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UPS Drivers Are Sharing Sweet Photos of Dogs They Meet on Their Routes

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You’ve all heard the tale of the innocent mailman getting attacked by the family dog while making his latest drop-off. Although statistics may show this is sometimes the reality, it appears that the classic story is now being rewritten with a sweeter-than-ever plot twist.

Here for your daily dose of cuteness, UPS drivers have started sharing photos of the dogs they meet on their routes — and the results are more delightful than you could ever imagine.

The images appear on a Facebook page called “UPS Dogs,” which includes both solo shots of the pups, as well as images of the drivers posing with the friendly canines. As you scroll through the posts, you’ll learn the stories of each adorable dog — from those that will make you laugh to those that will simply break your heart. And just when you thought the site couldn’t get even better, you’ll also be able to view additional dog-related videos and articles.

So far, the page has amassed over 15,000 likes, with hundreds of comments pouring in on individuals photos each day. And the sweet responses are not only directed towards the adorable pups.

“Thank you so much for posting this…Everyday hero UPS DRIVERS,” one user commented on a post about a driver who saved an abandoned dog he encountered on his route.

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With its lovable images and beautiful narratives, it’s no surprise that the Internet is currently melting over the page. And while we don’t want to speak for the rest of the population, we know we’ll bookmarking this page in our favorites for repeated viewing.

And on that note, we leave you with this: An eager pup waiting for his daily delivery of doggy treats.

I mean look at him — who could resist that face?! (Answer: Definitely not us, and probably not the postman either).

h/t Travel + Leisure

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