There's something undeniably amazing about cute, little puppies and children. Seriously, they can brighten your day like nothing else.
I remember being in the worst depression of my life after getting dumped years ago. When my sister's cat, Felix, who never wants to hang out with me, crawled onto my lap and curled up into a little ball, I just bawled my eyes out in happiness, petting the sweet little guy who kept nuzzling up to me.
There's a reason why "therapy animals" exist - it's because they work. And this guy's 95-year-old grandmother with Alzheimer's is a clear example.
The touching post was retweeted almost 2,000 times and garnered a ton of likes.
I mean I could sit here all day posting cute photos of dachshunds, and I want to, but I think you get the point. If you or anyone you know would benefit from a therapy animal, you can hit up the National Service Animal Registry for more information.