53 Dogs Who Are Just Too Pure For This World

53 Dogs Who Are Just Too Pure For This World

Dogs truly do make the world a better place.
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Animals are by far some of the most empathic creatures on the planet. Sometimes it seems even more so than humans. While cats have their moments, and fish don't really care for cuddles, dogs take the glory for being the most human out of the animal kingdom. They're loyal, loving, and despite what scientists say, they do have a soul. And boy oh boy, their souls are just too dang pure for this world sometimes. Here are 53 dogs who were too pure for this world:

1. When it's been awhile since he saw his bff:

2. When you open the front camera but it doesn't matter because you're so cute:

3. Ohana means family, family means nobody gets left behind or forgotten:

4. When this pupper knew you gotta dress to impress:

5. When your dog knows you like a book, and only half judges your life choices:

6. When the dog is actually the baby of the family

7. When this dog literally created happiness:

8. When this dog was just too innocent to be guilty:

9. When this dog knew he was serving looks:

10. When the insult went just a little too far:

11. When the before and after photos were proof enough that this doggo is a good boy:

12. When the force was too strong with this one:

13. When dogs sum up what it's like to have a sibling:

14. When the food testing is strictly business and not for personal reasons at all:

15. When this dog summed up how doctors visits make me feel:

16. When pinecones are life:

17. When this doggo thought ahead:

18. When your pup nurses you back to health:

19. When this dog got heckin bamboozled

20. When this dog proved he truly was man's best friend:

21. When this doggo isn't the best at fetch but at least she's trying:

22. When this dog helped his owner create a work of art:

23. When this dog was the definition of 'sharing is caring':

24. When this pupper has the quick fix to all your technological needs:

25. When you're the goodest boy to ever live:

26. When nap time is the best time:


27. When life is ruff but you're still optimistic:

28. When Ralph just wants to say hi to everyone:

29. When this dog has better manners than most people:

30. When this pupper just wanted to stop the scary noises:


31. When this doggo taught us to only pack the essentials:

32. When this doggo was just trying to make fetch happen:

33. When it doesn't pay to be kind:



34. When ball is life:


35. When you don't have to be perfect to be loved:

36. When this doggo took his oath seriously:



37. When the realization that his brother was possessed hit:

38. When this pooch is too polite for his own good:

39. When this doggo came with convenient sub-woofers:

40. When land doggo meets aqua doggos:

41. When you don't even notice 1/4 of the doggos isn't an actual doggo:

42. When this doggo had a better birthday than you did:

43. When this pup was the cutest nurse ever:

44. When this pup showed what true friendship looked like:

45. When this dog showed more compassion and humanity than most people do:

46. When this dog was heckin' framed:


47. Where can I buy one of these plants?

48. When this doggo was just trying to help you with your hardware needs:


49. When this good boy has had enough of coming in second place:

50. When even good boys have their limits:

51. But in the end, you're always their #1:


52. Fight on, my noble steed:

53. Because no matter what, good or bad, dogs will always be too pure for this world:

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My dad loves me when I am difficult. He knows how to keep the perfect distance on the days when I'm in a mood, how to hold me on the days that are tough, and how to stand by me on the days that are good.

He listens to me rant for hours over people, my days at school, or the episode of 'Grey's Anatomy' I watched that night and never once loses interest.

He picks on me about my hair, outfit, shoes, and everything else after spending hours to get ready only to end by telling me, “You look good." And I know he means it.

He holds the door for me, carries my bags for me, and always buys my food. He goes out of his way to make me smile when he sees that I'm upset. He calls me randomly during the day to see how I'm doing and how my day is going and drops everything to answer the phone when I call.

When it comes to other people, my dad has a heart of gold. He will do anything for anyone, even his worst enemy. He will smile at strangers and compliment people he barely knows. He will strike up a conversation with anyone, even if it means going way out of his way, and he will always put himself last.

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My College Move Caused My Little Sister To Develop Separation Anxiety

Students moving to college has a ripple effect on families that is too often overlooked

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Moving to college is a daunting experience for almost every first-year student. It can be lonely, awkward, and you might miss your family... a lot. It makes you realize that after living with your parents and siblings for eighteen years, the act of uprooting what you have always known and leaving it all behind, is a really strange thing to do. You are no longer surrounded by the core people that have made you who you are today. And while I was dealing with these circumstances, I failed to notice how it takes effect on my sibling's emotions.

While it was obvious that my parents were dealing with the great heartache of their first child leaving the nest, I never considered the distress that it would cause in the lives of my siblings. A whole person is taken out of the original family dynamic, changing the ambiance of their household life entirely. I feel that this is often disregarded, as every event from graduation, to move in day, is about the child who is leaving. But it wasn't until my family began to relay the distressing tendencies of my eleven-year-old sister, did I recognize that she was showing signs of depression. And the guilt hit me instantly.

My mom and dad would each call me on multiple occasions to tell me how often she seemed to not be present or was not eating enough. Whether at the dinner table, in the car, or out shopping on the weekends, they could not seem to lift her spirits. They would also complain that from the time she arrived home from school until bedtime, she remained in her room, on her phone or computer. Although for a preteen this is not unusual, it was shocking to us as she used to spend the majority of after-school time with friends, and later hanging out with the family until it was time for bed.

Finally, I came to the conclusion that her self isolation must stem from the fact that my parents went through a divorce a few years ago, leading to me becoming a motherly figure to her during the nights spent at my dad's house. And she was probably just starting to adjust to that agenda until I left for school in August. But she was not the only one left feeling like she was missing something.

Although my brother doesn't outright show that he was as affected by my departure, he has mentioned to me many times how neither house feels as home-like with me gone. Because of this, he disregards any attempt to better his home relationships and often uses his newly acquired car to drive to his friend's houses where he spends most nights. Although this is his coping mechanism, it leaves my sister home with only one parent or the other, feeling like a newly appointed only child.

The issue with this is that my parents don't know how to give proper attention to a metaphorical only child, nor do they have the time. My siblings and I always had each other to keep company so it was never an issue. Therefore, my sister is left lonely, and slowing receding into mildly depressive tendencies. And no matter how often I encourage her to call me and discuss her feelings, I get the idea that she doesn't believe that anyone will understand, or that she feels as though discussing her feelings becomes a burden to others.

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