1. 2:19 PM EDT, September 23, 2016 Why Donated Fur Coats Are Being Used to Comfort Orphaned Exotic Baby Animals

    Why Donated Fur Coats Are Being Used to Comfort...

    Born Free USA relaunched their campaign "Fur for Animals" to collect and donate items of fur to orphaned baby animals living in wildlife rehabilitation centers. So far, over 800 items...

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    Why Donated Fur Coats Are Being Used to Comfort Orphaned Exotic Baby Animals

    Born Free USA relaunched their campaign "Fur for Animals" to collect and donate items of fur to orphaned baby animals living in wildlife rehabilitation centers. So far, over 800 items were donated along with thank-you messages dedicated to injured animals. This is the third year of the group's campaign.

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  2. 9:36 PM EST, December 5, 2016 Santa Rolls Up to Hospital in Tank to Bring Presents to Pediatric Patients

    Santa Rolls Up to Hospital in Tank to Bring...

    Sheriff's deputies in Douglas County, Nebraska rushed to a local hospital to bring some Christmas cheer. For the third year in a row, Santa surprised the kids in the pediatric unit of...

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    Santa Rolls Up to Hospital in Tank to Bring Presents to Pediatric Patients

    Sheriff's deputies in Douglas County, Nebraska rushed to a local hospital to bring some Christmas cheer. For the third year in a row, Santa surprised the kids in the pediatric unit of Nebraska Medicine. Given a VIP escort by tank, nothing was stopping him from bringing joy to these patients. Not only did they get smiles and presents, they also got to explore the larger than life vehicle Santa rolled up in. The visit is organized by the sheriff's department and the fraternal order of police.

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  3. 8:44 PM EST, December 5, 2016 52-Year-Old Animal Lover Can't Stop Adopting Senior Dogs No One Wants

    52-Year-Old Animal Lover Can't Stop Adopting...

    Steve Greig can't stop adopting senior dogs into his home in downtown Denver. With 8 senior dogs, 4 chickens, 2 ducks, a rabbit and a pig, this man gives Old MacDonald a run for his...

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    52-Year-Old Animal Lover Can't Stop Adopting Senior Dogs No One Wants

    Steve Greig can't stop adopting senior dogs into his home in downtown Denver. With 8 senior dogs, 4 chickens, 2 ducks, a rabbit and a pig, this man gives Old MacDonald a run for his money. Despite the full ouse, Greig explained it started with one dog, Wolfgang. After he died, Greig hoped adopting a dog at an age Wolfgang never reached would help honor his memory. Some dogs came to him by coincidence and, as if by fate, Greig also discovered his home was zoned as an exception to the local pet maximum.

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