Twitter goes wild for Corgi puppy at Target
Zira, the Corgi pup

A puppy who couldn't contain her excitement in Target has captured the hearts of thousands - with many admitting they get the same way when they shop at the retailer.

A Twitter user named Jesse happily shared photos of her three-month-old dog Zira grinning from ear to ear while she was being pushed in one of Target's bright red shopping carts. 'My dog went to Target and look how happy she is,' Jesse captioned the images, which have scored more than a half a million likes since Wednesday.

Twitter goes wild for Corgi puppy at Target

A star is born! A Twitter user named Jesse happily shared photos of her three-month-old dog Zira grinning from ear to ear in Target on Wednesday.

Plenty of people took to the comments section of the post to gush about the pup, who is a Pembroke Welsh corgi/miniature Australian shepherd mix, with some admitting to have similar reactions in Target.

'Me, in Target: SAME,' Robin Thede wrote, while Caroline Hirons commented: 'This is legit me in Target. Any aisle. Pick an aisle.'

And Marissa Kathryn simply responded: 'Girl same.'

Meanwhile, a Twitter user named Kinsey pointed out that Zira's expression matches the enthusiasm most people have when they are going on a shopping spree in the store.

Twitter goes wild for Corgi puppy at Target

'This is anyone when they go into Target spending $200 on stu? they don't even need,' she wrote.

Others compared little Zira to Target's oicial mascot, a Bull Terrier named Bullseye.

'That ain't your dog that's Bullseye,' Dylan McLaughlin wrote.

'That dog almost looks like the actual Target mascot dog,' Allan Bell, Jr. commented.

Twitter goes wild for Corgi puppy at Target

Look familiar: Others compared little Zira to Target's official mascot, a Bull Terrier named Bullseye.

Twitter goes wild for Corgi puppy at Target

Target red: Jesse's tweet has been liked more than a half a million times since it was shared.

Twitter goes wild for Corgi puppy at Target

Too cute: Zira isn't even four-months-old yet, and she already has more than 19,000 Instagram followers.

Zira isn't the only pet who likes Target, and Jesse's post inspired other people to share photos of their animals sitting in the company's red shopping carts.

A woman named Grace shared a picture of her black cat nestled inside an open backpack that was resting in a Target shopping car.

'She likes @Target as well. Ps. She's a working animal and extremely well-behaved,' she explained.

The viral post undoubtedly helped boost Zira's online fame. She isn't even four-months-old yet, and she already has more than 19,000 Instagram followers and her own Facebook page.