Adorable Dog Jumps Into Stranger's Car For Food
Whatever you do, do not get between this dog and his food! This couple was just sitting in their car, minding their own business, outside is raining when all of the sudden, this black pit bull jumps on their window. He seems to be walking all alone outside, wearing a collar, but with no ID tag on it. He soaking wet from the rain too.
Sure, he’s cute and likes to cuddle, but no one could have imagined what he is about to do next! Just as the man asks the dog “you want something to eat", it’s like an involuntary reflex popped in the dog’s head. He jumps over the open car door window and straight into the man’s lap!
Naturally, the couple was freaked out by this encounter and they ran out of the car, so Mr. Bull over here decided to settle himself inside. As the man and his wife literally jumped outside of the vehicle, screaming and laughing, the pooch settles on the front passenger seat and just looks up at them with those big puppy eyes. Since he was soaking wet and most definitely hungry, we are not surprised he took on the man’s offer. Poor puppy.
By the way, who would have thought that a grown-up man can scream with such a high pitch? But, let’s be honest for a second, second most favorite thing to a dog after the love for its owner, is food! Did someone say food? No wonder this doggo jumped in the car when the guy said food!
Why do they act hungry all the time? It's sort of natural conduct. There’s an old cliché about dogs — they’ll eat everything you put in front of them, whether they’re hungry or not! Wolves (or pooches) chasing in a pack additionally take in the idea of shortage and food being a constrained asset. They may not eat each day or even every other day, so they fall into a "get it while you can" mindset. This persists notwithstanding when the pooch is getting a few standard dinners each and every day. But, we are not talking about the big hungry wolves in the woods! We are talking about the dogs who sleep all day and occasionally maybe chase the neighbor’s cat!
Obviously, our domestic dogs have not been wild wolves for quite a while, so it can be difficult to accommodate such an antiquated attribute with present-day behavior. Our pooches likely never grew up going on a chase and being permitted to share sustenance in pack arrange. Another plausibility is that our canines truly aren't that ravenous. They're simply great at controlling us into giving them the goods!
We normally adore our pooches and it can be difficult to oppose those enormous eyes and charming appearances, particularly when they act like they're starving! However, they may have no clue when they had enough, but we do — and, unlike dogs, we know how to work a can opener! This is so funny!