Our dogs all have something that makes them special. Maybe it’s their personality or a quirky thing they like to do. This dog went viral for the thing that makes him unique. It is so cute and hilarious you will love it!
Sunny was adopted by 19-year-old Ariana Smoak after she found him and his family living in the streets. They were covered in fleas and their mom was even missing teeth and had skin problems. Adriana said that they took care of all the dogs for weeks.
Sunny’s favorite toy
Ariana had been sharing her experiences with sunny on social media. One day she tweeted, “My dog’s best friend is a brick.”
Her Tweet went viral and now sunny and her beloved brick have become famous.
The old brick is his best friend and most favorite thing in the world. Sunny “met” his brick when he was just a puppy but still loves it today!
Ariana said that he loves to chew on it, lay on it, and kiss it. She doesn’t know why he loves it so much and her other dogs don’t care about the brick at all.
Sunny is not the only one
As it turns out Sunny is not the only dog with a favorite toy that you could say is a little weird. When people saw Sunny with his brick they started sharing pictures of their dogs playing with their favorite toys. One picture was of a dog and his rock another was a dog and his beloved bowling pin.
One person on Twitter was curious how Sunny found the brick. Ariana tweeted back that she uses the brick in her home to keep a rug down.
The reason Sunny loves this brick is a mystery. But this Twitter user suggested that maybe it reminds him of his old life out on the street and that he is grateful every time he lays his head on the brick.
Ariana was amazed by the response she got from her tweet. She said she never would have expected it to and go viral. She is happy that she got to share her goofy dog with the world.
Ariana took this opportunity to share a message with us, “I want to shed light on why people should spay and neuter their pets because there’s a lot more animals not as fortunate as Sunny,” she said.
Source: Little Things