19 Mar 2016

Why These Millennials Live in a Retirement Home?

While this may appear to be a purely financial decision at first, I think there are a lot of KindnessKarma points that come out of these Millennials deciding to live their lives this way! It also allows them to understand the older generations and learn from them… a win-win!     Click here to add…

14 Mar 2016

Kindness wins Awards!

A touching ceremony highlighting that Kindness is Kick Ass… A well deserved award for someone that does a lot for a lot of children, men, woman and animals… That said, you don’t have to be famous to do something kind for others! Visit the link below to learn more. Click here to add a post…

10 Mar 2016

Puppy Saves Life of Sleeping Boy Unaware of Diabetes Threat

When the seven-year-old’s blood sugar level dropped alarmingly low during his sleep, his diabetes-sniffing dog leapt into action, and into Luke’s parents’ bed, to alert them of the danger.

26 Dec 2015

MiFlight: Avoid Airport Aggravation!

How long is the airport security line? Every flyer wants to know. The answer is here. And we're all part of the solution.

05 Mar 2016

No Dog Left Behind.

When this woman saw the conditions of a shelter and the dogs inside, she stepped in and saved the day.

03 Mar 2016

Woman Can’t Decide Which Dogs to Save… So She Buys the Entire Shelter

Danielle Eden is no stranger to hell. She usually brings a few dogs back from there. As cofounder of Dog Tales Rescue and Sanctuary, she has visited countless animal shelters throughout the world. And often she would bring dogs in the most dire circumstances back to the rescue’s own rolling 50-acre property in King, Ontario.…

12 Feb 2016

Helping a hawk

Found this guy in Golden Gate Park while walking my dog. My friend was nice enough to bring me the supplies I needed to safely capture the bird. I was then able to transport him/her to a wildlife rehabilitation center. If you come across an injured or sick wild animal, please don’t do what I…

08 Feb 2016

Man Builds “Dog Train” for Rescued Pups

Eugene Bostick may have officially retired about 15 years ago, but in some ways that was when his most impactful work began. Not long after, he embarked on a new career path of sorts — as a train conductor for rescued stray dogs.