There are some things that can be too hard to accept and hear. One example is when some kids have never been told before that they were adopted. If you happen to care for an adopted child, it probably is too difficult to admit it to your them because he or she may not be quite prepared and ready to accept it yet.
In this cute yet funny video, one adorable husky who thinks he’s like any ordinary human, refuses to accept the fact that he is one adopted furry pooch.
Prepare to be amused because this husky-malamute mix is one of the most hilarious canines you’ll ever see.
K’eyush, or Key for short, isn’t just your typical canine. He is actually famous and has already earned at most 2 million subscribers on his YouTube channel. People simply adore him and like to tune in to watch his goofy antics with his lovable mother and best buddy, Jodie Boo.
Since Jodie is gifted with an eye for arts and crafts, she has curated custom cards, fashionable shirts, mugs, and bags with Key’s pic on all of them!
Recently, there are some short videos of owners telling their pets the shocking truth that they are adopted. These have been trending around the internet for a while now.
Once you tell your most lovable pets that they are actually adopted, you never know how they will react. Will they cry in dismay? Will they tear up the books on the shelf? The questions may seem endless and you’ll never know what they are actually thinking of.
Even though they don’t understand every word we utter, their reactions are so hilarious and priceless. And that’s exactly what Jodie did in this viral video as seen below.
When she broke the news to Key, he went furious! With the comical voiceover, it just showed how the pooch was extremely in denial that he was adopted. You can simply assess by his facial expression that he was dismayed and filled with anxiety. And this probably is why millions of people continue and enjoy watching Key’s adventures.
Curious about how the pair’s conversation went? Watch their funny moment below.
Source: K’eyush The Stunt Dog via Youtube