Pets are adorable, loving (except cats, of course) and, most importantly, hilariously stupid. Have you ever looked at your pet and wondered if they could survive in the wild? Well, we know for a fact that the domestic companions in this list would last less than a day before getting stuck in a Darwin Award-worthy deathtrap. But are they going to admit that? It’s quite doubtful.
This Husky’s wolfish ancestors were very adept at climbing trees, and he’s simply honoring an old family tradition. It can’t be comfy, though; that bark looks like it has some bite.
“Who’s a good boy?”
“I am! I am! Wait… where are you going? You can’t leave me here! This is animal cruelty! I’m calling the ASPCA… as soon as I figure out how to get down.”
“Hey Bob… are you okay with this?”
“Yep. I’m okay with this.”
“We should do this more often.”
“Wait, are you… are you touching my tail, Jim?”
“I am Dog, King of Big House and ruler of the Seven Lawns of Cul-de-sac. I am here to drink root beer and purge my kingdom of cats and all cat-kin. Also, I am a good boy.”
Poor Ruby. Sometimes trying to be like the humans reminds you just how canine you really are. Still, humans can’t recognize each other by the smell of our butts. Well, maybe we can but we don’t.
That’s not what we meant when we said we needed a new cat-flap. We must say, we find the whole cat-caught-in-the-act look rather ameowsing.
Nice helmet ’lil buddy! Shortly after this photo was taken, the dog’s growl dropped an octave, and he muttered something about “destroying the Batman… and Catwoman while I’m at it.”
Chair up little fellah! It’s not all doom and gloom. At least you are finally allowed on the furniture. Well, technically the furniture is allowed on you.
“Begone human. I am one with sofa now. I have been assimilated, and soon you will be, too. Save yourself! I don’t have much time.”
We’d love to hear this guy’s inner monologue. “Dog stuck! Haha!.. Dog stuck fence woof! Fence dog hold woof, haha! Hahaha woofwoofwoof! Hehe barkwoof!” *lick* “Fence!”
All his life Fido wanted to be a snake. When his wish finally came true he deeply regretted it. Apparently, no one enjoys walking or playing fetch with snakes.
Peggy here has accepted her fate. She will now forever be known as “The Gatekeeper,” and she’s fine with that. It means she gets first dibs on reading the mail and newspapers that come to the house.
Oh god. Those eyes… Despite lots of loving snuggles from Boris, Mia here has accepted her fate. As she slowly fades, only Boris’ yelps of undying love play her out.
“Everything will be okay,” she whispers. “Goodbye, Boris.”
“I have literally no idea how I got here. I was just peeing on carpets and tripping over nothing – you know, puppy stuff – then BOOM! Dog in a wall. Can you help please?”
“Help? No, no, no, never mind; I don’t need any help. This is how I like to hammock. In fact, I think I’ll stay here all day. I am that comfy. Do you think you could just pass me a few nibbles?
“Oooohhh you said you needed some more coat hangers. See, when I heard that, I thought you said you needed more “stupid cats who don’t know how to exist properly.”
I mean, what is there to say? Ferrets don’t belong in toilet roll tubes, whether they’re singing or not. They belong down rabbit holes or people’s trousers. Doesn’t seem to bother this little guy, though.
“These new dog-sized baths are terrific, human. The water is nice and cool, it has this jet feature, and it even tastes different, ha! Sorry? This is where you what? You… you really do that here? You animal…”
After feline her way around the inside of the sofa for an hour, this moggie found herself in a bit of a predicament. Still, at least the owner can use her head to rest his beer now.
“I okay, I just vewwy scayered. Pwease call for help. I didn’t wealise it was a wedwood when I cwimed it. I’ll twy to hold on, you just get the fire bwigade.”