A BOY of nine tricked his dad into buying a puppy by impersonating his mum in texts.
Cheeky Noah Ley used words like “Hi hun” and “love” to make Kevyn think she was agreeing.Noah Ley, 9, tricked his dad into buying a puppy by impersonating his mum in texts[/caption]
Hilariously, Noah sealed the deal by signing off: “Kev just get one, the kids are crying”.
The family had been discussing getting a second dog when steel worker Kevyn, 43, rang wife Janine, 40, to tell her an eight-week-old golden cocker spaniel was available to rehome immediately.
Dental nurse Janine said she wanted time to think about it.
But when she wasn’t looking, excited Noah swiped her phone and carried on the conversation over WhatsApp.
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By the time Janine — also mum to Ethan, 15, and three-year-old Nellie — realised, Kevyn had already agreed to have Lulu.
He brought her home to Newport, South Wales, the next day and introduced her to their 18- month-old cocker spaniel Jet.
Noah said: “I really wanted a dog. I was very pleased when we got Lulu.
“She gets on with Jet, and I really love her.”
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Janine said: “Noah’s absolutely nailed it — the impersonation is spot on.
“It’s naughty but he’s really funny.”
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Kevyn added: “I’m definitely talking to her in future.
“I’m going to have to ring her first and say, ‘Is this you?’ or have a code word.”Noah said: ‘I really wanted a dog. I was very pleased when we got Lulu’[/caption]