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Amazon, Beautiful, and Family: Here's a special pupdate from our favorite furry family! We're so happy to share that Mama Leah's pups are officially 1-month-old and we're celebrating the milestone with these incredible photos by @AdoptableDogsofNYC! ❀️ Even though they're not quite ready for adoption yet, these little pups can now open their beautiful eyes and are starting to show each of their personalities! Their dedicated foster parents, Ashia & Mike, are having so much fun learning about which pup is sassier or calmer and who loves those extra cuddles. Leah has also been such a wonderful mama to her pups and, day by day, she's getting more and more independent and ready to see her little ones off to their forever homes soon! Ashia & Mike have been such awesome and loving foster parents β€” when they began their unbelievable foster journey, the support from our MuddyPawsPack completely floored them and they were almost overwhelmed by the number of @Amazon supplies sent by our generous donors. They really thought someone was pranking them! πŸ˜† But a month later, they're even more shocked to find that they've gone through SO MANY supplies for these lovable pups and Mama Leah! We can't wait to see how Mama Leah and her pups continue to grow...πŸ’– πŸ‘‰ If you would like to give your love to Mama Leah & her pups, you can send a gift at bit.ly-MPRLeahAndPups (link also in bio). . . . FosteringSavesLives AdoptDontShop RescuedIsMyFavoriteBreed FosterDogs Fostering FosterADog JoinThePack DogsofNYC Hero RescueCommunity Volunteer GiveBack ItTakesAPack NotAllHeroesWearCapes Foster FosterLife RescueDogs PuppyFoster
Amazon, Beautiful, and Family: Here's a special pupdate from our favorite furry family! We're so happy to share that Mama Leah's pups are officially 1-month-old and we're celebrating the milestone with these incredible photos by @AdoptableDogsofNYC! ❀️ Even though they're not quite ready for adoption yet, these little pups can now open their beautiful eyes and are starting to show each of their personalities! Their dedicated foster parents, Ashia & Mike, are having so much fun learning about which pup is sassier or calmer and who loves those extra cuddles. Leah has also been such a wonderful mama to her pups and, day by day, she's getting more and more independent and ready to see her little ones off to their forever homes soon! Ashia & Mike have been such awesome and loving foster parents β€” when they began their unbelievable foster journey, the support from our MuddyPawsPack completely floored them and they were almost overwhelmed by the number of @Amazon supplies sent by our generous donors. They really thought someone was pranking them! πŸ˜† But a month later, they're even more shocked to find that they've gone through SO MANY supplies for these lovable pups and Mama Leah! We can't wait to see how Mama Leah and her pups continue to grow...πŸ’– πŸ‘‰ If you would like to give your love to Mama Leah & her pups, you can send a gift at bit.ly-MPRLeahAndPups (link also in bio). . . . FosteringSavesLives AdoptDontShop RescuedIsMyFavoriteBreed FosterDogs Fostering FosterADog JoinThePack DogsofNYC Hero RescueCommunity Volunteer GiveBack ItTakesAPack NotAllHeroesWearCapes Foster FosterLife RescueDogs PuppyFoster

Here's a special pupdate from our favorite furry family! We're so happy to share that Mama Leah's pups are officially 1-month-old and we're ...

