Episode 6 Of Weekly Dose Of Happiness
Is it a bird? Is it a plane? No, it's- it’s Tohru with another weekly dose of happiness! This series was started by Mollo25 and me to lift everyone’s spirits during these times.
In Lake Michigan, a family rescues a dog nearly four miles offshore. The family was out on a boating trip when they saw a ‘red animal in the lake’. The dog was scanned for a microchip and was reunited with its owner
Charlie Manning, a six-year-old girl, normally spent her birthdays with her extended family in Idaho. Due to travel restrictions, she would not be able to spend it with them this year. Her aunt asked for help on social media. And she got help. 180 letters and 15 packages were sent to Charlie.
A toddler went missing after she wandered off into the forest. She was found safe 24 hours later with the family dog.
In Kuala Lumpur, a woman, prior to her death in 2013, bequeathed a portion of her multi-million ringgit estate to a number of orphanages as part of her last will and testament.
A species missing for fifty years was rediscovered. Tiny elephant shrews species were rediscovered after an expedition.
I don’t have the article for this one, as it was hidden behind a paywall, but here it goes:
Grey reef sharks form long-term friendship, study reveals.
That’s all, folks. Tune in next Thursday for some more Weekly Dose Of Happiness. Till then, stay happy, stay healthy, and stay safe!