All of us have instances where our pets have driven us crazy. But we continue to love them nevertheless. When we first adopt a pet, we hardly reckon the depth of the bond that we will share with them. We bring them home as pets but end up treating them like our kids. We have conversations with them, feed them, and play with them. Even the pets begin to form a bond with us that is more than just a source of food. This beautiful bond often enables our pets to get away with the kind of mess they make around our house. It is not like we can ground them or ask them to go to their room.
At times, the mess is big enough to make us lose our mind. But there’s not much we can do about it. To address this issue, some ingenious pawrents came up with a hilarious idea of pet shaming. The idea emerged in 2012 on Tumblr. Pet shaming involves taking a picture of the pet along with a sign that tells everybody what they did to deserve shaming.
We bring to you some of the best pet shaming pics online. Scroll through the pawsome pictures and don’t forget to share the joy with your friends and family!
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Scientists and doctors have often engaged in debates about whether animals can feel only the primary emotions of happiness, sadness, and fear, or are they also capable of exhibiting more complex secondary emotions. Some have contended that dogs and cats have a limited range of emotions, much like a human baby at 18 months old. Others believe that while pets do exhibit secondary emotions, they are unable to display them. So, it could be that our cat is actually embarrassed about something it did, or it could be that it us who are just externalizing it.