A Subway worker has shared the story of a stray dog which visits the store every evening for food – leading to others online saying they ‘would die’ for the woofer nicknamed Subway Sally.
A video showing the staff member wrapping up chicken, bacon and turkey as Sally waits patiently looking through the door was uploaded to TikTok, where it attracted millions of likes.
User Kxnuko said the stray had been visiting the same branch in New Mexico every night for the past year, where the kind staff who gave her the affectionate nickname always provide her with a bundle of food.
He explains that a woman in the flower shop next door grooms Sally to keep her looking so smart and if she’s too late to pick up her sandwich snack, she’ll head across the road to be fed at Taco Bell instead.
Following the popularity of the first clip, Kxnuko made a follow up video as he headed outside with some chicken and turkey, describing the adorable doggo as ‘a little messy’.
Fielding a few of the questions he had received on the video sharing platform, he explains Sally has had four litters of pups since he had been working at the store.
The worker isn’t able to take Sally home as he lives with cats and said he won’t take her to a shelter as the nearest one 20 miles away has a ‘high kill rate’.
In a ‘finale to my three part mini series on Subway Sally’ he goes out to greet Sally to tell her she’s become the talk of TikTok before showing a group of college girls opening their car door hoping the dog would go home with them.
But Sally turns down their offer and is shown again peering through the shop’s glass door, hoping to bag some more tasty treats.
Kxnuko signs off by saying there are ‘a lot of strays’ in his town and Sally unfortunately isn’t special as he describes the area as ‘poor’ where ‘more often than not people can’t afford pet food’.
He told Subway Sally fans not to worry as the store will continue to feed her and says ‘multiple people’ have tried taking her home but she never wants to go, suspecting she has a regular place to sleep and puppies to care for.
The video was shared on Twitter with the caption ‘Not to be dramatic but I would die for Subway Sally’ and many others felt the same.
One replied on TikTok: “Sobbing, absolutely sobbing.”
Another said: “Please make her the mascot of that Subway, take shifts on taking her home and caring for her.”