Woman Flings 3-Month-Old Puppy To Death After Pet Shop Didn’t Want To Give Her A Refund

A stunning and disturbing video has been circulating out of South Korea.

A woman can be seen on security footage throwing a puppy over the counter in a pet store.

Tensions were rising as a dispute broke out between the customer and the owner of the shop. The footage has been viewed by thousands around the world.

Although the video is quite disturbing, it is being used as an important piece of evidence in the ongoing investigation.

Dispatch, a Korean news website, reports that the puppy suffered a hemorrhage after the fall. Unfortunately, it did not survive the abuse and passed the following day.

The woman apparently suspected the owner of the pet shop of deception. The three-month-old puppy was bought in Gangneung, Gangwon, South Korea.

After seeing the Maltese puppy eat its own feces, the woman wrongly assumed that something was wrong.

It is not uncommon for puppies to eat their own droppings. While healthy dogs grow out of this habit eventually, it is nothing about which to be alarmed.

The woman wrongly assumed that the owner had purposefully engaged in deception about the dog’s health. She demanded a refund from the owner, but he would not oblige.

He stood by his argument that this behavior was natural for a puppy.

The woman was furious and approached the shop with her husband. The puppy was carried in a pink bag.

The shop owner continued to stand his ground as the woman complained about the issue.

Suddenly, the woman opened up the bag and threw the dog at the shop owner.

In an interview with Yonhap News, it was revealed that the woman “didn’t know” that the puppy would die from the accident.

She threw the puppy out of anger, but she didn’t want it to be hurt. She has publically apologized for her actions.


5-Month-Old Puppy Found With The Word ‘FREE’ Written On Her Body With Permanent Marker

After receiving information about a puppy wandering alone on the grounds of an Ohio park, the police arrived to check it out, then contacted the Ross County Humane Society.

The humane society took in the five-month-old Labrador mix and noticed right away someone had taken a permanent marker and written “Free” on her side and “Good home only” on her head.

The busy staff at the humane society worked right away to remove the writing, and returned her marked up fur back to its beautiful white.

After interacting with the sweet puppy, the staff named her Marvella, French for the world miracle.

And once the story of Marvella was posted to social media, it went viral and was shared more than 6,000 times.

Thousands of puppies like Marvella have been abandoned by their owners and are in need of a forever home.

Fortunately, the staff at the humane society has been showering the puppy with affection and treats.

In addition, they have ensured Marvella has all of her vaccinations, making her adoption ready.

If you’re interested, don’t delay! Many people have already submitted applications to give Marvella a loving home.

Please note: If you find yourself in a position where you can no longer take care of your own pet, we ask you to choose a shelter over setting the animal free.

Someone else might wish to adopt your pet, prolonging his or her life.


Farmers At Auction Decide Not To Bid So Young Man Can Buy Back His Family Farmhouse

Childhood homes and family homes tend to hold a special place in someone’s heart.

Even if you have to move away eventually, or even in families that end up moving around a lot, the memories from that first house still remain.

It can shape who you are and become a fixture of your past.

There’s something nostalgic and familiar about a family home. It feels like a safe space where you and your family can relax and be comfortable.

Often times, the house will get passed down for generations, maintaining the tradition of a true “family” home, and in that case, it’s even more precious.

A lot of these types of homes in America are related to farms or other similar countryside residences.

They served as more than just homes – they were places where families worked together, made their own food together, and continued to live in the following generations.

Lots of people grew up in places just like this – and David is one of them.

David’s family have a history of farming and being farmers, something they have done for decades.

His ancestors first owned the Nebraska land he grew up working on, and David planned to follow in all the past generations’ footsteps when came the time.

But then, a relative who legally owned the property decided to sell off the 80-acre farm without considering the rest of the family, much to David and his father’s horror.

All of a sudden, they were not a part of it anymore, and the whole family was extremely unhappy that their inherited home had been sold to someone else.

So he and his father, determined to save the farm and buy it back, decided to save up as much as they could to try and buy the farm back.

The farm was put up for sale via an auction, so David and his dad burned the midnight oil constantly trying to save up enough to purchase it.

They just wanted to buy the land again so it could be theirs once more.

But they also knew that around 200 other farmers would be at the auction in question, and they were not sure if they would be able to win.

In fact, they were quite certain that they would lose to another enterprising farmer.

The day of the auction came around, and David placed the bid that they could afford to place.

He and his father held their breath as they waited for someone to contest it and place a higher bid – but that never happened.

No one spoke up, and no one attempted to buy the farm.

The auctioneer looked around but no one made a peep, so the gavel was slammed down, and David and his family had won the farm back!

As it turns out, the 200 other farmers knew of David’s plight and wanted his family to get the farm back.

