Dogs do different weird things and make their owners laugh. At times you even get heart attack by seeing what they’ve done. Here’s Cartier, an adorable Corgi who has given his owners a small heart attack. On Facebook, a post was shared about this and the post had got more than 10k reactions and about 6k had commented on this. Also, about 11k had shared the story. Come let’s see what the story is.
#1 Cartier had given his owners a small heart attack
Cartier is the pet of the owners of the BLABLA-boo cafe shop which is in Ayutthaya, Thailand. On Facebook, they had shared how their pet gave them a mini heart attack. Cartier usually takes a walk and returns one time. But that day he had not returned on time. Therefore the owners had looked for him everywhere.
#2 He had been lying on the kitchen floor with all covered in red
After looking everywhere they had looked for him in the kitchen, and there he was found lying on the floor all covered in all red and a knife had been near him. For a while, the owners had been in complete shock until they had seen a red syrup bottled lying on the floor. And the bottle had been opened. Maybe little Cartier was doing some fun cooking in the kitchen and by mistake dropped the syrup bottle. And of course the red looks good so must have rolled around in the syrup.
#3 The red stuff turns out to be red syrup
#4 It might have been fun rolling on syrup
#5 here are some of his funny work
#8 People had commented saying that he must be given an oscar
#9 While some say that this was staged
What do you think about this? Is it staged or is it real? Surely leave a comment below saying what you think.
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