Running in and out before you’re spotted is rarely a good sign. Often it’s a sign of illegal activity. Occasionally it’s a sign of a dog hugging ninja.
The above video was posted to Facebook by Hollie Breaux Mallet. The prompt? A home security system catching the same basic sight many times over.
Hollie asked her Facebook friends and neighbors if they could identify the dog hugging ninja of a young boy.
Of course, it’s always something simple that gets you. The boy’s mother, Ginger Clement Breaux, identified him as her son Josh. Bella, the Breaux family dog, passed the previous year and Josh was taking it hard. Ginger’s response is quoted below:
‘Josh talks about your dog all the time! Every time we pass he looks to see if she was sitting where he could see her. Just didn’t know he was doing things like this.
Last night when I first saw it, I was torn as a momma being happy and upset because he knows he shouldn’t be on someone’s property, but I wake up this morning more happy that he just absolutely adores dogs so much.’
Facebook conversations quickly sprung up quite possibly history’s most adorable mystery.
As any dog hugging ninja’s mom would do, Ginger sprung the video on Josh.
Embarrassed that the whole neighborhood is onto him, he was immediately given the green light to visit Duchess from both his mom and neighbor. An immediate playtime and selfie session followed.
Can’t stop lovin man’s best friend.
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