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Texas Army Veteran Gifted His Family's Dream Home: 'I'm Very Thankful'
David Speights could not afford a house; then PulteGroup gifted him with a 4-bedroom home now being built — the 75th home it's given a veteran since 2011
Rescuers Reunite Baby Sloth and Mom Separated on Costa Rica Beach by Playing Tiny Sloth's Call
Costa Rica's Jaguar Rescue Center made sure to get a baby sloth back to its mother using a tested technique the wildlife center created
London Zoo Successfully Hand-Raising 5 Penguin Chicks with the Help of Several Stuffed Animals
In celebration of Queen Elizabeth's Platinum Jubilee, the London Zoo named the five Humboldt penguin chicks after important moments in Her Majesty's 70-year reign
How Artist Stephanie Hongo Transforms Household Trash into Eco-Friendly Animal Masterpieces
Stephanie Hongo creates intricate sea creatures, realistic-looking jungle animals and other critters out of garbage ranging from old toothbrushes to retired hair dryers
Florida Zoo Baby Sloth Meets Dad for the First Time in Adorable Moment Caught on Video
A baby Hoffman’s two-toed sloth born at Florida's St. Augustine Alligator Farm Zoological Park in February recently met their father Teddy and gave him a sniff
New Jersey Boy Has Surfed Over 700 Days in a Row to Raise Money for Various Causes
"It feels good to help people," says 11-year-old Carter Doorley, who hopes to inspire other kids
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Neglected Husky Dog Gets a Second Chance and Helps Pet Nonprofit Reach 10 Million Adoptions
The adoption of a Texas husky named Balto marks the ten-millionth pet adoption for PetSmart Charities
Adventurer and His Feline 'Soulmate' Hike, Kayak, and Climb the U.S. Together
"I love how he is so curious about the world," JJ Yosh says of his Bombay cat Simon, who loves to go on adventures with his owner
Georgia Teen Sews 'Tiny Hugs' to Comfort NICU Babies and Their Families: 'It Felt Really Good'

"I heard they were alone in the hospital I was like wow, they really need this," 18-year-old Bryn Hammock tells PEOPLE about why she started her Tiny Hugs project for NICU babies