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These Pups Sent An Apology To The Postal Worker for Stealing Her Lunch

Dogs have a flair for adventure, and as a result, they are talented in stirring up trouble! Most canines can flash puppy-dog eyes and pout their way out of any problematic situation. However, these two dogs were forced to issue an apology for stealing the mailman’s lunch!

Bear And Bull: A Force Of Nature

Black labs are known for being energetic, eccentric, and impulsive, and Bear and Bull aren’t any exceptions! These two wild pups have given their owner, Carol Jordan, plenty of trouble since she first brought them into her home. While it’s hard to stay mad at their sweet faces, these canines are as problematic as they come!

Carol Jordan

The labs seem to take extreme delight in making a mess of Jordan’s house, property, and belongings! While it seems impossible for pups to remove pipes and destroy lawnmowers with their teeth, Bear and Bull have found ways to accomplish this and much, much more! However, the dynamic duo crossed a line when they dragged an innocent bystander into their shenanigans.

Scarfing Down A Stranger’s Lunch

It’s a universal rule that mailmen and dogs be mortal enemies, yet one sweet postal worker named Mary got a concerning surprise with her delivery. When she hopped out to drop off her packages, Bear and Bull saw the opportunity of a lifetime. The pups jumped into the poor woman’s delivery truck and immediately ripped apart her lunch!

Carol Jordan

Rather than getting angry at the pups, Mary wrote a kind note to the labs’ owners to inform them of their dogs’ actions. “They got into my lunch and ate an egg and some carrots and pumpkin seeds. I don’t know if that will upset their tummies. Just FYI!” While she was simply concerned about the canines’ wellbeing, Bear and Bull’s owners knew they had to make up for their pets’ wild actions!

A Hilariously Written Apology

A week later, Jordan swung by the post office to deliver Mary a note from Bear and Bull. In the little card, the two pups apologized for consuming her lunch and repaid her for the lost meal with a Subway gift card. The note from the canines was clear: they were sorry, but they weren’t happy!

Carol Jordan

“Sorry we ate your lunch. Thank you for sharing! Bull & Bear Jordan. P.S. our humans said thank you for leaving a note. We didn’t like the note. We got in trouble.” The note surely brought a smile to Mary’s face! It would be impossible not to forgive the sweet-faced, somewhat-sorry labradors. But, even after a remorseful card, it’s unlikely that their shenanigans will end any time soon!

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