by Team Henné <3 / Oct 26, 2021

THE HAPPINESS REPORT (10.26.21)

Star Wars toys on concrete floor


NZ POLICE SHARE AUDIO OF ADORABLE PHONE CALL FROM 4-YEAR-OLD BOY

A 4-year-old boy in New Zealand dialed 111 and invited police to visit him to see his toys.

Police took him up on the offer.

Southern District Police posted audio of the call on their Facebook page. The post ends with a photo of the child sitting on a police car with a police cap on his head.

"While we don’t encourage children to call 111 to show us their toys, this was too cute not to share," a spokesperson for the department wrote.

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Source: Sunny Skyz


ASPCA KID OF THE YEAR GOES TO GREAT (AND ADORABLE) LENGTHS TO GET SHELTER DOGS ADOPTED

Evan Bisnauth is like any other 11-year-old kid, busy with multiple interests near his home in Bronx, New York. But he never lets anything stand in the way of his passion: helping socialize adoptable shelter dogs by reading to them regularly.

"I actually first read to my own dog when I was learning to read and write in school," Evan told TODAY Parents.

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Source: TODAY


NEBRASKA TEEN RUNNER HELPS COMPETITOR FINISH RACE AFTER HE COLLAPSED, GIVING UP HIS OWN QUALIFYING HOPES

In the sport of track and field, athletes compete not only with one another but against themselves, and with each race they strive to achieve a new personal best.

For one Nebraska teen running in what would likely be his final cross country outing before graduating high school, his personal best turned out not to be about marking the fastest time but displaying the biggest heart.

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Source: Good News Network


PARADISE FOOTBALL TEAM RISES AGAIN AFTER CALIFORNIA’S DEADLIEST FIRE SPARED TEAM’S FIELD

The deadliest wildfire in California history destroyed the homes of nearly all the members of the Paradise High School football team nearly three years ago, but it somehow spared the one spot of land that gave them the hope to rebuild.

In just over four hours on Nov. 8, 2018, the Camp Fire incinerated nearly 14,000 homes in Paradise and killed 86 people, but the high school's football field was stunningly untouched by any serious damage.

It was a symbol of hope for a community badly in need of one, a place where football has been a staple of Friday nights since the 1950s.

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Source: TODAY


LITTLE GIRL BREAKS DOWN IN TEARS AFTER MOM SURPRISES HER WITH SHELTER DOG SHE SAW ONLINE

Alexandria was browsing the Arizona Humane Society website when a photo of a black and white pit bull named Wyatt caught her eye. The 10-year-old immediately knew that this was the perfect dog for her family.

“As soon as she saw Wyatt, she started crying and knew that he was instantly the one,” Alexandria’s mom, Angela, said in a statement. “She said, ‘He's the one that's going to take good care of us, Mom! If you go get him, I promise to love him forever and take really good care of him.’”

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Source: The Dodo


10-YEAR-OLD BOY SPREADS KINDNESS AS HE WAITS FOR SCHOOL BUS: 'I LIKE TO MAKE PEOPLE HAPPY'

Before his school day even starts, one Massachusetts boy is teaching his own lessons - of kindness.

For the past several days, 10-year-old Michael Richardson, of Swansea, has been making the most of his morning before the bus comes.

While everyone else is waking up or driving to work, Michael heads outside.

"I've been going out like right after I eat breakfast," he told WJAR.

Michael happily holds his home-made signs to send people passing by a positive message.

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Source: ABC 7 Chicago


PHOTO CATCHES THE MOMENTS A SQUIRREL STRIKES ‘MR UNIVERSE’ POSE ON THEIR WINDOWSILL

This funny picture shows a squirrel pulling a ‘Mr Universe’ pose on a windowsill.

65-year-old David Roberts snapped the tough-looking rodent in his garden in Glasgow.

Retired David said of his lucky moment with the critter, ”It was on the window ledge running about and looking in.” Basically, it was just acting like any other normal squirrel that makes its home in the gardens and parks around the Scottish city.

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Source: Good News Network