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A money-hungry (háu tiền) pooch (chó) was in the dog house for chewing up $4,000 (£3,153) cash that his owners had left out (để lại).

Cecil, a goldendoodle from Pennsylvania, has gone viral for snacking on (ăn trộm) the envelope of money his owners had set aside (để dành tiền) for a contractor (nhà thầu).

Clayton and Carrie Law pieced together (ghép lại) most of the shredded bills (tờ tiền vụn) after a smelly search (tìm kiếm mùi hương) of Cecil's droppings (phân) and vomit - only $450 is still missing.

Cecil's veterinarian (bác sĩ thú y) told the couple their greedy (tham lam) pet would be OK.

In early December, Clayton Law laid (đặt) an envelope containing $4,000 on his kitchen counter (quầy bếp) at his home in Pittsburgh, Pennsylvania. He and his wife, Carrie, needed to pay their contractor in cash for installing a fence (lắp đặt hàng rào).

About 30 minutes later, to his surprise, he found his beloved dog enjoying the priciest meal of his life, leaving rough strips (mảnh vải thô) and scattered pieces of cash (những mảnh tiền rải rác) everywhere.

"Suddenly Clayton yelled to me, 'Cecil's eating $4,000!'" Carrie Law said in an interview with the Pittsburgh City Paper. "I thought, 'I cannot be hearing that.' I almost had a heart attack."

The Laws described Cecil as "a goofy (ngốc nghếch) guy" when speaking to the Washington Post.

"He's very particular (đặc biệy) - you could leave a steak on the table, and he wouldn't touch it because he's not food motivated," Carrie Law told the paper. "But apparently he is money motivated."

nguồn: msn,

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