Every week we collect our top five stories, just in case you missed them. These are the most uplifting posts that people liked, shared, and commented on, so go ahead and treat yourself—you’re in good company.
“I understand how they feel,” Carter told WLWT. “I understand what they went through, so it really touched me. I was already thinking about adopting all of the kids but when I saw them crying, I was like, ‘Ok, I’m going to take all five to keep them together.'”
A weatherman’s cat stole the show when she decided to show up during his broadcast. But this isn’t her first time making an appearance. Ever since her debut back in April, people from all different continents are tuning into the broadcasts to see if she’ll pop up again.
As 2020 slogs on and existentialism increasingly becomes a part of daily life, the brands are starting to get their feelings out. So, when people started harassing McDonald’s about the McRib, McDonald’s had, um, a little meltdown.
A devastating earthquake hit Izmir, Turkey on Friday and collapsed a building, leaving a three-year-old girl stuck in the rubble. She was found almost three days later – 65 hours – and was taken to the hospital. The young girl, whose name is Elif Perincek, was pulled out of the wreckage and held on to the firefighter who rescued her as she was wrapped in a foil blanket.
A father-daughter misunderstanding about Girl Scout cookies turned into a beautiful coming out moment for the two. The daughter, who is a lesbian, recently joined the Gender-sexuality Alliance at her school and her dad struck up a conversation about it via text.