And do you see cats taking drugs, driving while impaired, or wearing polyester clothing? I rest my case.
But, animals have soft hearts and often love people who clearly deserve no love. Take the case of Connie Lay, a former resident of Dearborn County, Indiana, who recently passed away. She was the human companion to a German Shepherd named Bella, and she could not face the Great Beyond without Bella by her side, so she stipulated in her will, according to her attorney, Doug Denmure, that upon her passing, Bella was to be euthanized to join her up in the clouds.
If Bella could talk, she'd surely say, "Thanks a lot, Connie."
But, just to make us all feel better about people in this Holy Week, here's a story about a woman named Megan Asadi, a waitress in Herndon, Virginia, a single mom and recent refugee from Iran, who was "tip bombed" $1200 on a $128 check.
The people who leave these large tips remain anonymous, but they seem to have enough moolah to pass some around, so let's wish them good luck! And for the servers I know and love, I hope they come your way soon!