This Instagram account of UPS drivers and found dogs will melt your heart

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UPS drivers drive all day long to deliver packages. On their routes, they met many people – but also their dogs. And some of these dogs are apparently so goofy, cuddly and lovable, that they’ve totally stolen drivers’ hearts. To honor the relationship with their four-legged friends they meet along the way, UPS drivers have started an Instagram page, and it will completely melt your heart.

UPS Dogs is an Instagram page ran by drivers, and they note that it’s not a UPS Corporate-sponsored site. There’s also a Facebook page, and it’s actually been around for quite a while. It was created in 2013, and it has grown in popularity immensely over the past six years. And I can totally see why.

“During each day, drivers encounter many dogs, most friendly and some not so nice,” the page description reads. “When time permits, drivers snap a photo and send it in to UPS Dogs. Our followers love the photos and the stories told as we share our love of these special relationships with these lovable creatures.”

Also, they don’t always get to befriend dogs. Sometimes there are other animals that wanna hang out, too.

In the endless sea of cynical, negative, cringeworthy and even terrifying content on the internet, I find pages like this to be a pure treasure. These photos are so wholesome and heartwarming. Even though I’m slightly more of a cat person, I love dogs too and these images have totally made my day. I’ll post some of my favorites below, and if you’d like to get your daily dose of positivity and wholesomeness, make sure to follow UPS Dogs on Instagram and Facebook.

[via Upworthy]

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