It may be impossible to dial back the clock to reclaim the all the unbridled happiness of youth - but old as we get, the pure pleasure of spending time with a puppy is one that cannot be outgrown.
Sergeant Tony Marshall from the Kingston Police in the U.K. recently paid a visit to the Star & Garter nursing home, along with five playful police dogs. After delivering a safety presentation, Marshall stuck around to introduce the facility's residents to his furry colleagues - including Daisy, an 11-week-old police pup in training.
Not wanting the less-mobile patients to miss out on the experience, Marshall took the puppy upstairs to visit with them as well. There, Daisy made the acquaintance of a woman named Muriel, who, sadly, seems to have been a little short on joy of late.