Good News: Puppies, Turkeys, and Forgotten Phones

Here are a few more good news stories making the rounds . . .

1.  A Southwest passenger forgot their phone in the terminal at the Long Beach airport in California.  And the plane had already pulled back from the gate, so it was too late to go get it.

But a worker on the tarmac helped out by jumping just high enough to hand it to the pilot through an open cockpit window.  Southwest posted the video on Twitter.

2.  An animal sanctuary called Gentle Barn is selling tickets to hug and cuddle turkeys ahead of Thanksgiving.  They’ve got three locations in California, Missouri, and Tennessee.

3.  Three different dog stories are in the news right now:  A police dog went missing in Iowa over the weekend, and was later found hanging out and playing with other random dogs.

Meanwhile, a dog that went missing in England is back home after wandering into a police station.

And a nine-year-old in the U.K. named Noah Ley tricked his parents into getting him a puppy.  They were thinking about it, but the mom wasn’t sure it was a good idea.  So while Noah’s dad was out, he pretended to be his mom . . . texted the dad GO FOR IT . . . and now has a new puppy named Lulu.

(Here’s a photo.)