The most significant distinction between cats and dogs is that you can always know when a dog has done you wrong. You’ll always be able to tell if they ate something they shouldn’t have, had an accident on the carpet, or destroyed something precious. Cats, on the other hand, believe they have their poker faces down pat. Cats are the type of critters who would set your house on fire, then look you in the eyes and tell you it was the dog who did it. Dogs, on the other hand, are not difficult to read.
Perhaps this is why people adore dogs as pets: they are devoted and eager to please their owners. And if they irritate their owners, they will go out of their way to make amends. And in one video, a dog expressed her desire to be forgiven by her owner after being a bad girl. It’s adorable, but you just want to give the dog a big hug and tell her she’s forgiven. It’s almost impossible to imagine punishing her since her face is just too cute to be furious at for long.
Ettore is the Labrador in the clip who is filled with remorse and only wants her owner, Anthony Federica Granai, to forgive her. She’s certainly trying hard to earn Granai’s forgiveness so they can be friends again. The owner is guilt-tripping her and scolding Ettore for whatever she did wrong. The lovely little Lab burrows her face into her owner’s breast, clearly ashamed of her actions.
“Are you asking me to forgive you?” Granai can be heard asking the Lab as he got into his lap. “I’m not getting it.” “You are wrong, Ettore,” Garanai remarked, clearly not ready to let go. You are wrong, Ettore. No. Do you realize where you went wrong? “Do you know?”
Ettore felt even more guilty as a result of this. Oh, the lengths to which dogs will try to make amends after wrongdoing us. Garanai doesn’t appear to be the sort to forgive easily, but we’re hoping he forgives Ettore soon because of look at that expression! How could you bear a grudge against a face like that? Maybe Garanai should acquire a cat next time – they won’t mind if he’s upset at them or not.
Below is Ettore’s video: