A self-isolating Cheetos addict is getting his daily fix of cheesy goodness thanks to a furry friend. And his little pal loves playing this rather unusual game fo fetch!
By, 27 Mar 2020
Antonio Munoz lives in Mexico, which is currently on lockdown to the spread of coronavirus. But three days into his self-isolation, Munoz realised he had a problem.
A very cute solution
In fact, he had a huge problem - how was this Cheetos addict going to get his favourite snack?
The solution came in a small (and very adorable package) called Chokis. With a note and some cash tucked into his collar, the Chihuahua went on a Cheetos run to the local store. The note read:
'Hello, sir. Can you sell my dog some orange – not red – Cheetos. In his collar, he brings $20. From the neighbour across the street.'
Chokis just completed his third snack run, and he's never failed to come home with the right flavour. Now that's what you call a good boy!
The hero Antonio needed
And to put your mind at ease, experts are confident that the coronavirus poses no real threat to our pooches.
Dr Jessica May works at FirstVet. Speaking to The Metro, she said:
'There are no suspicions that pets can be infected or that they can spread COVID-19 to humans.'
At strange times like this, heroes can come in all shapes and sizes. And this cute little guy was more than happy to step up for his human!