Crazy, Driving, and Fire: ceasarslegion Reporter in the Marvel unviverse: Anthony Stark, well-known as a generous philanthropist, the CEO of Stark Industries, and his alter-ego "Iron Man," under fire today after a controversial video he posted to his personal Vine account went viral. The short footage showed Stark in the passenger seat of a car, driving by an anti-homosexual rally, repeatedly shouting "I love sucking [expletive for male genitalia]" out of the open window. purgatoryandme A+ Concept, I love it, I'm dying, it's too good. It becomes the hottest new meme throughout the US. Every single time there's some homophobic rally, Hell, every time there's a rally held by homophobes whether or not the rally was ABOUT homophobia there's now teens doing drive-by's being like "Ahem, this one is for Tony Stark ILOVE SUCKING [expletive for male genitalia]". The meme keeps escalating as people find newer and funnier ways to bleep out what they are saying in real time and on Vine. The most popular way? The sound of a repulser charging up The whole thing drives homophobes crazy. They hate it so much, it literally has some people trying to create their own counter meme ("I love sucking UP TO JESUS") that goes very very badly (exactly how you'd expect). So, out of options, they try to sue Tony. Everybody should know better than to sue Tony. His lawyers tear them apart. There's an unholy grin on Tony's face during the entire publicized case - he's in a rainbow suit. He's in rainbow shades. He's wearing a harness over his suit and his shoes literally leave glitter footprints everywhere he goes. His tie says "I love sucking [REPULSER NOISE]. Twitter goes nuts. A still of Tony from the trial, one where he is sarcastically blowing pink glitter into the face of a woman trying to hit him with a picket sign, becomes a reaction image nobody can resist. You wanna represent how tired you are of homophobic comments? That's your image. It's usually coupled by one of Rhodey in the background, military dress uniform smeared in glitter and a blatant glittery kiss mark pressed to his cheek, staring at the ceiling and praying for death this is canon now
Crazy, Driving, and Fire: ceasarslegion
 Reporter in the Marvel unviverse:
 Anthony Stark, well-known as a
 generous philanthropist, the CEO of
 Stark Industries, and his alter-ego
 "Iron Man," under fire today after
 a controversial video he posted to
 his personal Vine account went
 viral. The short footage showed
 Stark in the passenger seat of a
 car, driving by an anti-homosexual
 rally, repeatedly shouting "I love
 sucking [expletive for male
 genitalia]" out of the open window.
 purgatoryandme
 A+ Concept, I love it, I'm dying, it's too good.
 It becomes the hottest new meme throughout
 the US. Every single time there's some
 homophobic rally, Hell, every time there's a rally
 held by homophobes whether or not the rally
 was ABOUT homophobia there's now teens
 doing drive-by's being like "Ahem, this one is
 for Tony Stark ILOVE SUCKING [expletive for
 male genitalia]". The meme keeps escalating
 as people find newer and funnier ways to bleep
 out what they are saying in real time and on
 Vine. The most popular way? The sound of a
 repulser charging up
 The whole thing drives homophobes crazy.
 They hate it so much, it literally has some
 people trying to create their own counter meme
 ("I love sucking UP TO JESUS") that goes very
 very badly (exactly how you'd expect). So, out
 of options, they try to sue Tony.
 Everybody should know better than to sue
 Tony.
 His lawyers tear them apart. There's an unholy
 grin on Tony's face during the entire publicized
 case - he's in a rainbow suit. He's in rainbow
 shades. He's wearing a harness over his suit
 and his shoes literally leave glitter footprints
 everywhere he goes. His tie says "I love
 sucking [REPULSER NOISE]. Twitter goes nuts.
 A still of Tony from the trial, one where he is
 sarcastically blowing pink glitter into the face of
 a woman trying to hit him with a picket sign,
 becomes a reaction image nobody can resist.
 You wanna represent how tired you are of
 homophobic comments? That's your image. It's
 usually coupled by one of Rhodey in the
 background, military dress uniform smeared in
 glitter and a blatant glittery kiss mark pressed
 to his cheek, staring at the ceiling and praying
 for death
this is canon now

this is canon now

Crying, Easter, and God: speckleeyed 20 points 5 hours ago This past Easter, we went to our first easter egg hunt... My son was 8 and he is autistic. He doesn't understand the urgency. He doesn't understand he has to run. He doesn't understand there won't be an equal amount for everyone. In I swear to god 60 seconds 300 8 to 10 year olds cleared an orchard of 10000 eggs and my son got only 2. Most kids got overflowing buckets of them All my son wanted to do was open them all up. He was so upset andl couldn't fix it. Parents weren't allowed to cross the rope. But then another boy saw my son with his shoulders slumped looking so defeated and he went over to him and said "hey I see you didn't get a lot of eggs. I have too many. Can I share with you?" My son's shoulders picked up and he smiled and said "sure!" And the boy emptied half his bucket into my son's bucket and then ran off to find his mom I was in tears. I couldn't believe what I just saw. I told my husband to stay with our son I had to follow that boy. I had to thank him and his mother. I got to him when he reached his mom and I waited a minute...he didn't even brag about how kind he was. And his mom didn't see it. I said excuse me miss, I need to tell you about your son...dont mind the tears, it's something good. I told her how this was my son's first public easter egg hunt and how her son NOTICED him and voluntarily HELPED him and was so KIND and GENEROUS. And that she was obviously doing a great job because today is a day I won't ever forget...all because of the kindness I've witnessed here, I shook the boy's hand and mom's, And mom was so proud of her son...as she should be saltinthewind 3 points 2 hours ago Omg I was bawling by the time I got to the end of your story. For both you and the other mom Im crying so hard.
Crying, Easter, and God: speckleeyed 20 points 5 hours ago
 This past Easter, we went to our first easter egg hunt... My son was 8 and
 he is autistic. He doesn't understand the urgency. He doesn't understand
 he has to run. He doesn't understand there won't be an equal amount for
 everyone.
 In I swear to god 60 seconds 300 8 to 10 year olds cleared an orchard of
 10000 eggs and my son got only 2. Most kids got overflowing buckets of
 them
 All my son wanted to do was open them all up. He was so upset andl
 couldn't fix it. Parents weren't allowed to cross the rope. But then another
 boy saw my son with his shoulders slumped looking so defeated and he
 went over to him and said "hey I see you didn't get a lot of eggs. I have too
 many. Can I share with you?" My son's shoulders picked up and he smiled
 and said "sure!" And the boy emptied half his bucket into my son's bucket
 and then ran off to find his mom
 I was in tears. I couldn't believe what I just saw. I told my husband to stay
 with our son I had to follow that boy. I had to thank him and his mother.
 I got to him when he reached his mom and I waited a minute...he didn't
 even brag about how kind he was. And his mom didn't see it. I said excuse
 me miss, I need to tell you about your son...dont mind the tears, it's
 something good. I told her how this was my son's first public easter egg
 hunt and how her son NOTICED him and voluntarily HELPED him and was
 so KIND and GENEROUS. And that she was obviously doing a great job
 because today is a day I won't ever forget...all because of the kindness I've
 witnessed here, I shook the boy's hand and mom's, And mom was so proud
 of her son...as she should be
 saltinthewind 3 points 2 hours ago
 Omg I was bawling by the time I got to the end of your story. For both you
 and the other mom
Im crying so hard.

