Ginger Rogers is a dancing sensation, but this is not the one you have in mind. This Ginger Rogers is a dog!
AmoMama stumbled upon this gem of a video that simply has to be shared. For this dog, it was 'a long dance to freedom' to escape her prison cell in the animal rescue center.
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Watch the video below to see the dancing Ginger Rogers perform the dance that stole the hearts of thousands across the world.
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"Outside of a dog, a book is a man's best friend. Inside of a dog, it's too dark to read." - Groucho Marx.
The dancing sensation featured in the video is a one-year-old stray that had been found wandering around in the streets of Orlando.
She did not seem scared or frightened, but she did look lost and homeless. She was taken to an animal rescue center where she was to wait for a hopeful adoption.
But the unknown pooch had apparently learned a lifetime's worth of lessons in the short one year that she had presumably lived on the streets.
She had learned to survive out in the rough city, and to get out of any situation. This must not have been a new environment for her, for she knew all the right moves.
She had a brilliant plan. She knew it would work. She had waited patiently in her cell for a friendly, caring employee to look in her direction.
One glance... That was all she needed. And she got it!
The very moment that one of the staff had let her accidental gaze fall on the dog, she broke loose into an enticing dance. Her fate was sealed, and she knew it.
Overwhelmed by the pooch's cute dance, the shelter recorded a video of her performance and posted it to social media.
It was not long before her video became a viral sensation and she was adopted. Puppy eyes are child's play compared to what this dog has!
They named her Ginger Rogers after Fred Astaire's incredible, talented dancing partner. It is a name that serves her well.
What did you think about Ginger's performance? Has she got the moves or what? Let us know what you thought in the comments below.
SOURCE: FOX 59