Greyhound Spends The Day Stealing Things Off Her Owner’s Desk

We all have this vision of our dogs as being these perfect angels. To be fair, they usually are pretty close to perfection anyway. But sometimes our pets can be a little bad.

They all have their bad habits. My dog was particularly bad when it came to staying off the good sofa we always had for guests. She never listened. But one dog had an even naughtier side to her seeing as she was a bit of a kleptomaniac!

An Italian Greyhound named Cantaloupe was first rescued by her owner as a puppy. After two happy years together, her owner began to notice certain alarming trends. Every time they’d leave the room, they’d come back to find something missing. Confused, the owner had a friend help them set up a camera in order to record what was going on.

After reviewing a week’s worth of film, the discovery was made that the light-fingered, or in this case, the light-pawed culprit was Cantaloupe! She was the one who was stealing. Who would have thought it would end up being the dog?

Watch the canine kleptomaniac in action below:

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