This happened all the way back in 2011, but till this day, David considers it one of the most humbling experiences he’s ever had in his life.


Dad wakes paralyzed from horror crash to find his 3 daughters have died – he needs all our prayers

A father-of-three woke up in a hospital paralyzed from injuries sustained in a car crash, only to learn that his beloved daughters had died.

26-year-old Somchai Lurak, a restaurant manager from Idaho, was the driver of a vehicle carrying his fiance, Emma Weigand, and his three children. Their car was stopped at a red light when it was hit by a drunk-driver going at 80mph.

Somchai was left severely injured in the collision, while Emma – step-mother to the children – suffered a broken arm and ribs.

As Somchai lay in a hospital bed, the responsibility fell on his brother to inform him that his children had died. Aneena, six, and Kya, five, died at the scene, while their youngest sibling, Drayka Emyka Rayshell, 3, was rushed to hospital, where she, too, later died of her injuries.

As per The Sun, Somchai’s brother, Anthony Smock, said: “Just when I think I might be getting over the worst, tears just start pouring out of my eyes.

“I start thinking about my nieces’ beautiful smiles and sweet little giggles, and how every time I would sweep them up into my arms and give them hugs and kisses.

“I want them back and I want my brother to be able to have his babies.”

Somchai, meanwhile, is lucky to be alive himself. His brother explained that he is missing seven vertebra in his neck, with doctors amazed he has any feeling left in his legs whatsoever.

A GoFundMe Page has been established to help Somchai with the medical expenses associated with his injury. It can be found here.

“My brother has said he’s doing the best he can but he’s devastated,” Smock added.

“As of right now he’s classed as an incomplete quadriplegic – he’s got feeling but no movement. We don’t know whether he’ll ever walk again.”

Raising awareness

The stark truth of the matter is that three little girls have lost their lives, and countless more have been changed forever due to the actions of one man.

Drink driving doesn’t just affect the offending person, and Somchai’s family are now aiming to raise awareness.

“Our family have three pieces of our hearts missing forever now. To everyone everywhere, I’m begging you,” Smock said.

“Never ever drink and drive – it’s selfish and stupid and can destroy people’s lives and families forever.”

Please don’t drink and drive. Let this be a lesson for everyone out there!

Rest in peace, Aneena, Kya, and Drayka.

Please share this article if you want to send prayers for Somchai, and to help get the warning message out there.

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Grandma Had No Choice But To Take Action After 5-Year-Old Comes Home From School And Makes Confession

Many of us wish that we could do more for those around us, but simply don’t have the means.

Whether it be a lack of time, money, or resources, it can feel like we are not doing nearly enough.

But the truth is that even the smallest gesture of compassion can make a huge difference.

Jackie is the grandmother to young five-year-old Sunshine Oelfke.

For months, Sunshine had been saving pocket change in her piggy bank so she could save it for her future or buy herself something nice.

Recently, she’d decided to save up so she could buy a snowboard.

That’s why Jackie was so shocked when she saw little Sunshine emptying her funds!

First, Jackie wondered if the girl wanted to purchase something nice for herself, so she asked her about it.

But Sunshine’s answer was so touching and surprising that Jackie felt tears of joy well up in her eyes – and she knew she had to do something to support her selfless granddaughter’s actions.

So, what was the reason for Sunshine’s decision to break open her piggy bank?

She explained to Jackie that she was bringing milk money to her school. Jackie thought she’d gotten confused and explained that Sunshine’s milk money for the month was already paid for.

That’s when Sunshine explained the truth. Her friend couldn’t have any milk because her mom couldn’t afford milk money.

Jackie was so touched that she happily went along with Sunshine and brought money for the milk to her teacher in class.

She couldn’t help sharing this incident on Facebook, either, originally just thinking friends and family would see it and feel as proud of Sunshine as she.

But then the post began to gain traction, and before long, people all around the world were liking, sharing, and commenting on the post!

Although Sunshine’s actions had helped one of her friends, there were other classmates who didn’t have the money for milk, too.

So, seeing how many people wanted to help on Sunshine’s mission, Jackie set up a GoFundMe titled “Sunshine’s Milk Money Mission”, aiming to raise around $800 so Sunshine could buy milk for her whole class.

But people weren’t content with only providing $800.

Jackie and Sunshine raised almost $19,000 in total. Unsure what to do with it, they wondered if they should purchase milk for the whole class for the rest of the year, but are now considering putting the funds to other charitable use.

As of now, they have not yet announced what the funds will be used for.

Thanks to Sunshine’s kindness, her classmates don’t have to worry about not being able to get milk at school.

It’s painful to see children suffering due to financial troubles at home, especially when it prevents them from having access to things that could ease their hunger.

