Guilty Dog Does Horrible Horrible Things To Furniture
Dog lovers know that sometimes when a pup is left home alone for too long they have a tendency to get bored and misbehave. They get into the trash. They nibble on slippers. They pee on things. You know the drill.
This minor destruction pales in comparison to what 23-year-old barmaid Sophie Robinson found when she came home recently and discovered what her 1-year-old Rottweiler-Akita Yogi had done to one of her large living room cushions.
As Robinson told the Daily Express, "I knew something was wrong as soon as I walked up the drive – he's normally there in the window waiting for me, then he runs to the front door when he sees me."
Robinson shot a video of the disaster. We've seen some dog misbehavior in our day but this is next level "Bad doggie!"
Behold the destruction. Robinson first sees the stairs covered with feathers.
Then she enters the hallway and sees even more feathers.
She rounds the corner and the feathers just keep coming.
She enters the living room and OMIGOD MORE FEATHERS HOW MANY FEATHERS CAN THERE POSSIBLY BE???
And at the very end of the video we see Yogi who is trying to curl into the tiniest ball possible hoping that maybe we won't see him/all the chaos he has wreaked.
And just to be clear, the aforementioned Rottweiler-Akita Yogi was definitely aware that he had misbehaved.
"Yogi was just sat on the chair looking at me like 'I know, I know, I did it I'm sorry!'" Robinson told the Daily Express.
Robinson estimated that there were about 10,000 feathers, and because she didn't want to clog the vacuum cleaner, she spent about 2 hours picking up most of the feathers by hand.
Bad dog, indeed. Check out the vid below: