Ever since Max, an adorable cockapoo puppy, joined Faye Chandler’s family, he had always been the biggest goofball Faye had ever known. His funny antics never failed to make the family laugh, and he loved nothing but to run around the house, distracting everyone in his sight.
But apart from being a sweet and crazy dog, Max was also dubbed as a curious boy. He would always let his curiosity get the best of him, and most of the time, it would end up getting him in trouble. Faye had gotten used to the troublemaker pup over the past few months, but the fur mom admitted that Max’s recent mishap was the funniest of all.
That day, Faye was on her phone to order an art print on eBay. After checking the item out, she decided to go into the other room, leaving her phone unlocked on the couch. Coincidentally, Max had just walked into the living room, and once he discovered no one occupying the sofa, he immediately bounded over.
He shuffled for a while to get comfortable before laying on the couch for a quick nap. When Faye returned to the room to check her phone, she was greeted with a notification saying her item had been shipped. She initially thought that it was her art print, but it was actually something else.
As it turned out, Max’s shuffling on the couch led to him unknowingly ordering a print of a 1745 letter written by Bonnie Prince Charlie, a claimant to the throne of Great Britain. The fur mom immediately attempted to cancel the order.
However, since it sounded silly to tell the seller that it was her dog who ordered the item, she decided to push through with the purchase. Faye displayed the print on Max’s crate once it arrived, and although it did cost her £14.95, she didn’t judge the pup for his online shopping mistake. Look at Max, posing with his newly delivered online order, here.
Courtesy of Faye Chandler