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United States Presidents and Their CUTE Pets

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Franklin Roosevelt

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FDR is one of the greatest presidents that the USA has ever had. He is the 32nd president and his best friend was a Scottish terrier, which was named Fala.

Dwight Eisenhower

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Eisenhower became the 34th president in 1953. The 34th president had a dog named Heidi and Heidi is the only dog to have ever been banned from going in the white house due to too many accidents on very expensive rugs. Oh boy!!

Lyndon Johnson

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Johnson was the 36th president of the United States and he took office in 1963. Johnson was a lover of dogs and he had a few of them, but his favorite dog was named Yuki who was a mutt.

Richard Nixon

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Nixon who became the 37th president of the USA in 1969 had a cocker spaniel named Checkers. Nixon loved Checkers so much that he named a famous speech after the little guy.

Gerald Ford

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Ford was the 38th president of the United States and he was an avid lover of dogs. He loved Golden Retrievers and he named his dog Liberty.

Jimmy Carter

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Jimmy Carter became the 39th president of the US in 1977. His dog was born on the same day that he moved into the White House; a Border Collie by the name of Grits.

Ronald Reagan

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Mr. Reagan went into office as the 40th President of the United States in 1981. Reagan had a number of pets and farm animals like horses, but his love was his dog Lucky.

George H.W. Bush

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Bush took office in 1989 as the 41st President of the United States. Bush had a Springer Spaniel named Millie and Millie is quite possibly one of the most famous presidential pets ever.

Bill Clinton

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Bill assumed office in 1993 as the 42nd President of the United States. The Clinton’s brought their cat Socks along with them for their move into the White House.

Barrack Obama

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Obama became the 44th President of the United States in 2009. And the current holder of the 1st dog in office goes to Bo a Portuguese Water dog.

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Relive the Golden Age of Air Travel With These Jaw-Dropping Photos!

Mackenzie Freeman

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We may be living in the golden age of technology, but we are certainly not living in the golden age of air travel. If you looked at the cabin of a domestic airplane in the ’50s and ’60s and compared it to today’s models, there would be precious little overlap. In order to bring back some of that luxurious travel of yesteryear, we invite you to fly with us through 35 jaw-dropping photos from the Golden Age of Air Travel.

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Blind Golden Retriever Makes Fast Friends With His ‘Seeing Eye’ Companion.

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If you are a living and breathing human being like us, you hate to see innocent animals suffer. In 2016, Charlie, a golden retriever, would end up losing both of his eyes due to a medical emergency. As an older dog, Charlie didn’t have to grow up without his vision.  Naturally, his owners were concerned about how their dog would adapt to life without being able to see. They knew that they had to do something to help their furry family member, so they decided to adopt a ‘seeing eye’ dog. If you can sense how cute this story is about to be, get ready to grab your tissues. We wouldn’t blame you if you cried from cute joy.

Adam Stipe adopted Charlie when the golden retriever was just a puppy. After nine years together, Charlie ended up losing his left eye due to complications resulting from glaucoma. Within a year, Charlie would lose his right eye, as well. By this time, Adam and his wife Chelsea had emptied their retirement bank account in order to pay for the treatment that had kept Charlie alive. Adam and Chelsea had also recently become pregnant. Talk about sudden life changes! In order to prepare for the baby, as well as better the life of Charlie, they decided to make a change.

When New Year’s Day arrived in 2019, Chelsea and Adam would welcome Maverick into their home. Maverick was an excitable golden retriever puppy who was ready to make new friends. Adam and Chelsea had adopted Maverick for a multitude of reasons. First and foremost, they wanted to bring a puppy home to help Charlie get around the house. Second, Adam and Chelsea also wanted a puppy to grow alongside their newborn baby. While adding a baby and puppy to your house at the same time can be tough, the loving family managed to work it out!

After a bit of tension, Charlie and Maverick would soon become fast friends. In fact, you couldn’t walk around the house with the two golden retrievers running around together. According to Adam and Chelsea, Maverick quickly became a natural ‘guide companion’ for Charlie. Maverick learned to play with and guide Charlie around all without being told. According to Chelsea, “Maverick would realize that Charlie would lose the toy sometimes, so Maverick would pick it up and put it back in front of him to re-engage playtime.”

Due to Maverick’s kindness as well as Charlie’s own loving nature, both dogs have become the best of friends. According to Adam, Charlie has even begun to play like a puppy again. When Charlie was an ‘only dog’, he wouldn’t want to play nearly as much. Despite all the difficulties that life had thrown at Charlie, it is clear that he is being protected, loved, and cared for by the best furry friend anyone could ask for.

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Can You Believe What These Historical Figures Actually Looked Like?

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When we talk about historical figures, how real do they feel to you? Unless you lived during the time that those historical figures were active, you might treat them like concepts more than living and breathing figures. Today, we are going to give you a chance to see some of the most important people from history as they would actually look! Using 3D printing, CT scans, and CGI, teams of researchers were able to bring these forty legends to life!

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