COVID-19: Pet dog sent on an errand to buy groceries by a man in self-quarantine

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This Coronavirus is bringing out the worst and the best in humanity and even all creations as we join hands, minds, and hearts together to drive it away.

Due to that most families have been quarantined, isolated or placed under lockdown in several cities and towns around the globe.

However, as we hide from this deadly disease, we can’t survive also in isolation without the needed necessities of life.

That was how a man called Antonio Muñoz from Mexico was able to send his pet dog Chihuahua on an errand to buy groceries for the family.

He carefully wrote what he needed on a paper and tucked it together with money into the collar of the dog and sent him away.

The inscription on the paper reads:

“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.”

The dog was able to go the shop and was served with the pack of orange Cheetos held between its little gnashers.

 

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