Dog listed on Shopee for ฿55


There are a variety of secondhand products being sold on e-commerce websites like Shopee. Most of the products we expect to see are electronics, bags, or household items.

However, live animals, like pet dogs aren’t common sights across any online shopping platforms. That’s why netizens were surprised when Facebook user Vee Taechasaransirikul listed her dog on Shopee.

Her actions have brought joy and laughter to many netizens, leading many to wonder if the listing was valid. 

Let’s see what else netizens had to say about the seller’s initiative.

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A new “rehoming” method


As a joke, Vee decided to list her doggo on Shopee. However, her post conveyed that she meant business – the seller would reject pre-orders and apply the universal rule of, first come, first served”.

According to the write-up, the doggo is priced only at ฿55 (~USD2), with no colour options available.

Netizen Lists Dog On "Shopee", Shoppers Laugh At New Rehoming Method
Screenshot: Vee Taechasaransirikul

Translation:
Hi people, this is Lilly. A one-year-old female hybrid dog.
She’s very obedient, friendly, and not a picky eater.

Apparently, Covid-19’s impact on the economy has inspired the Shopee seller to share this post to bring cheer to the community.


Netizens react to the doggo post


After Vee’s attempt to jokingly advertise her precious doggo on Shopee, her post received over 5K shares, sparking interest among many netizens to try “rehoming” their pets too.

Netizen Lists Dog On "Shopee", Shoppers Laugh At New Rehoming Method

Screenshot: Vee Taechasaransirikul

Translation:
On sale! We give two extra eggs and our product is super friendly!

Netizen Lists Dog On "Shopee", Shoppers Laugh At New Rehoming Method
Screenshot: Vee Taechasaransirikul

Translation:
I’m selling my cat. Only ฿39 (~USD1) and with extra two eggs

Netizen Lists Dog On "Shopee", Shoppers Laugh At New Rehoming Method

Screenshot: Vee Taechasaransirikul

Translation:

Netizen 1: Where do I order? Lol.
Netizen2: This online merchant is funny

TBH, we think this is a pretty ingenious move – and possibly a clever way for the OP to gain more visibility and connections on the e-commerce platform.


Inspo for new e-commerce ideas


Thanks to Vee’s funny initiative, a slew of other e-commerce merchants could be inspired to feature their pets in future posts, ultimately making the universe a better place. Cause really, who doesn’t love seeing adorable animals on the web?

What cheers you up? Do you prefer funny cat videos, reaction videos or something more niche? Let us know in the comments. 


Cover images adapted from: Vee Taechasaransirikul

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