Day 8 in isolation; Playing catch with a nearly fully blind dog pic.twitter.com/FODSXUuAlw
— Joe Lolley (@JLolley23) March 31, 2020
Nottingham Forest winger Joe Lolley filmed himself playing catch with his nearly-blind dog in his garden, with the poor pet taking the ball on the head.
Lolley’s partially sighted pooch remains undeterred by the initial mishap, shooting off to chase the object that’s just bounced off his bonce.
Doing us proud 🙏
Season card holder and nurse Lisa Filby, here with her colleagues Jill, Gavin and Kirsty in the dialysis unit at Kingsmill Hospital. THANK YOU!
— 🅽otting🅷am fore🆂t fc (@NFFC) March 31, 2020
The 27-year-old has been looking for ways to keep himself entertained at home during football’s break amid the global coronavirus pandemic.
He recently attempted to throw a saucepan over his house having been challenged by former team-mate Ben Osborn, now of Sheffield United.