Rufus's flashback to when he last saw Penny, alone on her bed, sad because she wasn't adopted, and comforts her with his "Faith is a Bluebird" poem. The music that plays in this scene is also tear jerking. As is Penny saying "I love you, Rufus" while petting the grandfatherly cat.
If 'Faith is a Bluebird' doesn't make you tear up a little, you are not human.
Faith is a bluebird you see from afar.
It's for real, and as true as the first evening star.
You can't touch it, or buy it, or wrap it up tight;
But it's there just the same, making things turn out right.
The "Tomorrow is Another Day" montage.
Miss Bianca cuddling up with Bernard on their way to Louisiana.
Penny praying, not only for herself, but for her teddy, Rufus, and all the kids at her orphanage, and that she and they will all find happy homes and be adopted by new families.
The entirety of 'Someone's Waiting For You'. Some of the most gorgeous lyrics ever; not even necessarily the most poetic, but beautiful in their simplicity, and sung with an incredible amount of emotion.
Be brave, little one... make a wish for each sad little tear... hold your head up, though no one is near; someone's waiting for you...
The Rescuers Down Under
Marahute thanks Cody by taking him on the ride of his life, and gives him a feather.
Cody is kidnapped by McLeach and the boy is dragged away with no other human knowing what has happened and no help will ever come. However, one mouse begs to differ as he rushes to a mouse radio transmission station to start a message relay to New York City to alert the Rescue Aid Society. In this sequence, you see a whole network of mice who have dedicated their lives to ensure that for the forgotten and oppressed, help is on the way.
Bianca: Oh, Cody, you mustn't give up hope. Bernard is still out there.
Jake: That's right. If there's anyone that can bail us out of this scrape, it's old Bernard. (surreptitiously) Nice bluff, Miss B.