Good News: Dogs, Pigs, and a Very Lucky Cat
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Here are a few more good news stories making the rounds . . .

1.  A herd of cows in Germany adopted a wild boar piglet that got separated from its family.  They’ve been taking care of it for about a month.

2.  An emotional support dog that works at a middle school in Ohio just got its own yearbook photo again for the second year in a row.  (Here’s the photo.)

3.  A 10-year-old girl from Ukraine named Agnessa left with her family when Russia invaded, and had to leave her cat behind.  But after a VERY big effort from lots of people, she just got him back.

They were in Romania before relocating to northern California.  And on their flight over, they made friends with a stewardess named Dee Harnish.  She stayed in touch and heard about the cat, who’d been with Agnessa’s uncle.

So she made some calls and got a charity involved.  Then the uncle took the cat to Moldova on his motorcycle, where someone else took it to Romania.  A woman vacationing in Greece cut her trip short to go get him.  And 7,000 miles later, Agnessa got her cat back.