For example, here is a pack of wolves hunting a buffalo.
Anyways, there’s this dog that’s addicted to watching Netflix. His name is Chiko, he’s a shiba inu (like the one from the meme), and he’s basically a New Yorker on a brunch drunk at 2 p.m.
Here, look at him. Wolves, Netflix-addicted meme dog.
Owner Olesia Kuzmychova tells Metro UK that she started setting up a TV for him to watch when she left the seven-month-old home alone while she went to work.
“The next thing, I noticed he started watching whole movies whether I was sat there or not,” Kuzmychova tells Metro UK. “For the first month I was completely surprised. I know some dogs like to watch TV, but not hours like him. But now it’s completely normal to me.”
The dog, the direct descendant of an apex predator that once faced off against Liam Neeson in a major motion picture, sits up in his chair like a person.
Meet #Chiko the #shibainu who has a serious #Netflix addiction: At only seven months old, Chiko the shiba inu has developed a serious addiction to watching Netflix. His owner Olesia Kuzmychova said that Chiko has loved watching TV since she first adopted him. Then the owner started leaving the TV on or set up a movie to stream on Netflix whenever she went out and left Chiko at home. The doggie can even be seen in photos sitting upright on a chair whenever it’s time to watch his shows.
It’s very cute. We don’t know yet if the dog is available for watch parties, but we will be sure to let you know if that’s the case.