Train model builder Tom Miller has built an amazing ride-able scale railroad around his property on 18055 SW Seiffert Rd in Sherwood, Oregon. The house is now on sale for $3.5 million. Take a video tour around this amazing property.
That's right, a cat cafe (that's a cafe filled with cats) is coming to the City by the Bay later this year. Founders David Braginsky and Courtney Hatt, who have dubbed the cafe "KitTea" describe their business as "part 'gourmet tea house' and hart 'cat and human oasis.'"
The goal of KitTea is to not only provide homeless cats with a place to call home, but to also bring humans and cats together in purrfect harmony. Here's how the cafe is described to work:
Patrons will partake of all the enjoyment and therapy that cats provide, while enjoying healthy blends of exotic teas that are ecologically sourced from around the world. Our cats will enjoy a high-quality, elegant home constructed expressly for their pleasure.
Right after giving birth to her own kittens, Della, the cat, came across three tiny ducklings. She found the baby ducks only an hour or so after she gave birth, which made her instinctively protective of any small, warm and fuzzy creature. If Della had come across the ducklings outside this unique window of time, the birds' fate would have been an entirely different outcome.
Fisherman, Marcos Carramao de Farias, spotted a baby dolphin trapped in a plastic bag off the coast of Sao Paulo, Brazil. After he and a fellow angler helped free the dolphin, it gives a happy little dance in the water that can easily be interpreted as an ecstatic "thank you."
Refe Tuma and his wife have a very special set of pranks that they pull on their daughters every November - DINOSAUR PRANKS. In a move they call "Dinovember," their daughters' plastic toys "come to life" every night and wreak havoc on the Tume household. As Refe puts it, " In a time when the answers to all the world's questions are a web-search away, we want our kids to experience a little mystery. All it takes is some time and energy, creativity, and a few plastic dinosaurs."
Makes you feel good, doesn't it?
Check out more pictures from the ongoing project here!