Cachorra se derrete ao encontrar Pato Donald na Disney

O vídeo de Nala deitando na barriga do Pato Donald, na Disney, viralizou. Prepara o fofurômetro e vem assistir!

É verdade que muita gente sonha em conhecer a Disney. As crianças pela magia, os adultos pela adrenalina de algumas atrações (e, claro, um pouquinho pela magia também).

Para Nala não poderia ser diferente. Nala é uma cachorra da raça golden retriever e é uma completa apaixonada pelo Pato Donald. Isso mesmo, ela tem um carinho especial pelo personagem.

A cachorrinha trabalha na Disney dos Estados Unidos – com direito a tiara com orelhinha da Minnie e tudo – ajudando pessoas autistas. Durante uma folguinha, ela se derreteu assim que viu o Pato Donald, deitou na barriga dele e ficou bem acomodada por alguns segundos.

Sem falar, mas com gestos, o ator por debaixo de toda a fantasia conseguiu expressar sua emoção e apontou para os olhos como se estivesse chorando.

No Instagram, Nala tem mais de 44 mil seguidores e muitas fotos e vídeos fofinhos. Em seu perfil, a descrição diz que ela é a “cachorra favorita da Disney”.

 

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Nala met Jack Sparrow! She was very excited to see him because Pirates of the Caribbean is one of Nala’s absolute favorite rides.

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Nala loved meeting Rapunzel 💖👑

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HAPPY BIRTHDAY, NALA! 🎁🎉🎈 (Swipe to see baby pictures!) • This is the day every handler dreams of reaching. Their service dogs second birthday, already have “graduated” training, and out working for their handler. Most people will tell you it takes about 2 years to fully train a service dog, and that is absolutely correct. Training a service dog does not happen overnight, and it can be quite the challenge when you’re already sick. • It all started when I brought Nala home as a tiny puppy at 8 weeks old. I began training her right away. I knew it wasn’t going to be an easy task, but I was prepared for the struggle. I knew that someday, Nala would be my independence. The only knowledge I had about training dogs was, well, nothing. I found some YouTube videos on clicker training, and that’s the method I used. Once I figured out how to teach her how to sit, it was a very easy for me to understand the process of teaching her everything else. • I began taking her into public when she was 10 weeks, in a stroller to a few pet friendly places that weren’t pet stores. She began going to the movie theater, stores like TJ Maxx/Marshall’s, and doctors appointments after she was fully vaccinated, so around 4.5 months. I lost my job at that time due to my health, which was probably one of the worst times of my life. I remember staying in bed for weeks straight, with the exception of letting the dogs out to go potty. I wasn’t sure if I was going to make it any further. But I began to crack down on Nala’s training after taking some time to just let myself be. It was hard, and I left many public training sessions in tears due to how overwhelmed and sad I was. I did at least 3 training sessions per day with Nala. We went into public to train at least 4 times a week, and I really, really put my heart and soul into her training. • Now Nala is an amazing service dog, who works nearly flawlessly to my standards. I couldn’t imagine being without her at this point, because her tasks help me so much. • HAPPY BIRTHDAY, NALA! 🎁🎉🎈

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