Watch: Amid Scorching Heat, Siberian Husky Seeks Refuge In Fridge – News18

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A Husky dog is seen sitting inside the fridge.

A Husky dog is seen sitting inside the fridge.

Siberian Husky breed dogs are native to Siberia, known for harsh winters.

Temperature is at its peak and breaks many records this year in the country. Many states are experiencing heat waves with an average temperature of over 40 degrees Celsius. Not only humans but animals and birds are also very troubled by the heat. People in India are fond of keeping foreign-breed dogs in their houses and some of them come from very cold places. People do not understand that these dogs cannot bear the heat of a country like India.

Recently, a video went viral in which a foreign breed dog was seen so troubled by the heat that he entered the fridge of the house. The 17-second clip captures a Siberian Husky puppy seen sitting in the fridge and refusing to come out even after repeated attempts by the owner.

The video has been posted on X by an account @_anamikaaaa in which a Husky dog is seen sitting inside a fridge in a house. The video was shared with a caption that read, “Husky not suitable for Indian temperature.” As their name suggests, Siberian Husky breed dogs are native to Siberia, which is known for harsh winters. Therefore, they are not fit to live in warm places. Still, many people in India keep Huskies in their homes. The poor animals are unable to bear this weather and many times they even die due to heat.

In this viral video, you can see that when the woman opens the fridge, a Husky dog is seen sitting inside. The dog is sitting on top of the vegetable drawer. The woman tries to pull it out by holding its leg. But the dog refuses to come out and starts digging inside by moving its legs. At the end of the video, he is seen standing outside and trying to go inside again. The size of the husky is too small, so he fits easily in the fridge.

The video is going viral on the internet. As of now, the video has received 15 lakh views and many people have given their reactions in the comment section. One user said, “Yeah they want low temperature.” While another wrote, “Arrere, how will it get oxygen there.” The third user wrote, “Killing it slowly. Selling huskies in this hot weather should be a crime.”