Lion King! Oh! For those who grew up in the 90s, it should come as no surprise that this Disney masterpiece has become the greatest release in the traditional animated format.
Characters, scenarios, scenarios and intense emotional impact; the perfect recipe for a timeless classic.
So for me, who watched Disney’s 1995 The Lion King on VHS tape, it’s very easy to understand why this “staff’s best friend”
Own confession: I washed my entire shirt with tears when the scar fell off the cliff of his brother king Mufasa.
And here in this YouTube video by Josh Myers, it’s Pitbull who is under emotional pressure and can’t fire people, Mufasa.
The scene shown in this video begins at the moment when Mufasa is thrown off a cliff – he lies dead on the ground – and Simba appears to wake his father.
At this moment, our furry friend begins to wag his tail and makes sad moans.
The pit bull who calls for the moon was playing with his toys when he suddenly focused on the screen.
She saw a dead lion on the ground and at the same time her young lion innocently tried to wake her up.
Too much for such a sensitive, emotionally intelligent life, like a dog!
So we watched Hannah’s The Lion King while Luna played wildly with her toys.
But as soon as Mufasa dies, she stops and turns to the TV to watch,” Josh writes in his description of the video.
Throughout the scenes, Luna captures strong emotional outbursts of the broken Symba in connection with the unexpected death of his father.
Now, when Simba tried to wake up his father – he scratched his paws, pulled his ears and desperately called for help – you can see the moon walking around everywhere, as if she was physically ill.
“Seeing her cry in front of the TV was the cutest thing I have ever seen,” Josh writes in the description.
And that’s when the most heartbreaking moment of the scene arrives – Simba finally realizes that his dad is no more with him.
The bereaved cub starts crying while slowly clutching down under his father’s enormous paws.
“She even lays down right after Simba lays with his dad… We don’t deserve dogs. 4 months old and she’s already showing empathy,” writes Josh.
But an amazing thing followed this emotional encounter – Luna firmly stands up when Mufasa’s brother Scar shows up from behind while Simba is sobbing.
It is a very distinct mark of emotional intelligence that was shown by a 4-month-old dog. This is a real blow to all those peoples who believe that animals are incapable of understanding emotions or feelings.
So, always love and cherish every animal, and please never underestimate their intelligence – animals are much more capable of understanding feelings and emotions than we think.