As Covid-19 continues to spread worldwide, many countries have either gone into a complete lock-down or a partial one where citizens are only allowed outside their homes to get essential needs, in order to make sure the outbreak is eventually contained.
Just like people wearing dinosaur suits out to protect themselves, this man from Mexico did something ingenious as well to get what he desired.
Based on a write up by LadBible, on day 3 of his quarantine period, Antonio Munoz had an intense craving for some Cheetos and instead of calling the store and placing an order for delivery, he decided to trust his dog. Attaching a note on her back, he sent her on her way.
This is what the note read:
“Hello Mr. Shopkeeper. Please sell my dog some Cheetos, the orange kind, not the red ones, they’re too hot. She has $20 attached to her collar. WARNING: She will bite if not treated right. Your front neighbour.”
Such an uncontrollable situation could have gone the wrong way, with the money and/or the dog getting lost along the way. But to everyone’s extreme surprise, the dog came right back with a packet of orange Cheetos in its mouth!
It is unclear if Munoz went with his dog or whether his dog was just crazy intelligent, but what was clear was that, that cute doggo definitely did her owner and the rest of the world proud during trying times by being so adorably clever!
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