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Viral clip: Tahidi High actress shares a plate of food with her puppy

Carol Mwaura, popularly known as Miss Goretti from the show Tahidi High, has taken social media by storm after a TikTok video of her eating from the same bowl as her pet dog, Eli, went viral.

In the video, Carol feeds Eli from her bowl while her friend records and questions her behavior.

Unbothered, Carol defends her actions, stating that her dog is clean and that she enjoys eating with it.

“My dog is clean. He is a baby who is cleaned every day. I am okay. And it is better to eat together with a dog than to feed with a betrayer,” she said.

The video has since sparked a mixed reaction, with some of her fans questioning her behaviour, while others defend her actions.

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After feeding enough, her pet walks away as Carol says that is exactly what most men will do when they are done with a woman.

“Men are just men, they will behave like the dog has done when it is full. Sometimes they will leak their plate yet the food is next to them.”

Her friend Wambui defends her, stating that Carol was just herself and that trolls cannot shake her personality.

“Most of celebrities trolling and posting on the issue never posted her new song. Thanks to those who have posted positively and shared her song link. I guess her message was right though,” Wambui said.

In a past interview, Carol talked about her experience studying foreign languages, specifically German, in search of a better life in Europe.

However, she was scammed by an agency that registered her to work as a house help in Lebanon, which she described as modern-day slavery.

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After returning to Kenya, she pursued her talent in acting and singing and has since appeared in several Kikuyu shows that air on Inooro TV.

She is a talented musician and songwriter who has composed songs like ‘Ningukurumirira’ and ‘Wendo ta Ucio’. She is currently promoting her new song dubbed ‘Karugano’.

While many dog owners share table scraps with their pets, a vet has warned of the possible health dangers if your dog shares food directly from your plate.

According to Country Living, plates licked by dogs can harbor hidden bacteria such as salmonella, which dishwashing cannot destroy.

Additionally, many foods still lingering on human plates can poison dogs, making your pup ill.

Overall, Carol’s video has sparked a conversation about the safety of eating with pets and the boundaries we set with our furry friends.

While some may see it as a harmless act of love and bonding, others raise concerns about potential health risks.

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