Messy and his owner, Oranit Kittragul, live in a small town in Thailand. And in this neighborhood, just across the street, is Audi, a Husky that spends most of the day alone while his owner is at work.
Being alone for a long time made Audi quite sad. However, whenever he feels that his friend feels a little too alone, Messy barks at him and that somehow calms Audi.
One time, Audi’s owner forgot to secure the gate while leaving for work and the dog ran out to go visit Messy for the very first time. Oranit saw the two greet and hug each other, and took a photo of that adorable moment to share it online.
This was their first time seeing each other, face to face, but their bond was as strong as they had been friends for a lifetime. However, Audi is a good boy and knows he shouldn’t stay out of his yard for too long, and that’s why after saying hello to his friend, he quickly ran home.
Messy has been doing a great job comforting his friend Audi, a Husky who lives across the street who feels sad and alone whenever his owner is at work.
Whenever Audi barks and cries, Messy would bark and Audy would calm down, perhaps comforted at the thought that he is not alone.
That’s a heartwarming story! It’s amazing how animals can form such strong bonds with each other, even across different species. It’s clear that Audi and Messy have a special connection that goes beyond just being neighbors.
It’s important to note, however, that while it’s great that Messy can provide comfort to Audi, it’s not a long-term solution for Audi’s loneliness. Huskies are social animals that require a lot of attention and interaction, so it’s important for Audi’s owner to make sure he’s getting enough stimulation and socialization, whether that’s through regular walks, playtime, or even doggy daycare.
It’s also worth noting that escaping from the yard is not a safe or reliable way for Audi to seek out social interaction. It’s important for pet owners to ensure that their pets are secure and safe in their homes, and to provide them with the care and attention they need to thrive.