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When five-year-old Elena Easley lost her tooth recently, she had big plans for her money from the tooth fairy. However, doggie sibling Manon had other plans. The 1-year-old American bully soon found the tooth in its special hiding place. Mistaking it for a snack, Manon ate the tooth!
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When Mom, Stephanie Easley, discovered this mishap, she quickly realized the hilarity of the situation. However, Elena was quite upset about what had happened to the tooth. Stephanie rectified the situation by writing the tooth fairy a letter explaining the situation.
Manon was not let off that easily, however. In a funny social media post, the young dog was called out for her actions. She is depicted next to a sign that reads “I ate the tooth that my human sister had just lost… This caused a meltdown and forced my mom to write a letter to the tooth fairy.” The post’s viewers found the situation just as funny as Stephanie originally did. “Maybe she IS the tooth fairy. How dare you interfere with her tooth-collecting process.” KA Gould said in a comment.
In response, Stephanie posted another picture. In this photo, Manon can be seen dressed adorably as the tooth fairy! She is seen wearing a tutu with a wand between her paws. The photos were so adorable that no one was mad at Manon. “Um it was obviously the cat. Not this sweet baby…” commented Tracey Riddle Miller.
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