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Family Dingo Thrilled After Historic 56.5” Snowfall. This Warm Weather Dog’s Reaction To Feet Of Snow Is Sweeping The Internet

March 08, 2018

On December 26, 2017, Erie, Pennsylvania had a record-breaking snowfall. In less than one day, the town of Erie received more than 56.4 inches of snow! That’s nearly six feet in less than 24 hours! While much of the townspeople enjoyed the day inside and cozy by a fire, one resident had different plans.

Meet Luca! He’s a dingo living in a not-so-warm climate and living his very best life. While most dingos are adopted into families in warmer climates, Luca is living with his family in Erie, Pennsylvania. And let’s just say Erie is far from warm.

When December 26th dumped nearly six feet of snow over Luca’s town, his excitement was off the charts. Being a warm weather dog, the very sight of snow had to have been overwhelming to see!

Luca’s owner, Nikki, knew that Luca was eager to get outside and play in the white stuff that was falling from the sky. She bundled herself up from head to toe and pressed record on her camera.

What happened next has been seen around the world.

Luca’s response to the massive amount of snow was everything Nikki had hoped for, and then some! Little Luca bolted through the snow like an arrow. The snow toppled over him and Luca had to bounce up and over the snow rather than running straight through it.

At one point, Nikki thought Luca was going to be stuck because the snowfall was so high. But Luca’s energy shot him up and into the air! It was so adorable!

Seeing Luca in the snow is like seeing a tiny bunny pop through a field of flowers. Check out the video below- it’s hands down the cutest thing ever. Luca, I know you’re a warm weather dog but I think you fit in with the snow just perfectly!


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