This bachelor party story will make you cry. Like, gather the largest box of tissues possible. If you don't have one, get yourself to CostCo STAT.
No, it's not an emotional story because the groom did something he shouldn't have, it's because he and his bros found 101 dalmatians!
OK, they actually only rescued a dog and her seven puppies and then adopted them all, but still...
One bachelor party from Vicksburg, Michigan was celebrating the groom's final days as a single gentleman in the Tennessee woods. Sure, that sounds like the premise for a pretty stellar horror film, but this story is more of a Hallmark movie (but with 100 percent less Christmas).
Instead of making it rain at the strip club, the group shelled out some serious cash to take care of a bunch of dogs. (In my opinion, the groomsmen should all be eligible for the next season of "The Bachelor.")
That's how some bros became heroes... or dare I say, "he-broes?" I'm sorry. I should have never combined those words like that.
The party first became suspicious that something was up when a dog appeared at their cabin door.
"KNOCK, KNOCK! IT'S ME, A DOG, AND I LOVE YOU."
After giving the dog, who appeared malnourished and dehydrated, some water, they followed the dog to a spot in the woods that she seemed to be guarding.
While the location didn't hide buried treasure, or the body of a missing person, it was an adorable discovery.
The bachelor party uncovered seven adorable, and surprisingly well-fed, pups.
Eight men for eight dogs? This was truly fate.
Now, all eight pooches have been adopted by the groom, his groomsmen or their relatives, and they all live extremely close to each other. I'M NOT CRYING, YOU'RE CRYING.
The groom Mitchell Craddock said that their initial funds for partying went toward puppy-ing, saying,
We pooled a bunch of money to buy food and beer. After the third day, our beer fund turned into puppy food fund.
Truly, this was money well spent.