Shoppers Stunned When Man Brings His Huge Pet Into Store
Kristin Danley 9/12/2018
Most stores allow service pets to accompany their owners onto the property and through the front door. Places like Bass Pro and Barnes and Noble even welcomes a variety of pets on leashes, including chickens and ducks!
Dogs, pot bellied pigs, you name it they have gone on shopping trips at these stores. But one man's pet on a "leash" in a store has gone viral for quite a comical reason.
Facebook/Bass Pro Shops (Bristol, TN)
Robin Morris of Cheyenne, Oklahoma, was standing in the checkout line at the Elk City Tractor Supply Company when she spied something absolutely crazy. She had to take a photo and snap videos to share on social media!
Fellow shoppers at the feed, tack and supply store watched an older man walk in to purchase horse feed for his equine buddy. Except he wasn't alone...
The man walked in with his huge pet, his senior-aged horse. Robin and the other shoppers had the best laugh over it.
"Only in Oklahoma!"
The employees told the man they had to ask their manager first to make sure it was okay. The boss couldn't argue about a horse standing in his store -- why?
"Well, technically our sign on the front door does say all pets welcome. Must be on a leash! And a bridle is a leash for a horse."
So the man led his horse through the front of the store and around to the checkout line. Then as he wrapped up the transaction, another video shows him tossing his bag of feed over his saddle before the two of them walk out of the store.
The horse remained perfectly calm and well behaved all throughout their excursion. The equine even greeted some youthful shoppers who were quite interested in meeting it.
Thank goodness Robin stuck around to videotape the other customer. It's gotten more than 63,000 likes, 86,000 shares and thousands of comments from people who have loved watching it.
We bet you will, too!