Twin Paramedics Whose Dad Died of Cardiac Arrest Saved a Man Suffering Same Condition the First Time Working Together:
Steve and Angie Mills Paramedic twins – SWNS
Paramedic twins whose dad died of a cardiac arrest 21 years ago saved a man suffering the same condition in a tag-team effort, only a day after the anniversary of his death. Angie Mills and her brother Steve Mills were only working together by chance during a rare joint shift as part of the same ambulance crew when they resuscitated the patient, whose heart had stopped beating for five minutes. Steve works for the London Ambulance Service as an Emergency Medical Technician, but Angie is a 999 call handler, so the pair are not part of the same team. But they were out in the same ambulance earlier this month when Angie decided to shadow a frontline crew for the day. The twins, from southeast London, were initially called to a man who had fallen, but soon after arriving both had to jump into action to save his life. Thanks to their quick thinking, the man was revived and began talking again, despite having no heartbeat for five minutes.
Newborn Calf with Smiley-Face Markings is Named ‘Happy’ and Will Graze on a Farm For Rest of His Life:
Happy the Cow – Bellbrooke Holsteins, released
Happy the cow was never destined for greatness, born as he was a bull on a dairy farm. Yet despite his inability to produce milk, Happy had another valuable skill that began working the minute he dropped onto the grass of Barry Coster’s dairy—making people smile. The Holstein calf was born with a smiley face on one side of his body, a result of the naturally random black and white markings typical of their breed. Rather than joining the mating bull herd, Happy’s unique markings have landed him a role on the farm in perpetuity. Mr. Coster said many workers were keen to have him around as a mascot. So Happy is continuing to make people smile and is one heck of a natural lawnmower.
Almost Every Cat in Viral Tik Tok Video is Adopted from the Kansas City Animal Shelter:
Credit: Wayside Waifs Animal Shelter / Tiktok
With the knowledge that dogs are easier to adopt out than cats, a Kansas City animal shelter took to social media with a simple, yet clever video to even the odds. But Wayside Waifs Hospital and Shelter did more than even them, they managed to get all but two of their shelter cats adopted after the video went viral on TikTok, garnering a million views, and 2,500 shares.
Twin Paramedics Whose Dad Died of Cardiac Arrest Saved a Man Suffering Same Condition the First Time Working Together - Good News Network
Newborn Calf with Smiley-Face Markings is Named ‘Happy’ and Will Graze on a Farm For Rest of His Life (goodnewsnetwork.org)
Almost Every Cat in Viral Tik Tok Video is Adopted from the Kansas City Animal Shelter (goodnewsnetwork.org)