Everyone knows the tune, but not many know the name of Auld Lang Syne, the official unofficial song played at the stroke of midnight at countless New Year’s Eve parties.
This Rosh Hashanah themed viral video published by CNewsOrg in 2009 is trending again now, as the Jewish New Year approaches, starting on the night of the 16th.
Each year before the Jewish New year, a trumpet made from a ram’s horn, or shofar, is blown everyday for thirty days as a countdown to the Day Of Judgement.
When this rabbi blasted the shofar’s final long note, a random dog walking by heard the deep note and must have interrupted it as a dog, because it howled back in response.
After the laughter died down over the serendipitous event, the Rabbi admitted, “This was not a setup, I promise.”
Demon, the tiny three and a half week old Siberian Husky who lives with missy41204, is a the latest adorable pet to steal the hearts of viewers online. The precious pup tries his best to howl, but falls short. Don’t worry little guy, have a long life ahead full of howling and barking the mailman and such.
There no question that wolves and dogs howl to communicate in some form. Often, even the smallest pup will let out a reciprocal howl when hearing another from the distance.