Smartest dog ever scams McDonald’s customers by pretending to be a stray

The world may be on fire right now but at least we have dogs. Thank goodness for dogs.

Today we introduce you to Princess from Oklahoma.

Princess is not a stray. She has a home. She has an owner.

She also loves burgers.

So Princess, wise to the knowledge that humans can’t resist a begging dog, regularly sneaks out at night to head to the nearest McDonald’s where she turns on the charm.

It turns out that plenty of people have fallen for her scam. But who can blame them? Just look at that face.

(Warning: Obscenities in the posts below)

If you see my dog @ the McDonald’s on shields, quit feeding her fat ass bc she don’t know how to act & be leaving the…

Posted by Betsy Reyes on Sunday, October 21, 2018

 

“If you see my dog @ the McDonald’s on shields, quit feeding her,” Betsy Reyes posted on Facebook.

Princess, she says, is just a “gold digger” that acts like she’s a stray so people will feel bad and feed her burgers.

When I caught her ass in the act 😤😂😂❤️

Posted by Betsy Reyes on Sunday, October 21, 2018

 

You’re still a good doggo in our book, Princess.

  • The Resistance

    Owners who don’t keep their pets inside or in their supervised fenced yard are on my list of pet peeves.

    We had to change out all of our wood frame basement windows to glass block this year because our neighbor insists on letting their cat run free…to spray our wood frame basement windows and torment our 2 house cats at 3am.

    Princess is a good dog, but if she has learned to make regular trips to McDonald’s her owner needs more training. It’s not safe or cute to let pets roam the city.

    • >>Owners who don’t keep their pets inside or in their supervised fenced yard are on my list of pet peeves.<<

      No pun intended?

      And I am in complete agreement with you. That pooch needs to be restrained.

      FWIW – On occasion my wife and I transport pooches to shelters from other parts of the country to MN/WI. It seems as though most of the pooches we transport are from OK and TX. I guess those folks have a different mindset as to their pets.

      • The Resistance

        The windows were pawsatively a catastrophe. As was my pun.
        Thanks for saving pets on your underground railroad. You’re good people.

    • Mike

      Sounds like your neighbor probably doesn’t believe in neutering either, so the damage that one is doing goes far beyond your windows.

      • The Resistance

        Yes, the problem will likely be generational. And that goes for the cats, too.

        Badda-bing.

    • Barton

      I came to say the same thing. Thank you for getting there first.

    • Brian Simon

      I’m struck by her human’s criticism of those who feed the dog, rather than solving the problem herself & keeping track of the dog. Yay, people!

  • JonasGrumby

    Princess has mastered the art of looking hungry.

    • Guest

      I like your Avatar. I bet you spent 3 hours coming up with that tour 🙂

    • Jack Ungerleider

      She didn’t need to. Dogs are born with that look.

  • Dogs are really motivated by food, and it’s ever been so – since the first wolf cozied up to the humans who were willing to share, probably from the garbage pit but eventually by design. They always remember where they found food the last time, and are motivated to learn what they need to do to get it again.

    • Guest

      A woman in Russia took wild foxes and kept the ones that were calmer around humans. After about 20 generations the genes LIKED humans and after a knock would run to the door much like puppies . The foxes even started to have snouts and ears similar to dogs.

      I understand this is why Zebra are not yet domesticated. I bet it could happen with selective breeding but who has that kind of time?

      • Rob

        Would love to have a Basset Hound with zebra stripes…

    • The Resistance

      Coincidentally, that is also McDonald’s business model.

      • emersonpie

        Oh you’re a sly one.

  • Ben Chorn

    A collar would signal it’s not a stray., but I also agree owners should be in control of their dogs.

    Reminds me of the bit in a Japanese show where they followed a dog (Sacchan!) around for a day to see where it went: https://vimeo.com/272004165

  • JeffF

    I get the post was meant to be humorous but the lack of responsibility of the owner to allow her dog to roam free is horrific. Equally the almost illiterate language tells a great deal. For a pet parent/owner to speak about their pet in that manner is deplorable. I feel sorry for Princess.

  • The Resistance

    Unrelated to this post I was reminded today of the best dog movie ever. An early Michelle Williams movie called Wendy and Lucy.

    Be forewarned that your heart will be completely broken.

  • Rob

    Clearly a Fake News doggo. Too well-fed to be a stray.