Source: @TACHUNOKOHIME Shiba inu’s overzealous reaction to eating natto results in dramatically cute trip to vet 2020-03-22 Sun 2020-03-22 Sun Like many shiba inu, Tatsunoko-hime (affectionately known as Tacchan), is known to get into some silly predicaments. While Tacchan doesn't (at least to our knowledge...) stick her head through holes in walls or have an elaborate pre-meal dance routine, the cute shiba recently had a momentarily terrifying run-in with natto (Japanese fermented soy beans) that ended with a dramatic, but hilarious trip to the vet. この度は、タッちゃんを沢山の方に知って頂けてとても感動しております。有難うございます??現在頂いている多くのDMやフォロワーさんへの対応が私1人では追い付かず、通知の重さで画面が度々フリーズする為いいねも押せません。どうぞ我が家の切なげなわらび餅でもつまみながら落ち着いて下さい。 pic.twitter.com/cLvdExMD2p— たちゅのこ姫 (@TACHUNOKOHIME) March 18, 2020 One of Tacchan's humans @TACHUNOKOHIME recently shared the harrowing tale on Twitter with the below video, which becomes a lot more adorable in hindsight. "3 months ago, Tacchan suddenly turned into a castanet when she ate some natto. My husband grabbed her and rushed to the vet while shouting "don't die!" Then the vet said to my husband, whose face had gone pale from crying: 'There's no problem with her! Hahaha. She just thinks natto is so delicious she can't control her excitement! Hahaha!' Since then my husband has been totally embarassed and will hardly enter the examination room at the vet." 3ヶ月前、納豆を食べたタッちゃんが突然カスタネットになった。夫は「死ぬなよ!!」とか言いながらタッちゃん抱えて病院へ。涙目で青ざめる夫に先生が放った言葉は「異常ありませんよww納豆が美味しすぎて興奮したんですね！ww」以来、夫は恥ずかしさのあまり診察室には入らない事にしている。 pic.twitter.com/GKXFE75lgJ— たちゅのこ姫 (@TACHUNOKOHIME) March 16, 2020 Anyone familiar with natto knows that outside of its strong smell, the fermented soy beans are known for a slimy, sticky, and stringy texture that requires a lot of stirring before eating. While Tacchan was most certainly processing that, apparently the delightful shiba had also been smacking her lips in excitement over her new, and surprising, favor treat! By - grape Japan editorial staff. Tags: Dogs / Funny / Japan / Natto / Shiba Inu / Twitter grape Japan Animals Shiba inu’s overzealous reaction to eating natto results in dramatically cute trip to vet Related Article Japanese Yakiniku Chain Lets You BBQ And Eat Along With Your Dog Artist Behind Creepy Momo Image Destroys Sculpture Coca-Cola’s Festive Christmas Ribbon Bottle Has Made Its Arrival In Japan Japanese Artist Paints A Dragon Using The One Stroke Technique These reversible fox and tanuki cushions can add a bit of forest magic to any home Put your running shoes on, Yokohama Marathon has gone virtual!