Huskies have a double coat of fur, and are most comfortable in cold weather…and fridges apparently.
The lady talking to Luna is saying: “Luna, what are you doing there? How did you get there? Are you going to stay there? It’s midnight my darling…”
“Oh my sweet heart, have you found your special spot?”
Some say it’s unkind to keep siberian huskies and other dogs of this sort in hot places, but the double coat of fur can also help keep them cool, they just need lots of shade and water to drink and cool their paws off—after a run huskies like to swipe their paws in their water bowls or a little paddling pool if there’s no where to swim.
There are sled dog racing clubs all over the world, even down in New Zealand (yes, Kiwis love their midnight forrest races, they are nocturnal you know). They use either dog sleds (in the snow) or dog scooters and bikes to get pulled by a pack of huskies. Where it’s hotter they race at night, and only if it’s below 5oºF (10º C). If theres anything huskies like more than snow, it’s to run. RUN AND RUN. Mush!