt her if no one comes forward. You can read their full story here.

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This little girl here was abandoned and not expected to ever walk, let alone live. She was born with "swimmer puppy syndrome," a rare condition that caused her to have a flat chest, resulting in her being unable to use her legs. But, with a lot of love from her foster home and physical therapy, Harper is a happy, healthy 11-month of pit bull! Awwww!

Click here to read Harper's full story!