Guy craves for Cheetos but can’t go out due to quarantine, makes his dog do the task instead

Image via Antonio Munoz | Facebook
  • In Mexico, a guy craved for Cheetos while on the third day of quarantine
  • Instead of buying it himself, he used his dog to do the task for him
  • His chihuahua successfully delivered the snack and earned the hearts of netizens

While others resort to online grocery shopping and have their orders delivered at home during this time of lockdown due to COVID-19, someone found another solution on how to buy snacks without leaving the house.

Image via Antonio Munoz | Facebook

Antonio Muñoz wanted to indulge in a light snack of Cheetos on the third day of quarantine in Mexico. Rather than him going out, he had a genius idea on how to get one for himself. It was through his chihuahua!

He wrote a note saying, “Hello Mr. Shopkeeper. Please sell my dog some Cheetos, the orange kind, not the red ones, they’re too hot. She has $20 attached to her collar. WARNING: She will bite if not treated right. Your front neighbor.”

He slid the note through the dog’s collar and commanded her to go to a department store just across the street. The little fella delivered! She then came back bringing the Cheetos to her master. Such a cute sight to see.

Muñoz shared his photos on social media which quickly gathered reactions among netizens.

Image via Antonio Munoz | Facebook

“Poor little chihuahua. Everything looks cute!”

His post immediately broke the internet with 30k reactions and 251k shares.

The chihuahua is the smallest breed of dogs; however, it has a big personality. They belong to breeds capable of doing agility and obedience contests. They have a devoted, lively, alert, courageous and quick temperament. Even with their small figure, they are listed in the top ten watchdogs by experts.

Image via Antonio Munoz | Facebook

According to the World Health Organization, though there has been a case of a dog infected with COVID-19 in Hongkong, “to date there has been no evidence that a dog, cat or any pet can transmit COVID-19.”

But even with this, we shouldn’t be complacent. During this quarantine period, we need to understand that there will be small sacrifices. Our freedom will be a little suppressed but everything is for our safety.