Redditor Seeks Advice After Making Her Coworker Delayed Travel Plans Over Her Dog
Owning a pet is like having a happiness factory right at home—they dish out joy and serve up unconditional love like no one else can. That's why being a pet parent means going the extra mile to shower your furry friend with the same kind of love and care they give you every day. It's a tough job, but someone's got to do it, and you're that someone!
Speaking of which, let's take a detour to Reddit, where a pet lover had her heart in the right place. When she started her job in October, she made it crystal clear she needed a day off for her pup's neutering adventure. The boss approved; no biggie. Then comes the coworker with a wedding story. He's hoping to get an early start for his sister's big day. Sweet, right? But here comes the twist: He wants our pet lover to cover for him on the very day she had earmarked for her pup's big moment.
A resolute "no" and an explanation later, our coworker turns into a drama queen. He slaps her with the "psycho" label for, well, caring about her doggo. Scroll down for the full story and all the juicy details!
Here is OP’s full story:
Talk about some serious pup devotion! She basically did a "day off heist" even before officially clocking in at her new job.
Her coworker asked if she could cover for him that day for his sister's pre-wedding celebration.
OP said no and gave her reasons, but the coworker totally freaked out and even called OP "psyco".
With a blink of an eye his post went viral faster than a sneeze in a crowded room, and boy, did it catch everyone's attention! Here are some of the best and most hilarious responses it received:
He totally had those dates in mind already.
OP don't owe anyone an explanation.
Not OP's problem.
Even the boss said it was okay.
Right, his issue is not her concern.
Short and simple
Stunned and scratching her head, our pet lover spills the beans on Reddit, seeking a sanity check from the internet jury. Can you believe it—all this fuss over a pupper's neutering day? What do you think, folks? Share your experiences and join the conversation in the comment section below!