by Team Henné <3 / Sep 21, 2021

THE HAPPINESS REPORT (9.21.21)

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DOCTORS SAVE JAZZ SINGER WHO COLLAPSED DURING PERFORMANCE

Jazz singer Henry Ray Fischbach owes his life to three doctors who quickly responded to his medical emergency.

Henry Ray, 66, was performing in the lounge of a New York City restaurant one night when he started feeling ill.

As luck would have it, three doctors were nearby.

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Source: Healthy Happy News


TODDLER GREETING HER BROTHERS AFTER SCHOOL GETS VIRAL LOVE

One 18-month-old welcomes her big brothers home from school in the most precious way possible.

Emelia "Emmy" Muddamalle is the youngest of four. Having spent the majority of her life in the COVID-19 pandemic, she’s grown accustomed to having her three older brothers -- Liam, 10; Levi, 8; and Lucas, 6 -- around constantly.

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Source: GMA


BABY FOX CLIMBS ONTO PLANK PEOPLE GIVE HIM

Baby fox figures out how to save himself — with just a little help

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Source: The Dodo


TEEN WHO LOST HIS GAMING PARTNER WHEN DAD DIED BRINGS THE POWER OF PLAY -AND CONNECTION- TO KIDS FACING ILLNESS

As a little boy, Nick Priest loved playing video games with his dad, Joe, who was a wiz at all things tech and gaming. They started off with Nick holding a controller and pretending to play, and moved on to Lego games and Mario Galaxy.

Joe was diagnosed with cancer when Nick was three, and after that, they played more than ever. The last time he made it down to the basement for gaming, Joe was so weak that he couldn’t even walk—he had to go down the stairs, step by step, on his rear end—but it was worth it and the pair had a blast.

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Source: Good News Network


KITTEN DECIDES TO BE RAISED BY DOG AFTER BEING FOUND ALONE, AND TURNS INTO AFFECTIONATE FLUFF BALL

A kitten who was found all alone, is over the moon to have a big family to dote on her.

Early September, Good Samaritans from Ontario, Canada spotted a 4-week-old tabby outside by herself. Her mother cat and siblings were nowhere to be found, so the kind people reached out to their local rescue for assistance.

The kitten was in desperate need of warmth, food and round-the-clock care. When Karly and Katelyn Saltarski, sisters and co-founders of Salty Animal Rescue, were contacted, they took the tabby in with open arms.

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Source: Love Meow