We love our pets but they can be incredibly naughty and mischievous animals at times. And the act of calling out our lovable pets for their mischievous naughtiness is a new hilarious trend that has taken the internet by storm. If your dog is up to no good, eating garbage, stealing food, or throwing blankets, why not try making them feel guilty by outing them in public? Ok, so maybe the guilt thing is a stretch, but the pictures are funny as hell.
All you have to do is grab a pen and paper, write down your dog’s misbehavior, as well as take a picture of them with the sign and a guilty look on their face. Then, of course post it online.
And exactly as I suggested you do, the owners of Reddit are sharing the funniest stuff that their pets did in the Dog Shaming subreddit. They’re not doing this due to their pet’s aggressive behavior, but rather a pooch chewing their favorite pair of slippers, eating their dinner, or farting without any shame. And if your beloved pet has these minor slipups, there’s surely no need to send him for a time-out or penalize this kind of behavior. But if you still want to make your funny dog go on a guilt trip, Dog shaming might be the best solution.
On the other hand, some animal rights activists have considered the act of dog shaming as ‘irresponsible’ and ‘mean.’ To them I say, it’s a joke. Our pets are none the wiser and definitely not being hurt in any way. So lighten up and have some fun! Now, check out these dog shaming pics which will show you just how silly and impish our lovable pets can be!
Photographing squirrels isn’t an easy task. Whenever they feel threatened by the presence of humans, they start running with all they got. However, Johnny Kääpä has dedicated most of his time to do that and has managed to pull out some incredible shots. Johhny has been photographing squirrels for a couple of years. What he looks for in a photograph is the feeling it gives out. Now dealing with squirrels it can be quite challenging to be able to capture their emotions, but this talented photographer didn’t fail to serve.
“I have no idea if the squirrels have a lot of emotions, except hunger, fear, and sleep, but I would like to think they do. And I always look for pictures that seem to express those feelings,” said the photographer. He had taken thousands of shots and it’s hard to select some out of his collection. His love for squirrels and photography got to other people as well, where so far he counts 17.8k followers who support his work.
We managed to make a collection with some of the most recent images he has shared. Scroll down below to check it out and enjoy!