!Whenever some people are feeling very hungry, they will do anything they can to be able to eat real food – even if that means scouring every nook and cranny of our kitchen. And, if you’re like them, you would do the same. Even this dog beats the clock just to eat dinner early.
My Daddy was a very smart man. He used to say that there are two kinds of people: one eats to live and the other lives to eat. I eat to live but Crusoe seems to live to eat. Which kind of person are you?
Are you on the same boat as a dachshund named Crusoe on this? He really loves to eat and he seems to have a smart way of addressing overwhelming hunger, especially in the afternoon.
Crusoe absolutely loves his dinner time meal, but he gets hungry as early as four in the afternoon. For his human, four in the afternoon is way too early for a doggy dinner. The main problem with this is that Crusoe rarely eats snacks. Most often, long before his 5 pm dinner, he gets hungry. So, what did he do about it?
Dog Beats The Clock Just To Eat Dinner Early
Crusoe’s owner is very particular about the timing for when dinner should be served. He insists that Crusoe will have to eat his meal at 5 o’clock or later. Being one smart pup, good old Crusoe came up with a marvelous idea. Why not make it 5 o’clock real soon? But how can manage to change the time of day? It’s easy – he simply turned the hands of the clock to make the actual time look like 5 p.m.!
Did Crusoe’s strategy work? Well, I guess you’ll have to find this out for yourself. Play the video below, and see how his approach turned out:
Of course, the footage was obviously staged, but I think that you would agree that it is amusing. Plus, Crusoe was an outstanding actor. He executed his role perfectly – it looked almost real.
Well done, Crusoe. However, that very same technique might not work a second time, just in case you get hungry before five. They already know how it’s done!
Other funny animal clips, both pro and con
Occasionally, you will see a FaceBook post that someone tries to pass off as real and spontaneous when it is obviously not. It most often involves either a child or an animal getting into some sort of mischief and is intended to be funny. I fail to see the humor in them and will not “like” or share them. Have heard from others who feel the same way.
Some of them are potentially hilarious and, if presented in a manner that did not try to fool people into believing that they actually happened, could go viral. I will not mention anyone specifically as I would not wish to embarrass them. Hopefully, they will get the message and change the way they present their entertaining clips.
Too funny for words
There are some people who have the creativity to come up with very funny ideas and the technological know-how to make them work. When they include those two talents with their ability to work with animals, the outcome is often hilarious.
The two video clips below make no real pretense but simply personify a dog named Mavis, much to the delight of her followers on FaceBook. Mavis is quite a character! She is easily put out by the behaviors of her human family as well as with Queenie, the Labrador with whom she must share their love and attention.
Update from Mavis!
Posted by SusieSara Wilson on Friday, April 13, 2018
Our favorite Diva, Mavis tells it like it is, in her not so humble opinion.
Queenie and Gene photo thanks to their family photo album
Source Crusoe the Dachshund via Youtube