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25 Uplifting Headlines of the Week – Part 25

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Here are this week’s uplifting headlines.

1-5 Uplifting Headlines of the Week

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1. Lady was so happy at winning a fundraising raffle for St John she donated a further $180,000 to buy a new Ambulance which then ended up taking her to the hospital 3 months later. – Source

2. Ikea donates doll beds for cats at the animal shelter. – Source

3. California’s wildflower super bloom is so prolific you can see it from space. – Source

4. Whale rescued from fishing nets puts on a beautiful show for tourists off the coast of Cornwall. – Source

5. Kids rejoice as 45,000 Easter eggs drop from the sky. – Source


6-10 Uplifting Headlines of the Week

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6. Couple tips waitress $400, then offers to pay $10,000 of her student debt. – Source

7. Search for Haitian boy results in hundreds of children rescued from human trafficking rings. – Source

8. Love at first touch, the blind couple gets 3d printed copy of their unborn babies ultrasound. – Source

9. A mother mourning dove set up her nest on the front of a police vehicle, and the Pearland Police Department says they will patiently wait for the eggs to hatch. – Source

10. Firefighter Andrew Klein pulls the unconscious dog from burning apartment, gives him CPR to save his life. – Source


11-15 Uplifting Headlines of the Week

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11. Bomb Squad organizes beeping Easter egg hunt for blind children. – Source

12. 94-year-old Jiji was grumpy and bored of life. Then he met Kinako the cat. – Source

13. Two-meter-long meth-addicted python sent to prison rehab in Australia. Narcotics cops discovered him living in a meth lab during a raid and rescued the poor guy, who was nursed back to health and sobriety by prison inmates and guards over seven months. – Source

14. World’s oldest gorilla celebrates 60th birthday in Berlin. – Source

15. Toyota introduces wearable robotic leg for patients severely paralyzed on one side of the body. – Source

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