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Unlikely Friendship Changes Everything For This Immigrant And Her Family2m58s

Unlikely Friendship Changes Everything For This Immigrant And Her Family

At age 35, Cassie Camilo needed to make a life changing and heartbreaking decision. The loss of her Mom, a divorce, and financial dire straits left her with only one option… to leave her 2 small children behind in her homeland of Brazil and move to the United States of America in hopes to find a better life for her family. Cassie had heard stories of other women who came to work in the United States and would send their money back to help support their families. But leaving her 9 and 10-year-old children Jordan and Luana was the toughest thing she ever had to do in her life. Cassie was working two manual labor jobs when she met Peter DeRosa, a successful restaurateur in Westport, CT. He hired her as a dishwasher and soon became her fast friend. Peter helped her in many ways including paying for her to learn English and enrolling her in community college. "I could tell that she is a special person. So, I did my share to try and help her whenever possible," said Peter. Motivated by one day seeing her family again, Cassie worked hard at numerous jobs and gained a lot of respect from Peter. "He helped me a lot and everything changed with Peter." He even encouraged her to become a citizen. "Peter is my angel. I believe God sent me him," says Cassie. Cassie got her happily ever after! Soon after Cassie was done with community college, she started her own cleaning business, again with the help of Peter and called it "Happy Angels." She was reunited with her kids, and about two years ago she married the love of her life, Jeremy Ramos.

Chimpanzee mother gives helping hand to baby44s

Chimpanzee mother gives helping hand to baby

A cute hungry baby pygmy chimpanzee (bonobo) from the Twycross Zoo in England desperately attempts to get up to the ledge where its mother is. When it doesn't manage to do it, mom is there to give a helping hand! She reaches out for the little one and pulls it up. What an incredible moment!

Published: April 20, 2017Updated: April 21, 20172,470 views
Lioness plays with GoPro in Greater Kruger National Park2m36s

Lioness plays with GoPro in Greater Kruger National Park

Christof Schoeman has the tradition of putting GoPros down in the bush to see what cool sightings he can capture. He has filmed almost all of the different types of species interacting with the camera as they walk past it - leopard, lion, elephant - you name it! Christof (30-year-old professional field guide decided to place his GoPro strategically in the middle of a frequented trail towards a watering hole in hope that a lion would discover it and take it on a joyride, and he was certainly not left disappointed!

Hidden camera captures dog's naughty behavior1m22s

Hidden camera captures dog's naughty behavior

Poncho the rescue dog from Mexico is quite a character. She has some strange habits and one of them being she always rolls the front mat into a ball when Brent and Elsa leave home. Being a habit they have been unable to break and until now did not know how or when Poncho completed this task once they left home, Brent setup the camera and began recording. Within 7 minutes of leaving, Poncho had scoped out the area, made a plan, and being very aware or her surroundings she found the camera but still proceeded!

Cat rescues human from kitten1m10s

Cat rescues human from kitten

2-month-old Kodi was getting a little too aggressive with his human, so big sister Shorty stepped in to put him in his place! Good kitty!

Published: April 19, 2017Updated: April 21, 2017924 views
This Is My Milk Get Your Own1m05s

This Is My Milk Get Your Own

We made friends with a baby orangutan at a zoo in Thailand. We had our pictures taken with her and a funny moment happened when we gave her some milk. Enjoy! Oh our daughter was safe please don't worry :)

Published: April 20, 201762 views
Cat who 1m19s

Cat who "no one" wanted is grateful to finally get a hug

Valentino was the unfortunate cat no human would touch, and for many reasons. The kitty’s fur was hardened and riddled with grime. His eyes were shut from being too caked and swollen for him to see anything. On top of that, the poor thing suffered from sarcoptic mange, a condition that is highly contagious to both cats and humans. But when Elaine Seamans passed by Valentino’s cage at the Baldwin Park animal shelter last week and heard his cry for help, she knew what to do.

Published: February 22, 2017Updated: April 20, 201715,735 viewsVirality: 10%
Raystown Ray: Pennsylvania's Loch Ness Monster3m10s

Raystown Ray: Pennsylvania's Loch Ness Monster

What is the Raystown Ray? It was first reported in 1962 inside the "old dam" in Huntington County, Pennsylvania. The creature is about 50-60 ft long with a serpentine-like body and a snake-like head. The creature is usually seen in the spring time. What do you think? Real or fake? Let us know!

Published: April 18, 2017Updated: April 20, 2017356 views
Shark swims under diver to photobomb moray eel video25s

Shark swims under diver to photobomb moray eel video

Moray Eels sticking out of their lair in broad daylight are an interesting sight for divers and one worth video taping. This diver was doing just that when a very curious shark squeezed between him and the coral to get a look at what was happening. The shark circles back and heads straight for the camera to have a sniff and a nibble before he cruises past another diver. Nurse sharks are gentle creatures that will often follow divers and swim among them for an entire dive. Possibly hoping for food, or simply curious and friendly, they are like the lost puppy dogs of the deep.

Published: April 19, 2017Updated: April 20, 20172,413 views
Einstein the Parrot wants a cookie29s

Einstein the Parrot wants a cookie

Einstein wants a cookie! Watch as he holds and brings an imaginary treat up to his beak. He’ll then remark how good it is and when he’s all done, he’s ready to go to the computer and get back to work! (Cookies are high in sugar and should not be given to parrots on a regular basis. As a treat, his owners give him a very small amount, about the size of a fingernail. No chocolate! Chocolate is toxic for parrots!)

Published: April 18, 2017Updated: April 20, 20174,020 viewsVirality: 5%
Dog does 'happy feet' dance for walk time39s

Dog does 'happy feet' dance for walk time

Murphy is a Leonberger cross who loves walks more than anything. A highly intelligent breed, they don't take long to understand the cues that it's time to head out. As soon as the shoes go on, Murphy knows what's up. He excitedly sticks his head in the leash box, whines and dances in front of the door. Murphy used to belong to a military serviceman but he was re-homed when his owner went off to serve. Now, he's living in the country with his second family and enjoying the good life again. Few things are as adorable as a dog's dance of joy!

Published: April 18, 2017Updated: April 20, 201714,824 views
Dogs learn to ring bell for treats1m17s

Dogs learn to ring bell for treats

Pashmak and Cassis are two dogs who have learned how to ring their bell in order to receive a tasty treat. Look at how they do it with such enthusiasm!

Published: April 18, 2017Updated: April 20, 20172,374 views