April

By April

LifeBuzz Staff

Heartbroken Dog Stared Out The Window Constantly, But Then His Owner Wrote A Note To The Neighbor.

The Thousand Yard Stare

The Thousand Yard Stare

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Three times a day, for about a year, Kacy's dog would stare longingly out of her window, his unyielding gaze burning a hole deep into her neighbor's living room. At first, the proud pet owner thought that her dog simply wanted to go outside for a walk. But time and time again, every attempt to pry her peeping dog away proved futile. Kacy had absolutely no clue how to help her dog. What could he possibly be looking at? Then, just like that, her dog totally snapped. That's when, after being stalked for nearly a year, her neighbor took a stand. And boy did things get weird!

Humans And Animals Are A Lot Alike

Humans And Animals Are A Lot Alike

As it turns out, humans and their pets really aren't so different. Just like in the human world, there is only one reason we would willingly do something as ridiculously irrational as staring out the window everyday for a year: love. You're probably thinking to yourself, “animals can’t fall in love!” and you’re certainly not alone in those thoughts. A lot of people believe animals can’t fall in love like we do. So if you’re weren’t convinced by the sweet love scene from “Lady and the Tramp” that animals can fall in love, just wait until you read this.

What's He Staring At?

What's He Staring At?

Reddit

It began when a user of Reddit, kacyyy, began noticing some strange behavior in her dog. Every single day, her dog would stare out of the window. It wasn’t the usual watch traffic kind of stare, he was staring at something very specific. Kacy had no idea what could possibly be keeping her dog’s attention for such a long time. Was it a person or a thing? It was hard to tell since Kacy wasn't at home all the time to see what it was that was getting all of her dog's attention.

He Wouldn't Stop

He Wouldn't Stop

Most of the time Kacy was busy going back and forth to work and running errands, but she was determined to figure out what it was that her dog was obsessing over. Kacy first thought it was a squirrel or maybe a family of squirrels, but there weren't any squirrels around. On her one day off from work, Kacy would stay home most of the day to finally solve the mystery.

He Wouldn't Stop

He Wouldn't Stop

Catster

While watching television, Kacy noticed something. Her dog was staring into the neighbor's window and sitting in plain sight was the neighbor's cat. Could this be what the dog was staring at the entire time? Kacy didn't bother her dog and just observed the two. The cat sat in the window and seemed to be staring right back at the dog. This went on for two hours. Kacy looked over at the neighbor's window and the cat was curled in a ball sleeping while the dog continued to stare. This was getting weird. Her dog didn't even like cats.

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