Spending a long time under lockdown has surely taught us to admire the little things in life. It has taught us to cherish every moment and never to take anyone or anything for granted. It’s not a surprise that self-isolation has made people a bit more sensitive as well. So be prepared, because this video of a boy breaking down over an adorable Chihuahua puppy is the sweetest thing you’ll come across today!
Though kids only start crying when they’re upset about certain things, this sweet little soul is feeling deeply emotional about just how adorable animals can be. This sensitive soul can be seen cradling the puppy in his arms while he just can’t stop the tears.
When his mom asks him, “What’s wrong, son?”, the little boy responds, “She’s just so beautiful!”
Adding to the sweetness, the puppy seems to be concerned the boy bawling his eyes out, and she tries her best to make things better by snuggling up to the little guy’s chest. The loving pup shows her care by kissing the little lad’s face before trying to lick away his tears. But unluckily, the puppy’s affection makes the boy overwhelmed with emotions and makes him cry harder.
This endearing video was shared on Facebook by Mia Anelli, Founder, and CEO of INsight Animal Rescue in LA, and it went viral almost instantly. The video touched the hearts of thousands of people across the world, gaining over 170K views and 4.9K shares as of now.
It was obvious from the comments that people just wanted the little lad and the puppy to be together, wanting the boy’s family to adopt the puppy. There’s nothing more special than the bond between an animal and a human, and we know that this adorable pair would definitely be the best of friends.
Watch the heartwarming video below!
Image and video credits – Facebook
Reading, creative writing, poetry writing, and language learning have been my passions since I was young. I have won many Japanese and Chinese language competitions, and many national-level creative writing, art & oratory competitions too. I am still schooling, and passed my O/Levels with distinction passes for English Literature, Japanese, and English. I have also completed my Certificate of Human Resource Management.