The cutest stray dog ‘bribes’ the volunteer with different items in order to get food first

Imagine that the cutest dog with clear eyes is walking toward you. She steps carefully and smiles a little… Why a little?

In order not to drop the gift, firmly clamped in the mouth!

Today it can be a branch of a tree, tomorrow it can be a spine or a piece of paper, the day after tomorrow it can be a clothespin or any other thing that a dog can find on the roads of a big city.

The cutest stray dog 'bribes' the volunteer with different items in order to get food first

If you are wondering where she is carrying all this, let’s follow Tua Plu.

Here she passes many houses and heads straight for an inconspicuous building. Many dogs have already gathered here – very different, but united by one impulse – “we are very hungry!”.

The cutest stray dog 'bribes' the volunteer with different items in order to get food first

A young female volunteer comes out to meet them, who feeds this entire restless gang. But then Tua Plu passes forward, and after her another, already elderly, dog minces.

Tua approaches the woman and places her present in her lap. At this moment, you can swear that the dog shyly lowers his eyes, as if embarrassed by his touching act!

The cutest stray dog 'bribes' the volunteer with different items in order to get food first

The woman laughs, pats him on the back of the neck, and pours food into the bowl. Then she carefully hides the “gift” from her furry friend and gives the old dog a meal behind his back.

Very soon, this girl named Oravan will write a post for Facebook, where she will tell how a very smart dog Tua Plu “bribes” her with presents every day. It is this kind of puppy gratitude that has led to Oravan now feeding Tua and her mother in the first place!

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The cutest stray dog ‘bribes’ the volunteer with different items in order to get food first
Volunteers did not know who the “monster” was, but they did not throw the animal in trouble