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Christin Sander says
Diana Grant says
That's awesome and I'm sure it was much appreciated. I imagine it would wear on a person to have to try to sell something no one wanted just to scrape by.
We did that sort of thing a couple years ago. The Animal Welfare Society was having a flower sale. We didn't want any of the plants so we just donated $25.00 in the bucket.
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What a neat idea. So many little things people think of that are so kind.
Amelia Griggs says
absolutely. Many people would walk on by and your act helped someone who really needed it :)
why do they lose their kindness? I would hope it would inspire others to maybe do something they hadn't thought of before, but lets turn it negative.. good grief.
I asked the question to promote good will and positivity towards others. I hope the day never comes where you need to rely on someone's kindness either, since we tend to have returned to us what we dole out.
Your question was self-servicing. Acts of kindness do not need promotion. No patting on ones back is necessary.
You assume far to much and I think that speaks to your attempt at self-grandisment.
I wasn't looking for a pat on the back. I'm sorry you can't comprehend the purpose of the post which was to inspire and bring positivity to the Q&A that has been overtaken lately by so much spite and pettiness. You have the option to not answer.
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Debra Allen says
anyone who fosters and adopts animals is pretty swell in my book. Congrats on the new addition to your family. I just got done fostering a litter of kittens the mom abandoned. I know it's hard and rewarding :)