There's a new Christmas ad about cute abandoned kittens and nah, too emotional
Far too fragile for this today, to be quite honest with you.
Christmas can be a lovely time of year.
But it also be a fairly crap time of year when it comes to loneliness, tragedy, and general upset.
It can also be a questionable enough time for animals. Especially the ones that tend to get abandoned when families realise they don't actually want them for life, but for a capped period of time.
Because, as we all know, people are awful and do not deserve nice things.
A few people who do deserves nice things though are all the lads working over the RSPCA, as they spend a lot of their time rescuing animas and making the fluffy friends' lives that little bit less awful.
All of this is portrayed in the organisation's Christmas ad but to be honest, if you're feeling at all a tiny bit fragile this afternoon you might want to give this one a miss.
Don't though, because it's extremely adorable.
The ad starts off with a little boy doing a load of nice things for animals including making a hedgehog hotel, not stepping on a snail, and rescuing a box of kittens from an abandoned car.
The little boy then grows up to work for the RSPCA, and continues to do lots of nice things for animals - but this time, he's getting paid for it.
Ideal scenario, to be honest.
You can watch the ad in full here.