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The Viral Photo Of This Rescued Baby Will Melt Your Heart

This police officer worked hard to have this baby rescued but it was all worth it once he was hit with the adorable baby’s beaming smile.

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There is nothing better than a smiling baby. Everyone starts smiling once they see a baby smile. They are still learning how to control their muscles and figuring out the entire world, so when a smile washes over their face then it must be worth it. A policeman was recently the recipient of a much-deserved baby smile and it left him absolutely rocked. This police officer worked hard to have this baby rescued but it was all worth it once he was hit with the adorable baby’s beaming smile.

 

A mother had the unthinkable happen, she lost her child. She laid down to go to sleep on the pavement in Hyderabad, the capital of the southern India’s Telangana state. Quickly, the mother fell asleep with her 4-month old child next to her. She woke up at 4 a.m. to her worst nightmare, her baby was gone. Faizan Khan was the name of her child and he was nowhere to be found. This mom was now on a desperate search for her beautiful baby.
The mom searched high and low for Faizan but ended up getting nowhere. Eventually, she had to go to the Hyderabad City Police for help. The police jumped into the search and were quickly able to find the poor baby and even arrest the alleged kidnapper’s thanks to the help of some CCTV footage.

 


The men they arrested were supposedly going to sell Faizan to a man who wanted a baby for his relative to adopt. The man looking for a baby, named Mohammed Ghouse, was excited to finally find a child for his family member to adopt but was told that the two kidnappers would go about obtaining a baby legally. They decided not to do it the right way and went to the street in search of a baby they could steal. In their search, they found a mother who was asleep next to her child and snapped up the baby and ran off.
After the men brought the baby to Mohammed Ghouse’s house he knew something was wrong. Gouse immediately could tell that this baby was not attained legally and told the two men, 42-year-old Mohammed Mustaq and 25-year-old Mohammed Yousuf, to bring the baby back to wherever they had found it in the first place.

 

Shortly thereafter the cops rescued the baby and arrested these two men. The baby had been rescued and the police, as well as the mother, were ecstatic. The baby was still pretty traumatized from the scary adventure it had been on and was crying its eyes out, even handing the baby to his mom didn’t stop him from crying. That is when the police inspector decided that he would take the baby into his arms. He is the one that cracked the case and I guess the baby knew that. Once the baby was laid in Inspector Sanjay Kumar’s arms the baby stopped crying and started beaming.
The picture ended up going viral and has been shared and liked all over the internet thousands of times. Great work Sanjay, you truly are a hero.

 

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Things You Didn’t Know You Can Get Free On A Flight

Traveling can cost a lot of money, and traveling by plane can be one of the most expensive modes of travel. And it seems that as an airplane passenger you receive less amenities with each passing year. Not everything has to cost an arm and a…

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Traveling can cost a lot of money, and traveling by plane can be one of the most expensive modes of travel. And it seems that as an airplane passenger you receive less amenities with each passing year. Not everything has to cost an arm and a leg during your flight, here are some things that you can still get for free during your flight.

When the flight attendant comes around with the snack cart ask for more. When handed a cup of water, or a cup of soda with ice ask for the can or for the bottle. Unless the flight is running low, most flight attendants are glad to give them to you. If there are left over snacks the flight attendants are happy to serve them to you, so don’t hesitate to ask. Some airlines offer hot cocoa for the kids as a treat when serving coffee and tea to the adults. 

Traveling with children can be difficult, keeping them entertained during all of the chaos is always challenging. A wing pin is a great souvenir, something to treasure for years, and a gift the flight attendant may offer a well behaved child. But don’t be afraid to ask if no offer is made. If you ask at the right time, usually after the flight when the pilot isn’t working, you may even be able to get a cockpit tour. 

Need a sanitizing wipe for the armrest or tray table? Most airlines carry them. Need a first aid item? Most airlines carry the basic first aid supplies, and can even offer you a pain reliever if you have forgotten that all important bottle of ibuprofen. Get to know your flight attendant as they know what their particular airline has to offer. 

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Read This Before Traveling with Pets

Traveling with your four legged friends: The term family is so broad nowadays especially considering how we view our pets. My dogs are not just parts of my family but they are the bond that keeps us going. Today pets are becoming more intertwined in…

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Traveling with your four legged friends:

The term family is so broad nowadays especially considering how we view our pets. My dogs are not just parts of my family but they are the bond that keeps us going. Today pets are becoming more intertwined in our lives and going everywhere we go. Its rare that I go on a plane and their isn’t an emotional support dog sitting close to me. Everywhere we go is becoming more and more accessible for animals and over half of American’s travel with their pets.

I bring my guys with me whenever I can and it makes me happier to have them with me. Animals are important because they have positive impacts on our lives and we need more positivity in our world.

I would never put my animals underneath the plane or in a cargo bay, bit that is a personal preference. Some dogs are perfectly fine with going down in the cargo, but not my babies. For the pet owners like me, getting your pet registered as s support animal is the way to go.

It’s becoming easier to get your dog or cat or really whatever pet registered as an emotional support animal, which means you can literally bring them anywhere. It doesn’t matter what the reason, because of the ADA (American’s with Disabilities Act) its illegal for someone to ask you why you need the support.

Emotional Support Animal

This is the best way to travel with your pet because with a support animal, you are not restricted by where you can take your pet. The process is actually pretty easy and only takes a few steps. First, to technically have an emotional support animal, you need to suffer from some sort of mental or emotional disability, which 1 in 4 Americans have. These disabilities can range from PTSD all the way to anxiety. Once you are diagnosed with an issue, you need an official letter from a licensed clinical professional. Now all you have to do is find a reputable certification company like CertaPet to process your application and pass their screening process. Now with an official prescription for an emotional support animal, you can take your furry friend anywhere you go.

Consult your Veterinarian

Always check with your vet before you book your travel, some animals may not be suited for travel. It’s always good to consult your vet and get your entire pet’s shots and medicine before travel. Some destinations will require you to have a health certificate for your pet to pass quarantine. It’s also just a rule of thumb to see if your destination has a mandatory quarantine and for how long. Some countries and islands more specifically have stricter guidelines to protect their natural environment.

Food and Water

Make sure your pet has plenty of food and water.  It gets dry in the sky so on airplanes, they need extra water.  Many airports have animal relief stations now, which are basically little patches of grass so they can use the bathroom too.

Pet ID

Get your pets fresh identification in case they get separated. DO you have a new number or a local number of where you are going; it’ll help to have those on the tags.

Pet carrier

Make sure your pet will be comfy on the trip. Has your pet grown since your last trip? If so, they may be too big to fit in their old carrier.

Contact Airline

Every major airline has different rules and regulations regarding pet travel, so make sure you cross your t’s and Dot your i’s.

Check in and Book Early

Check in and book your flights early to save yourself a last minute headache. When checking in, make sure you let the airline that you have a pet, often they will let you board early and that is a great advantage.

Toys and Treats

Pack your pet’s favorite toys and treats so they are occupied. Nobody wants a bored puppy acting up on a long flight.

Pet Drugs

Many people tend to drug up their animal for a flight, while this may work for some, I prefer not to dope up my doggies. Also, it’s good practice to test out the sedatives before your trip so if your animal has any adverse affects they won’t happen 10,000 feet above the earth.

 

Hopefully this guide helps you travel with your furry friends and alleviates some of your concerns.

 

Photos Courtesy of HealthyPets, PetZiti, superCoolPets

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How to Pick your Travel backpack

Picking the right bag for your trip is going to save you so much hassle. The right bag will benefit you and make your trip easier, so make the right choice for your specific adventure. Weigh the pros and cons for what you will be…

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Picking the right bag for your trip is going to save you so much hassle. The right bag will benefit you and make your trip easier, so make the right choice for your specific adventure. Weigh the pros and cons for what you will be doing, where you will be going and more importantly, how are you traveling. These all will determine what bag to chose, Backpack or Suitcase. Just remember, every journey is different, so a bag that worked for a work trip to Minneapolis may not work as well on a trip to the Nile River Delta.

 

Suitcase versus Backpack

First, you must decide to bring a suitcase or backpack? Each has their advantages and disadvantages, so chose wisely. Suitcases are better if you are traveling to one location and not moving for a longer period of time. Backpacks however are better in almost every other situation.   Suitcases are awkward to carry around, they seem to get damaged easier than backpacks and are just not as efficient. I can pack so much more in my backpack than I can in a suitcase of comparable size.  

If you have physical restrictions like back problems, then surely you should choose a roller suitcase, but for all others, go backpack.

 

What to look for

So, we decided on a backpack, I guess you are going on an adventure. If you chose a suitcase then you should read another blog by some nerd who only uses suitcases.

Ok, now that we got that out of the way, here is my backpack picking protocol.

 

Water Rating

Check out the fabric to see what it’s water rating is, which is a very important and you’ll thank me later. Waterproof is the best but water-resistant is acceptable depending on your trip. If you are going white water rafting, maybe choose water proof, all other trips water resistant should be fine.

 

Lockable

Does your bag have a built in lock? That is important if you are flying or staying in a hostel or other group living situation. Think about it, the bag has all your belongings for your trip so you want to make sure your stuff is safe. Nobody wants some stranger rummaging through their stuff while they sleep.

 

How Many Pockets

This is a crucial question to ask, because you want to know how much packable space the bag offers. These numbers are usually offered in cubic feet.   It also matters how you pack, so make sure you read my blog on packing tips to get the proper techniques. The amount of pockets and the space they provide is very valuable information to help determine which bag to use.

 

Frame?

Does the backpack have a frame and is the frame external or internal. Frames help to distribute the weight of a bag on the person’s back, to make carrying more efficient. Check out all three types of bags: frameless, external and internal frames, to see what suits your needs and preferences better.

 

Padding

How’s the padding, is it soft enough or is it hard or just plain cheap feeling? Does the back have ample padding as well for the shoulder pads? I prefer a good amount of padding on the shoulders, as this is the area that carries the most weight.

 

Size

How big is the bag and how easy will it be to navigate your trip with this bag fully packed on your back? Trial and error is probably the best way to determine these aspects.

 

Price

Finally, how much are you willing to spend on such a bag and what’s too much? This all boils down to personal preference and your bankroll. I would tend to stay away from the cheaper bags because they will be made poorly and you don’t want your bag to break mid trip.

 

Good luck finding the perfect bag for your adventure and remember proper preparation makes for a better trip.

 

Read the full article over at NomadicMatt

Photos Courtesy of physictourism, ubelong, TravelHack, travelfashiongirl

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