And what are you going to do about it? Scary-looking Sky the husky eats her horrified owner’s ‘irreplaceable’ 1970s retro sofa
- Simon O’Conner, 36, couldn’t believe it when he saw his dog had eaten his sofa
- He was asleep at home in Cardiff when the naughty pooch committed the crime
- He paid £1,700 for three-year-old Sky and says he can’t be angry at her
A pet husky is in the doghouse after eating her owner’s beloved 1970s retro sofa to pieces.
Simon O’Conner, 36, was horrified to find his ‘irreplaceable’ sofa torn to pieces with Sky gnawing at the stuffing.
The 36-year-old, who lives in Cardiff, thinks three-year-old Sky chewed the furniture because of her nesting instinct.
Businessman Simon, said: ‘I’ve never seen her like that before. She was desperate to nest and decided to eat my vintage 1970’s sofa which was my pride and joy.
Simon O’Conner, 36, was horrified to find his ‘irreplaceable’ sofa torn to pieces with his pet husky Sky gnawing at the stuffing
Devastated: Simon was horrified when he saw the stuffing of his beloved sofa all over the floor
‘I was fast asleep in bed and I came downstairs and saw the insides of my sofa all over the floor. I wanted to kill her – it’s lucky I love her so much.
‘The sofa cost me a fortune and it’s irreplaceable because it is 50 years old. I still can’t believe it.’
Simon, of Cardiff, paid £1,700 for husky Sky when she was eight-weeks-old – but she soon began chewing up his house.
He said: ‘She was adorable and so cute, I could never have imagined what mayhem she was going to cause. She seems hell-bent on destroying my things.
He said: ‘The sofa cost me a fortune and it’s irreplaceable because it is 50 years old. I still can’t believe it.’
‘She love eating shoes and trainers as a pub I never thought she’d progress on to my sofa. Maybe she is letting me know in no uncertain terms she wants a mate!
‘I have calmed down a bit now and I do love Sky so much. She is not in the dog house.
‘My kids are all grown up now so it’s just me and Sky. She will be getting lots of treats.
‘She may be bonkers but she certainly keeps life interesting. I just need to keep her away from my sofas.’
Simon, of Cardiff, paid £1,700 for husky Sky when she was eight-weeks-old – but she soon began chewing up his house