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Ever notice how dogs and cats (sometimes) love to have their butt or tummy scratched? Touch is a powerful thing and even animals with “tough” exteriors enjoy a little rub. Take this large group of turtles!

A woman at the Singapore Botanic Gardens found that turtles love this affection. She frequently visits the area with a scrub brush and dozens of turtles flock to the water’s edge awaiting their turn.

Nur Hafiza Ariffin happened upon this heart-bursting sight and took a video.

Spreading kindness in every way possible.May Allah bless this beautiful aunty.I went to Botanical Gardens yesterday and saw this delightful sight, Aunty was happily scrubbing thick green algae off the backs of them cute terrapins.The terrapins happily came towards her to get their backs cleaned and once its done they cutely walked off. MasyaAllah such a heartwarming sight.Everyone needs a good back scrub once in a while, right!“Every act of kindness is charity.” ❤️A Beautiful qoute from our beautiful Prophet Muhammad (Peace be upon him)This video is exclusively managed by T&T Creative Media. For licensing / permission to use please contact licensing@tt-creative.com

Posted by Nur Hafiza Ariffin on Saturday, July 27, 2019

“I went to Botanical Gardens yesterday and saw this delightful sight, Aunty was happily scrubbing thick green algae off the backs of them cute terrapins.

The terrapins happily came towards her to get their backs cleaned and once its done they cutely walked off. MasyaAllah such a heartwarming sight.”

And it is! I could watch this for hours!

She continues with, “Everyone needs a good back scrub once in a while, right!”

No doubt. And this whole dose of adorableness made me realize that even the smallest of animals need love too.

“Every act of kindness is charity.”

So very true. Hope this made your day, like it did mine.