This is one sight you don’t want to miss.
We know all the dogs are super cute and super amazing. But Siberian Huskies are breathtakingly beautiful. Please don’t judge us for picking sides but this is true. The beauty of the Siberian Huskies actually makes people turn their heads. And we just can’t get enough of them.
But today, we are here to tell you about a particular Siberian Husky that has been getting a lot of attention lately. Do you know why? Because this cutie has brown fur. OMG! As if being a Siberian Husky was not enough, this rare beauty is going to drive us crazy with his brown fur.
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This is SeQuoi Tenk (AKA Quoi).
This rare beauty is Quoi. Since this Siberian Husky has shiny blue eyes and brown fur, anyone can easily mistake him for being a wolf.
You will be amazed to know that he has so many followers on his Instagram account. Also, he has traveled lower 48 of the United States. Well, that’s a lot of reason to get a little jealous of this beauty.
He gathered over 22,000 followers on his Instagram account in just 8 months.
Which doesn’t come as a surprise to us, just look at him!
There is a meaning behind his unique name.
His mother Nikki told us “his first name SeQuoi, is after a sequoia tree”.
“They say a name can really shape a personality, and I wanted him to be big, tall, and strong like a sequoia tree is.”
“Tenko is Japanese for ‘heavenly fox,’ and as much as I wanted him to be strong, I also wanted him to be sweet, which he totally is!”
Other than a cute little white spot on his chest, all of Quoi’s fur is brown.
Completely brown-furred Huskies are very rare, so he gets a lot of attention when he is near people.
“Everywhere we go, people stop in their tracks wanting to pet him,” says Nikki.
However, people have a hard time believing he is a pure Siberian Husky.
“I get asked at least three-five times by strangers ‘what is he?’ and when I say ‘Siberian Husky,’ no one ever believes me, but he is AKC certified and is 100%, Siberian Husky.”
He just looks like the combination of a wolf and a bear
But his majestic looks prove he is a Husky.
Nikki got him when he was just a puppy.
She initially wanted to adopt a full-grown dog, but it was hard for her to get approval from an animal sanctuary because she doesn’t have a permanent residence.
“The puppy route was my only choice to get a dog,” she explains. “While he wasn’t the dog I was searching for, he was exactly the dog I needed. Full of attitude and goofiness.”