Thankful Thursday Blog Hop: When Young Children Do Good

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Hello everyone, welcome to our Thankful Thursday Blog Hop. I am always so very thankful to each of you for joining us! Each and every Thursday we share the things for which we are most thankful and we always enjoy reading all of the things you are thankful for too. If you are new to our Thankful Thursday Blog Hop, thanks for hopping in, we really do get excited when new blogger pals join us!

Today I’m thankful for young humans that smile and make the world a better place. Today I’m thankful for Emma, the little four year old girl with a big heart filled with love for bunnies. Yes, bunnies. Kitties and doggies aren’t the only critters looking for homes. Bunnies are adorable and need love and care too.

I’m thankful for Emma and for the Bunny Brigade South Carolina. You see, little Emma had two bunnies of her own, sadly one was called to the Rainbow Bridge early, but Emma loves bunnies. One day when she got her allowance she wanted to donate $1.25 to the Bunny Brigade, so her Mom helped her do just that.

Katie Elliot of the Bunny Brigade South Carolina thought it was really cute that a four year old wanted to donate $1.25 and posted it to their Facebook page. Others responded to Emma’s kindness and as of January 22 Emma’s $1.25 donation had grown to almost $1800. Way to go Emma!!!

If you want to read a really good story and meet Emma you’ll find it here:

https://www.independentmail.com/story/news/2021/01/25/childs-1-25-donation-led-strangers-donate-1-800-her-honor/6660208002/

If you’d like to help out the Bunny Brigade of South Carolina and help Emma’s donation grow you’ll find them here:

https://www.bunnybrigadesc.org/

We are so thankful to see the younger generation helping critters in such a powerful way. What are you thankful for today? Tell us in the comments and then join us for our Thankful Thursday Blog Hop. Remember, adopt cats, we deserve it!!!!! More Forever Homes More Often! Purrrrr! Zip! Later!

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42 thoughts on “Thankful Thursday Blog Hop: When Young Children Do Good

  1. meowmeowmans

    Oh wow, what a wonderful story about Emma and the Bunny Brigade. How great a little girl’s pure and good heart is doing so much good. And spreading love!

  2. messymimi

    Hooray for Emma! It is a joyful thing when children are raised to love and help animals. All of my children learned to help bottle raise orphaned kittens from the time they were very young.

  3. Timmy Tomcat

    That is one really great thankful Brian. It shows the wonderful power of kindness, compassion and caring and how small things done with the spirit of energy can pass unto others which is a beautiful thing. Thanks Emma

  4. Teddy

    What a SWEET story…….Bunnies need as much help as all of God’s other creatures finding a forever and safe home. Emma sure started something wonderful!

    Hugs, Teddy

  5. Madison

    We are huge rabbit hunters and we find it hard to believe, but Mom used to have house rabbits when she was a teenager! She still loves rabbits and says they do make fun pets. Glad someone is looking out for them but we can’t have any at our place.

  6. MadSnapper

    God bless little Emma, I have seen more and more people with bunnies as pets. they make a good pet for seniors, not much care and lots of loving… I am thankful for Emma and her fund raiser.

  7. Purrseidon

    Meowser, I like little ms. Emma! I once had a couple bunny brofurs, but they were very old, so I only had a couple years with them. Brian dear furiend, thank you for hosting this blog hop.
    Purrseidon

  8. Cathy Kennedy

    Brian,

    What a sweet story how little Emmy’s tender heart to give to the organization spurred others to contribute! It just goes to show small blessings do snowball into something bigger. Way to go Emmy!

  9. Sandee

    What a lovely little girl Emma is. She’s got a kind heart and we could use more of that.

    Thank you for hosting the Thankful Thursday Blog Hop.

    Have a fabulous Thankful Thursday. Scritches to all the kitties. ♥

  10. Ellen Pilch

    That is so sweet. I love bunnies, I was actually a crazy bunny lady before I became a crazy cat lady. Thanks for hosting. Have a nice day! XO

  11. A ShutterBug Explores

    Oh what a delightful 4 year old girl ~ so glad she helped the bunnies ~ and what a handsome kitty photo today ~ be well ~ happy day ^_^

    Moment by moment,

    A ShutterBug Explores,
    aka (A Creative Harbor)

  12. Cecilia Upchurch

    Children who are taught to love all critters great and small learn so many of life’s lessions, unconditional love and that every critter is to be love and respected. Emma learned this lesson very early her life will always be enriched by this. Hugs Cecilia

  13. Create With Joy

    Did you know that my first pet was a bunny named Mr Zip? My mom got him for me when I was a little girl for Easter. I loved Mr Zip – but she did not like the fact that he did not abide by her rules – so unfortunately, Mr. Zip was not a long-lasting member of our household!

    BTW, you are looking quite dapper in your photo today… 🙂

  14. The OP Pack

    Aww, that is so sweet and kind of little Emma. She has a great future ahead of her in being kind to animals. We see great things coming from her.

    Woos – Lightning, Misty, and Timber

  15. Adorapurr

    Momma has always wanted a bunny. Unfortunately she made a mistake getting Wabbit. He is not cuddly or sweet. The only thing he gotz going for him is being soft like a bunny.

  16. Cathy Keisha

    What an uplifting story! Yay for Emma.
    In other news, I stopped getting your feed in my email about the time you quit Twitter. I know they shouldn’t be related but thought I’d mention.

  17. Anne Robinson

    Great story! One of my relatives use to rescue bunnies. Also my girlfriends granddad raised domestic rabbits so when we were kids we loved to visit them . Love the photo and always good to be here. Thank you for always being so kind. Have a wonderful week.

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