- A particular scene in the Disney film, Lion King”, brought one dog’s attention glued on the TV
- The canine jumped out of his couch, went closer to the TV and seemed to react to the iconic heartbreaking scene of Simba
- Netizens think that dogs are compassionate animals and that they have feelings too
Does your dog love to accompany you while watching TV? How do they respond to the movies you watch?
One dog seem to have been carried away while watching “The Lion King”.
In a post by Amit Thackeray on social media, he said that his dog, Mufasa, “joined in the gri
ef of little Simba.” It was during the scene in the movie when Simba’s father was badly hurt and p assed away.”
Mufasa, who looks like a labrador/golden retriever mix was lying on his couch and so focused on the TV. But when Simba saw his father li
feless on the ground, Mufasa stood up and went near the TV. The clever dog seemed to understand the story and felt the heavy emotio ns at that moment.
As the film progressed, he placed his paws on the TV table. He stepped down and still stayed immersed in the clip. On the part when Simba was about to c
ry, Mufasa let go of a bark. He may have felt it!
Amit Thackeray shared his video on social media and netizens can’t stop talking about it. Some shared how their dogs are caught up with emotio
nal scenes on TV too.
“What a lovely compassionate dog! Animals are so great and feel many emotio
ns! I love that sweet video!”
“Thank you for sharing. That was great watching your dog having emotio
ns over the movie. Animals are more caring and show their love more than humans do.”
“Very sweet! My golden retriever watched Lassie and learned how to dig under the cyclone fence to explore! He stood up and watched that scene in the movie very intently!!!!”
“My girl Charlee gets quiet and watches the gr
aveyard scene in Sweet Home Alabama every time! I don’t know if it’s the music or the way she talks.”
Mufasa’s video has reached over 53k reactions, 2.6k comments and 15k shares.
Judging from this, maybe some dogs understand some scenes they watch on TV.
What do you think? Do you have the same experience?
Watch his video here.