Woman cries after dog eats husband’s ,000 cash  “Who wants him?”

Woman cries after dog eats husband’s $2,000 cash “Who wants him?”

Woman cries after dog eats husband’s $2,000 cash “Who wants him?”

We love ours domestic animalsbut sometimes they can act like a naughty toddler children. As innocent as they are, they can be up to some mischief.

TikToker: @chemistry posted a video after her labrador retriever left her in tears. It a dog couldn’t be more oblivious to what he did. However, the pet owner felt the effects.

She left her Labrador and the dog alone for two hours was able to to keep the pile of money left on top of the table.

The dog ate more than $2,000 in bills. Bits of chewed money were scattered everywhere in the living room. It made perfect sense that @kimkruk was crying.

“Who wants his LMAO?” she joked in the caption.

The video has garnered 22 million views and TikTok greatest sympathies.

“Pick up all the pieces, take it to the bank and explain the situation. They should be able to help,” someone commented.

“That dog is a legend,” another wrote.

“I know it’s frustrating, but your dog is priceless and loves you.” user: said:

In updateShe explained that the reason she has so much cash on the table is because her husband works in construction. He worked a side gig all weekend and was paid $2,700 in cash.

The dog saved them about $300 after all was said and done. On the advice of the comments, she and her husband collect everything they can and try to replace it at the bank.

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