I NEVER WANT THIS POST TO END
Saving dauphins is expected, but this guy saves a shark!!!
Thank you sir, for showing us there’s still some hope for humanity!
I had a look at the original video and news articles about this. Apparently the man was fishing and accidentally hooked the great white shark, but cut it loose; then he realized the poor thing was beached. What you don’t see here is what’s possibly the most awesome part: he realized the shark still had his hook in its mouth and went to the effort of removing the hook.
From the mouth of a live, distressed great white shark.
Which he then got back into the water and set free.
His name’s Shane Cox, and he’s a pretty damn awesome Australian for that.
This is adorable and wonderful!
— Judy Blume (via thelifeguardlibrarian)
"How do you like living alone, Henry?" I ask myself.
"I’ve got a better question," I reply. "What if all my hoodies sat at the dining room table like they were friends?"
Hiding in the drawer, passing out high fives. #getoutoftherecat
Linus is a 1-yr old from Forever Paws in Fall River, Massachusetts. He lives with a middle-aged man and his grumpy old cat, and serves notice that neither of them may be grumpy while he is in the room, because life is full of cute things and laughter and he is happy to be here. When he’s not sleeping or watching the birds from his perch in our 3rd floor (attic conversion) apartment, he’s dreaming up new and cunning ways to sneak up on grumpy old kitty and get her to wrestle. Some day, grumpy cat, some day. Til then, he defers, planning, scheming, but mostly purring and sleeping.