Kevin has been the only baby in his family. For 4 long years, he had all the attention of his mom and dad. And that’s just how he likes it. But then, everything suddenly changed.
Carleigh Johnson Stroup, together with her husband, took Kevin in when he was still a very young pup. Since the beginning, they have focused all their love and attention to the laid-back pup. Kevin governed the house, as the spouses say. But that isn’t the case anymore.
A couple of weeks ago, Carleigh and her hubby decided that it’s about time they grow their little family. So they went ahead and adopted a new pup. They called the rambunctious young puppy Lyle. But apparently, the couple failed to ask and consult Kevin first.
And just like that, the peaceful, easy-going, and calm lifestyle Kevin once had at home is gone. He can no longer enjoy a day with no annoyances and now has to compete for attention. Nevertheless, Lyle brought an entirely new vibe to Kevin: A playful and energetic puppy vibe.
But no matter how friendly Lyle approached his new brother, Kevin didn’t demonstrate a bit of modesty in showing how he feels about the matter. Watch his adorable reaction here:
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Posted by Carleigh Johnson Stroup on Wednesday, 12 June 2019
“That’s absolutely his signature, ‘What. Have. You.Done.’ face,” said Carleigh. Well, sorry, Kevin. But that’s how your life is going to be from now on.
Despite being Kevin’s absolute opposite, Lyle adores his big brother so much. He just wants to be where Kevin is. He’s simply obsessed with his new best friend.
Carleigh also mentioned that while Kevin had to get used to Lyle being around, they have become inseparable. Kevin likes hanging out with his little brother when their parents are out. After all, Lyle will definitely mellow down to the same energy as Kevin’s. But until then, the older pup, at least, gets to enjoy the ride.
Credits to Carleigh Johnson Stroup