In the seven years that Roger, the dachshund, had been with Autumn Nelson and her family, they had always known him as a huge cuddle bug. He loved nothing but to snuggle with his owners and cat siblings all they long. He even had an adorable way of hugging Autumn where he would place his paws on her shoulders.
If Roger was not cuddling with anyone in the family, they would often find him burrowing himself into blankets and baskets of clothes instead. The pup would somehow wrap himself like a burrito. And once he deemed it cozy enough, only then would he be able to sleep soundly his little burrow.
Over the past seven years, Autumn had gotten used to Roger’s adorable habit and just allowed him to sleep wherever he pleased. However, the fur mom recently discovered that the dachshund’s sleeping quarters weren’t only limited to the blankets, baskets, couch, and bed as he had started burrowing himself in sweaters, too!
Autumn first discovered Roger’s sweater adventure one day when she tried calling him outside for playtime. When he didn’t respond, the fur mom went looking for him and heard him whining upstairs. That was where she found him stuck in one of the sleeves of her sweater, looking like a baby seal.
Autumn couldn’t help but double over in laughter at the canine’s silly stunt and quickly helped him out of the jacket. Once he got out, Roger looked extremely embarrassed to be caught red-handed, so the fur mom thought this wouldn’t happen again. But as it turned out, that really wasn’t the case at all.
Realizing how cozy a sweater sleeve was, Roger had repeated his little shenanigan two more times since then. Of course, Autumn had to help him out each time it happened. So to prevent any other mishaps like this, she finally decided to hide her laundry basket, much to Roger’s dismay.
Autumn says that he is still free to burrow himself anywhere else, but the sweaters are now out of his options. Watch one of Roger’s hilarious sweater mishaps here.
Courtesy of @autumnleanne13
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