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Father, Who Lost His Job, Wants To Buy A Toy For His Daughter, But He Doesn't Have Enough Money, Then Employee Gives It To Him!

The story of a man about the need for the help of an incredibly altruistic supermarket employee, when her daughter in the supermarket fell ill, became viral.



Maxwell T. Auger explained his story on Facebook, which became viral after Love What Matters on his side.


"Before few weeks, Chelsea, my daughter, was very ill, my wife had to go to work and my daughter had a fever and could not do anything anymore, I had to send the babysitter home and lose my job! Pediatrician and they gave me a list of the things I needed Everything went well, so I decided to travel to Meijers to get the things we needed, girl was alright, she was a good girl, she did not cry, cry or cry only it has been fun for 19 months, "wrote auger. 


The father also claimed to have bought a toy from his daughter because she does a very good job in the store. The father said that despite vomiting he still had to take things for his daughter. Suddenly it got worse - before he was rescued by a kind-hearted employee. Watch the video above to have more information.



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Cleaning Up Pet Odor After Pet Accidents

Even rigorously trained pets happen to have a few accidents sometimes. The downside of these accidents is the stain and pet odor left behind. This can be a difficult problem to tackle. You have a double job of cleaning up the stains as well as discouraging your pet from repeating the incident. The stain if left longer becomes harder to come off and requires special attention. If you follow a simple step by step process, you may be able to clean up better and in lesser time.


At first, identify the soiled area in the house. If the pet has soiled a carpeted area, then you may have to observe properly to demarcate the area. Black light can help in identifying even older urine stains. Once you have found the area, mark it with chalk.

Washable linen

In the case of washable items like bedding, sheets or other clothes, it is best to machine wash them. Just add a pound of baking soda to the regular detergent and wash the soiled clothes. If the stain or odor continues to be present after machine wash, then you may need to rewash them with an enzymatic cleaner.

Wash off the pet odor from carpets and upholstery

Fresh urine should be soaked up immediately. Use newspapers and paper napkins to absorb urine from the carpeted area. Place a thick paper napkin roll on the affected area and cover it up with a newspaper. Place some weight on this padding for some time, then replace it with new bedding. Once you are assured that you have soaked up as much as you can, then you need to rinse off the area with clean water. Make sure to rinse it two or three times and then remove the water with a wet vacuum.

Older pet odor and stains

Unfortunately, if the odor and stains have set, the cleaning job becomes more difficult. Try renting an extractor/wet Vac machine from the local hardware store to clean up the heavier stain. Once the area is completely rinsed off, use high qualitypet odorneutralizer to remove any traces of smell. Any residual stain can be removed by using carpet stain remover. Avoid steam cleaning and strong chemicals for cleansing the carpet and upholstery.

Soiled floor and walls

The paint on your wooden floors and wallpaper may react to the acid in the urine. You may need to refresh the paint in that case. Consult a local hardware store to know the best method to follow.

Pet re-training

You also need to re-train your pet to avoid the previously soiled area to relieve himself. You would need to make the accident area unappealing to the pet and encourage the use of bathroom. You can place the urine soaked paper napkin rolls and newspapers in the bathroom. When your pet smells the odor he would be encouraged to use the bathroom for urinating. You may also need to visit the veterinarian to rule out any physiological reason for the behavior.

The re-training period would need some time, may be a week or more. Positive reinforcements can help in faster pet training. It is also important to remove all traces of pet odor from the house to discourage your pet from repeating the accident.

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