Saturday, July 2, 2011

Stranger Makes Life Changing Donation

One of those stories that restores all faith in people.

It can be tough out there for parents in a world populated by folks who rag on our strollers, refuse to let us feed babies their natural food in public, complain about our kids' crying, and more or less let us know they loathe their general existence in the world. Forget all that for a minute. It's time for a healthy dose of warm and gushy in the form of an incredible stranger who went out and bought a child with autism a new puppy after the kid's dog was stolen.
John De Bartolo could have just shook his head about the state of the world today. Instead, when he heard that a little boy with severe autism hadn't eaten in days because his faithful friend was gone, he went out and bought Mariano Paredes a new puppy. Oh, and that's not all. The diabetic who is almost completely blind held a garage sale to pull together the funds to buy a chihuahua pup for the 9-year-old he'd never met before. If this isn't a story of what our kids can inspire in strangers, I don't know what is.

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