- Two Indian ladies caused a stir on social media after a video of them welcoming their new puppy with a traditional ceremony was shared
- In the video that is fast going viral, one of the ladies carried the puppy while the other performed the ceremony
- Some social media users described the video as weird while others embraced the culture
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A video has emerged on social media in which two Indian ladies could be seen welcoming their new puppy with traditional ceremony.
The video was shared on Twitter by a user with the handle @WineandHair and tweeps could not believe their eyes.
In the video, one of the ladies carried the puppy while the other performed the traditional ceremony on the little animal.
Social media users took to the comment section of the post to share their thoughts about the video.
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Twitter user with the handle @dugalira wrote: "The poor puppy looks petrified. Just give him a bone to chew on for god’s sake!"
Another Twitter user with the handle @GianCaAyala addressed those criticising the video and describing it as weird.
@GianCaAyala wrote: "It's only weird because ure not used to it. Always try to put yourself in the other person's shoes, if you do that you'll be able to be more open minded about things(not accepting, just open minded). I am a south american, but this was adorable to me, it's inclusive to the pet."
Below are other reactions:
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Some pictures posted by Daily Mail showed that animals also care for their offspring just the way humans care for theirs.
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Kala, who is one of the seven western lowland gorillas in Bristol Zoo, gave birth to her new baby on August 19.
A zoo photographer captured the beautiful bond between the mother and her baby when the latter was less than two weeks old.
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