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Puppy LOVES mopping the floor: Baby corgi ‘helps worker clean the corridor every morning’

The puppy that LOVES mopping the floor: Baby corgi ‘helps worker clean the corridor every morning’ by pushing the mop with her paws

  • Kiki the corgi helps her building’s cleaner wipe the floor every morning in China
  • The tiny dog nudges the mop with her paws and nose to assist the female worker 
  • Adorable footage shows her running up and down the corridor during the task 

Kiki the corgi could be the most hardworking puppy you’ve met.

Every morning, the pet would wait by the door of her home in eastern China for the building’s cleaner to arrive – before helping the female worker mop the floor.

The tiny dog uses her paws to push the mop as she runs alongside the cleaner, according to Kiki’s owner Ms Zhang.

She would then help the female worker mop the floor

Every morning, Kiki, a dog living in eastern China, would wait by the door of her home in eastern China for the building’s cleaner to arrive – before helping the worker mop the floor

The puppy’s amusing actions have been recorded by Ms Zhang and shared onto Douyin, the Chinese version of TikTok, attracting hundreds of thousands of fans.

In one clip, filmed in July when Kiki was two months old, the short-legged female pet is seen struggling to follow the female worker in the beginning as she wipes the wooden floor with a mop.

The video then shows the corgi attempting to nudge the cleaning tool forward with her paws and, at one point, with her nose.

The heart-warming footage ends when the mop gets caught in a gap of the floor and stops, causing Kiki to slip and fall, too.

In one clip, filmed in July when Kiki was two months old, the short-legged pet is seen attempting to nudge the cleaning tool forward with her paws and, at one point, with her nose

The heart-warming footage ends when the mop gets caught in a gap of the floor and stops, causing Kiki to slip and fall, too

In one clip, filmed in July when Kiki was two months old, the short-legged pet is seen attempting to nudge the cleaning tool forward with her paws and, at one point, with her nose 

'I saw it and found it very interesting. So I took out the phone to record it,' Kiki's owner Ms Zhang told MailOnline

'From then on, [she] often follows the cleaner to mop the floor,' she added

‘I saw it and found it very interesting. So I took out the phone to record it,’ Kiki’s owner Ms Zhang told MailOnline. ‘From then on, [she] often follows the cleaner to mop the floor’

Kiki, now seven months old, lives in the city of Hefei in eastern China’s Anhui Province with Ms Zhang.

Her owner said that Kiki could not leave the building to play when she shot the video because the pet was yet to complete all her vaccinations.

Yet, the naughty dog would scratch their front door with her little paws in the morning when she heard the building cleaner come.

In the beginning, Kiki’s owner did not allow the pet to go out to join the cleaning work.

But one time, her owner opened the door briefly, and Kiki bolted out and immediately started to help the cleaner push the mop.

‘I saw [the scene] and found it very interesting. So I took out the phone to record it,’ Ms Zhang told MailOnline. ‘From then on, [she] often follows the cleaner to mop the floor.’ 

Kiki, now seven months old, and Ms Zhang live in the city of Hefei in eastern China's Anhui Province

The pet dog helps the building's cleaner do her work every morning

Kiki, now seven months old, and Ms Zhang live in the city of Hefei in eastern China’s Anhui

Kiki isn’t the only corgi in China that has raised to fame with her love for physical activity.

Last week, a young corgi called ‘Little Eight’ stunned social media with his athletic prowess on the basketball court.

The three-year-old pet was dubbed ‘the Cor-be Bryant of corgis’ by netizens after he was seen in trending footage pushing the ball with his nose and determinedly chasing his opponents.

Little Eight’s owner said that the pooch appeared to have a particular passion for the sport and even taught himself some dribbling moves after watching people play.

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