by Team Henné <3 / Oct 19, 2021

THE HAPPINESS REPORT (10.19.21)

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PUPPY SIBLINGS ADOPTED BY DIFFERENT FAMILIES IMMEDIATELY RECOGNIZE EACH OTHER DURING WALKS ONE YEAR LATER

In surprise reunion, two cockapoo pups recognized each other on the street one year after being adopted by different families.

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SWANSEA TEEN LOCKDOWN ARTIST OFFERED THOUSANDS FOR WORK

A teenager from Swansea who took up painting during lockdown has been offered thousands of pounds for some of her work.

Makenzy Beard, 14, has had international interest in her portrait paintings which have gone on display at a gallery in Cardiff.

Her portrait of her neighbour, farmer John Tucker, went viral after it was posted on social media.

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MAN FINALLY GETS BELOVED MOM’S CAR 40 YEARS AFTER HER DEATH–AND IT STILL HAS HER SUNGLASSES INSIDE

September 26 was a very sentimental day for John Berry, as he finally experienced the realization of a 40–year dream—one that he honestly thought might never happen.

His sweet mother, Janis, passed away unexpectedly when he was 15 years old, and his dad eventually sold her car.

It was a 1971 Oldsmobile Cutlass Supreme convertible and was purchased by a GM auto executive in the early 80’s.

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CALIFORNIA VINEYARDS THAT ONCE USED ONLY TOXIC CHEMICALS TO PROTECT VINES NOW USE NESTING OWLS

Napa Valley vintners are increasingly turning towards winged-laborers for their pest control, and away from super toxic pesticides that poison everything, including their wine.

Barn owls in particular, but also hawks and other birds of prey, known as raptors, are being welcomed onto vineyards across California for their skill in rat-catching, vole-estation, and gopher-gobbling—and scientists studying the impact of these strategies are finding encouraging results.

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FIREFIGHTER ADOPTS DOG HE RESCUED IN APARTMENT FIRE

Last month, authorities were called to an apartment fire. As they extinguished the fire, they found and rescued a young Mastiff. First responders supplied the dog with oxygen.

Once Animal Control arrived, they determined that there were two options of care for the dog: potentially expensive treatment at the owner's expense or euthanasia. The owner opted for for the latter one.

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