Cheeky greyhound steals owner’s bra and walks off with it wrapped on his head
A cheeky greyhound was caught by his owner trying on her new bra… on his head.
Jasper, a three-year-old rescue greyhound, cracked up his owner with the latest of his shenanigans.
His owner, Mitzie Johnson from Ellesmere Port, south of Wirral, found Jasper at a rescue centre in Flintshere last June. Since being adopted, he has revealed his mischievous side by stealing common items like keys, bras, and sandwiches.
Most recently he was caught red-pawed with a bra wrapped around his head.
Mitzie snapped the picture of the little criminal and posted it on Almost Home Dog Rescue Community, a Facebook group where adopters to share pictures of their rescue dogs, to share the funny moment.
She said: “So I bought some new bras today and put them on the table, went upstairs to the loo and this is what I came down to. Absolutely anything of mine gets pinched!”
This is not the first of Jasper’s cheeky stealing.
Mitzie said: “One day I made a sandwich for work and left it in the kitchen and went up for a shower.
“When I came down a very excited and proud of himself Jasper greeted me.
“I found a trail of tin foil on the floor. He had eaten the sandwich but taken the salad off and left it in a pile on the floor.”
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Jasper is clearly not one to eat his greens.
She added: “He is a prolific thief. I also have to make sure I don’t leave my handbag anywhere or he nicks my keys and hides them.
“He pinches shoes, remotes, and anything that is fair game.”
Mitzie fell in love with Jasper the day she met him at Almost Home Dog Rescue, and said she and her son Jack knew they were going to adopt him straightaway.
He is a big part of their lives now and loves a cuddle.
Mitzie said: “He has the sweetest temperament. Greyhounds make such lovely pets full of character. If I had a bigger house I would have more!”
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