If Sunshine’s story has proven anything, it’s that even just making a tiny first step in making a small difference in someone’s life can inspire generosity all over the world.

Toddler best friends hug like they haven’t seen each other in years – when it’s actually only been 2 days

The vast majority of us like to think we’re warm, sensitive people who are always there to give a hug to a friend or loved one who needs it.

Of course, sometimes life can get in the way, and before we know it we haven’t seen someone we consider close for months. The weeks go by in a flash, and before you know it you find yourself saying, “Jesus, has it been that long?”

Two 2-year-old’s displays of unbridled affection are taking the world by storm, after they were filmed ‘re-uniting’ with each other after being apart … for two whole days.

Trivial though it may seem, the footage of the two ‘besties’ has spread around the internet like wildfire, not only because it’s profoundly cute, but also because it’s a timely reminder of the inherent love toddlers have.

Be prepared to have your heart melted, this one’s a real warmer!

I have no idea how to make things go viral, for those that do……please share. This is just so beautiful. Finnegan + Maxwell= BESTIES!!! If we could all be like this. 🥰😍🥰😍🥰😍 @2_puggles_anda_baby O, The Oprah Magazine Oprah Winfrey The Today's Show best topic of the day NBC New York TheEllenShow

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Dad Michael Cisneros, the father of one the little boys, Maxwell, shared the video. Maxwell and Finnegan simply couldn’t wait any longer to embrace, this in spite of the fact they had only been apart for two days.

Speaking to ABC News, Cisneros described the two boys as “inseparable”.

“When they are away from each other, they are always asking about one another,” Cisneros said.

“They go to music class together, Dana Banana (a weekly music event) and they love to dance — both are excellent dancers.”

Yep, tears in the eyes. Maxwell and Finnegan are a great example of the love we should all bear for one another.

Share this article if their video made you smile.


1-year-old girl who beat stage 4 cancer celebrates in sweet photo announcing the news

In Bowling Green, Kentucky, WFLA/CNN reports that the family of a brave 21-month-old little girl is celebrating after their child managed to beat stage 4 cancer.

When she was first diagnosed with neuroblastoma, little Molly Hughe spent 130 nights in the hospital undergoing 15 months of torturous cancer treatment. But Molly proved to be one tough cookie.


During this time Molly’s family and friend rallied to support her battle with cancer and #MollyStrong became their battle cry.

Now, the same family and friends are celebrating Molly’s miraculous victory over the deadly disease. Molly’s mom explained how she’ll always remember the phone call that delivered the good news.


Her mom also credits the power of prayer for saving her daughter’s life.


According to Cancer.org neuroblastoma is the most common form of cancer within infants less than one-year-old. It also accounts for roughly six percent of all cancers in children. Each year in the U.S. there are reportedly 800 new cases of neuroblastoma.

Despite the name, neuroblastoma is not a brain tumor. Instead, it’s a common extracranial solid tumor that affects children.

Symptoms of the disease include abdominal tenderness and pain, constipation, weakness, irritability, fevers, and anemia or bruising from low blood counts.

And according to the St., Baldrick’s Foundation about half of the children diagnosed with neuroblastoma die from the disease.

Thank God little Molly was one of the lucky children to beat this disease! Bravo Molly! Well done!

Couple married 82 years says secret to a long and happy life together is: ‘Just be nice to each other’

It’s getting more and more rare to find married couples who stay together through the decades. The one question that couples who have been married for 40, 50, 60 or more years are often asked is what their secret is? And the answers are almost always something different.

Some couples say things like “never got to bed without resolving an argument,” something which many mental health professionals agree with.

Also, trust and communication is also a common answer; advice especially helpful for newlyweds.

But one North Carolina couple’s answer may deserve special attention as they recently celebrated their 82nd wedding anniversary.

Even more incredible, the couple also celebrated their 100th and 103rd birthdays within seven days of each other.

But while their lives and marriage may be long and textured with many ups and downs, their advice for a successful marriage is pretty straightforward.

D.W. Williams, 103, and Willie Williams, 100, were guests of honor at a celebration held by a north Charlotte church paying tribute to the couple’s wedding anniversary and birthdays by singing hymns and sharing laughter with friends and family.


The couple is not far behind making it into the record books for the oldest living couple by aggregate age. This record is currently held by 100-year-old Miyako and her husband Masao Matsumoto, 108 from Japan.

However, D.W. and Willie claim that there’s no big complicated secret to their successful marriage, “just be nice to each other,” Willie Williams said.

They said that they’ve lived through wars, the depression, and the civil rights era, according to Boston 25 News.

Now that’s some advice that would make us all better people if who made an effort to remember it more often.


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