The most intelligent dogs in South Africa play dead after being caught eating mom's furniture.

These two dogs playing dead after eating mom’s furniture is the funniest thing you will see all day.


South Africa (13 August 2018) – Sophia and Olly are taking the internet by storm after pretending to be dead in a new viral video.

The pups got caught chewing up their mom’s furniture and decided to fake their death. The clever pups don’t move a muscle until their mom (sneakily) offers them a snack and then they go back to playing dead after they realise they’ve been tricked.

It’s the funniest thing you’ll see today!

Nico Du Toit was sent the clip by his sister and posted the video to Facebook on the 3 August, never expecting the naughty pups to rack up over 4 million views!

“These little **effers are too clever for their own good. Laughed so much I’m crying…”

Watch the video below (make sure you turn up the sound):

**Update to article

Mia and Albertus (Sophia and Ollys humans) got in touch with Good Things Guy to let us know that the pups are in fact South African and from Stellenbosch.

“Just wanted to let you know those 2 bulldogs are mine. Hahaa… so funny to me how it became so viral. I only sent it to my mom… and via via via. Very proud granny!

They are Stellenbosch dogs… brother and sister and we have 2 older ones as well.”

Check out a pic of the pups below (when they’re not playing dead).

Sources: Facebook
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