Im crying so hard.

Crying, Easter, and God: speckleeyed 20 points 5 hours ago This past Easter, we went to our first easter egg hunt... My son was 8 and he is autistic. He doesn't understand the urgency. He doesn't understand he has to run. He doesn't understand there won't be an equal amount for everyone. In I swear to god 60 seconds 300 8 to 10 year olds cleared an orchard of 10000 eggs and my son got only 2. Most kids got overflowing buckets of them All my son wanted to do was open them all up. He was so upset andl couldn't fix it. Parents weren't allowed to cross the rope. But then another boy saw my son with his shoulders slumped looking so defeated and he went over to him and said "hey I see you didn't get a lot of eggs. I have too many. Can I share with you?" My son's shoulders picked up and he smiled and said "sure!" And the boy emptied half his bucket into my son's bucket and then ran off to find his mom I was in tears. I couldn't believe what I just saw. I told my husband to stay with our son I had to follow that boy. I had to thank him and his mother. I got to him when he reached his mom and I waited a minute...he didn't even brag about how kind he was. And his mom didn't see it. I said excuse me miss, I need to tell you about your son...dont mind the tears, it's something good. I told her how this was my son's first public easter egg hunt and how her son NOTICED him and voluntarily HELPED him and was so KIND and GENEROUS. And that she was obviously doing a great job because today is a day I won't ever forget...all because of the kindness I've witnessed here, I shook the boy's hand and mom's, And mom was so proud of her son...as she should be saltinthewind 3 points 2 hours ago Omg I was bawling by the time I got to the end of your story. For both you and the other mom Im crying so hard.
Crying, Easter, and God: speckleeyed 20 points 5 hours ago
 This past Easter, we went to our first easter egg hunt... My son was 8 and
 he is autistic. He doesn't understand the urgency. He doesn't understand
 he has to run. He doesn't understand there won't be an equal amount for
 everyone.
 In I swear to god 60 seconds 300 8 to 10 year olds cleared an orchard of
 10000 eggs and my son got only 2. Most kids got overflowing buckets of
 them
 All my son wanted to do was open them all up. He was so upset andl
 couldn't fix it. Parents weren't allowed to cross the rope. But then another
 boy saw my son with his shoulders slumped looking so defeated and he
 went over to him and said "hey I see you didn't get a lot of eggs. I have too
 many. Can I share with you?" My son's shoulders picked up and he smiled
 and said "sure!" And the boy emptied half his bucket into my son's bucket
 and then ran off to find his mom
 I was in tears. I couldn't believe what I just saw. I told my husband to stay
 with our son I had to follow that boy. I had to thank him and his mother.
 I got to him when he reached his mom and I waited a minute...he didn't
 even brag about how kind he was. And his mom didn't see it. I said excuse
 me miss, I need to tell you about your son...dont mind the tears, it's
 something good. I told her how this was my son's first public easter egg
 hunt and how her son NOTICED him and voluntarily HELPED him and was
 so KIND and GENEROUS. And that she was obviously doing a great job
 because today is a day I won't ever forget...all because of the kindness I've
 witnessed here, I shook the boy's hand and mom's, And mom was so proud
 of her son...as she should be
 saltinthewind 3 points 2 hours ago
 Omg I was bawling by the time I got to the end of your story. For both you
 and the other mom
Im crying so hard.

Im crying so hard.