A video of a golden retriever reluctant to get out of bed went viral on TikTok, drawing more than 3.6 million views.
In the footage shared with the app from an account named Kayvlas, we can see the adorable puppy lying in a double bed under a crisp white duvet.
The pet, called Luna, relaxes with her fluffy head on the pillow as the cameraman approaches to slide the sheet aside.
The video is set to an audio clip of a man saying, “Wakey! Wakey, wakey! It’s school time. Come on. Wake up, it’s school time. Come on man!”
The puppy then squirms and tries to nibble on the person’s hand as if asking them to leave them alone.
The video is made even more hilarious by the animal’s apparent reluctance to move from its comfortable resting place.
Kayvlas has subtitled the funny video that you see here: “Luna [crescent-moon emoji] #dogsofttiktok #puppylove #goldenretriever #puppylove #fyp #viral. “
The footage has gained massive audiences since its release on December 17, 2021, garnering more than 544,700 likes and 24,300 shares.
Lots of people rushed to the comment section to share their thoughts on the puppy’s adorable behavior.
One TikTok user, Kate S245, wrote, “Cuteness Overload” next to a hearty emoji.
Another person, Ashley, added, “No wakey wakey back to sleepy sleepy [laughing-face emoji]
Julie_3467 gushed, “OMG [oh my god] my golden name is also Luna and she is getting puppies. “
Minnie shared, “” Time to school “is the worst sentence you hear in the morning.”
I said “I can’t move because it’s SO FRICKING CUTE” and added 4 smiley emojis.
Bili commented: “My dog is the same.”
The_car_lover remarked: “Aww the dogs so small”
Fidgets asked, “Is this dog up for adoption?”
News week has asked Kayvlas for a comment.
Another pooch also recently went viral on TikTok for not liking being woken up in the morning.
Pet owner Lisa Mattuchio documents her daily fight for the 8-year-old Yorkie mix Eddie on her popular account @eddieonwheels.
In a funny video, Mattuchio slowly approaches her pet to pull back the blanket he’s under.
“Eddie, come on buddy, it’s been about 10 minutes, come on,” she says
This causes the spirited pet to growl, visibly annoyed at being awakened from its sleep. Mattuchio gently lifts the dog until he is sitting upright and the growling subsides at some point.