You have Bored Panda to thank for your latest internet obsession. The publication asked for people to share photos of times their pets were total jerks, and the images they managed to collect are hilarious. Ask and you shall receive—thank you, internet!
Apparently, the folks who’ve uploaded photos to the Bored Panda website aren’t alone, because people all over the internet have shared similar experiences. No matter what social media platform you scroll through, you’re bound to find instances in which animals have gotten into mischief. If you’re also a pet owner, you’ll likely understand where they’re coming from.
Check out some of the funniest posts of pets acting up, and rest easy knowing that you’re not alone in your struggles as a pet owner. Because really—we’ve all been there before.
No More Wifi
Having trouble connecting to your WiFi? There’s a good reason for that.
Someone had a little too much fun playing outside.
— Ibeebz (@ibeebz2) October 7, 2017
Sure, Look Cute Now
How could this cute little cat possibly have done anything wrong? See, that’s how they win us over.
— Stella the Tiny Cat (@stellatinycat) October 14, 2017
Think you’re missing some of your underwear? No, you’re not going crazy. There’s a very good explanation, in fact.
Stealthy Shower Cat
You didn’t need this shower curtain, did you? Good, didn’t think so.
Doing The Dishes
This wasn’t exactly what the owner had in mind when they said they’d like help with the dishes.
— Rosie Palfy (@RosiePalfy) October 9, 2017
Take The Day Off
Pets can make it pretty impossible to work from home.
My cat under my desk trying to see what trouble he can get into to distract me from working. pic.twitter.com/FZKWGUthyM
— Katie Slivensky (@paleopaws) September 4, 2017
This Spot’s Taken
Dogs love lounging in the pool—didn’t this person get the memo?
Room With A View
Oh, come on. This dog was just trying to get a look out the window.
— Angelique Kenney (@AngeliqueKenney) October 5, 2017
It’s Time For A Walk
Did you think you were going to get to relax and watch TV? Nope. Time to take the dog for a walk, instead.
— AnimalPlex (@animalplex) October 28, 2016
Pets certainly have a way of pushing our buttons, but what can we say? Can’t live with ’em, can’t live without ’em.