This Adorable Husky Teaches Us How To Wake A Sleeping Pig

There are two kinds of people in the world. Those that fall asleep easily, sleep quietly and wake up fast and happy.

Then, there are the rest of us. It takes forever to fall asleep. Then we toss and turn all night. And once we finally do get to sleep, it takes nothing short of a tornado siren to wake us up.

The following video shows perfectly these two types of people. Well, not people. A dog and pig!

The poor pig is obviously trying to get some much-needed beauty sleep.(Note that he has very own pillow and blankie! What a very special pig he is.)

But the perky dog is wide awake and wants his porky friend to be awake too.

Still, no matter how much he barks and pounces and even dances the watusi on the pig’s back…still it snores away, oblivious.

Perhaps the dog is just envious of the pig’s ability to sleep through everything?

Maybe the dog got a bad night’s sleep and is grumpy, wanting to be sure that if he can’t sleep nobody else can either.

Whatever his motivation is, no matter what the poor dog does, the pig just won’t stop snoring.

And, the dog can’t do like we humans might and “accidentally” slam a door or drop a dish. So, what else can he do?

Suddenly, the dog realizes the meaning of the phrase “waking a sleeping giant.” The pig¬†startled into wakefulness and jumps to his feet.

And finds an empty room. The pesky gnat that has been buzzing in his ear has flown away! And just in time.

We don’t know whether or not the pig followed the dog in a game of chase, or whether he just laid back down to finish his nap.

But, it’s a pretty sure bet that the dog was sitting somewhere just out of reach. Grinning.

Watch the video and root for the pet that’s most like you!

Source: Animal Channel

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Bobbye Hudspeth

Written by Bobbye Hudspeth

Bobbye Hudspeth is a freelance writer living in a little cabin on a creek in North Alabama. She shares her mini-farm with two mini dachshunds, two cats and two fantail pigeons. She is involved in animal rescue and is currently writing a book on combining aerobics and the pool.

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