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This dog loves to see his favourite film and apes the characters in it; cuteness overloaded

By Shubham
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    We love to see our favourite movies - be it from any genre. The climax of those movies makes us excited and we react, irrespective of the surroundings. That's because we can connect with them so much better.

    But when a dog enjoys its favourite movie and as the reels progresses on screen, whines and howls to appreciate its favourite characters and moments? Well, that too is a possibility in this beautiful world. Our four-legged companions are no less equipped to let their emotion and excitement know.

    This dog loves to see his favourite film and apes the characters in it; Cuteness overloaded

    The English Mastiff in the video above is known as Zeus and he loves to watch The Jungle Book. The 2016 release is his favourite animal-centric story and it watches it attentively and even apes the wolves that howl in the film. Can it be more adorable than this?

    Zeus knows each of the howling sound so very well that he also starts howling outside the TV when the actors do it inside. From lying down, he gets up on his toes out of excitement and certainly wants to be a part of the animals in the film, just as we often do to be a star on the show.

    The dog's expressions are too cute to not to notice and he has already earned fame for him on the Internet.

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    Credit: kmorin78; Published by Rumble

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