10+ Reasons Why You Shouldn’t Leave Your Pets With Kids

If I tried to put clothes on my cat, it would probably tear my face off. But as you can see from this hilarious list compiled by Bored Panda, some pets are more tolerant than others, especially with kids! From dogs being used as living canvasses to cats being dressed in all sorts of humiliating attire, this collection will make you smile while also serving as a sweet reminder of the bond between kids and their pets. Don’t forget to vote for the best!

#1 Kids, Sharpies, And A Dalmatian Makes For Interesting Times

Kids, Sharpies, And A Dalmatian Makes For Interesting Times

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#2 They Will Soon Start To Think That They’re Pets Too

They Will Soon Start To Think That They're Pets Too

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#3 You Nose That I Love You

You Nose That I Love You

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#4 I Didn’t Do It. It Was The Dog

I Didn't Do It. It Was The Dog

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#5 Don’t Leave Your Kids Home Alone With A Cat

Don't Leave Your Kids Home Alone With A Cat

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#6 I Left My Niece Alone With My Dog For 20 Minutes And Came Back To This…

I Left My Niece Alone With My Dog For 20 Minutes And Came Back To This...

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#7 Cat’s Face Says It All

Cat's Face Says It All

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#8 This Is What Happens When You Leave Your Kids With The Dog

This Is What Happens When You Leave Your Kids With The Dog

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#9 I Recently Realized That My 6 Year Old Sister Has Been Modeling Our Dog And Taking Pictures Of It On My Camera

I Recently Realized That My 6 Year Old Sister Has Been Modeling Our Dog And Taking Pictures Of It On My Camera

This “Crazy Dog Lady Man” Is On A Mission To Rescue Every Dog In The World

Meet Ryan Anderson, an Aussie guy who calls himself the “world’s biggest dog lover” – and lives up to the title every single day. Anderson is a full-time animal welfare inspector with the RSPCA and in his free time, he volunteers and fosters doggies in need. “Not only is it my full-time job to work with rescue animals, it is also my passion and hobby,” Anderson said. “I live and breathe dogs.”

While he aims to help as many animals as possible, the guy has only two permanent pets – a Rottweiler named Goose and a cat named Krumm. “The less dogs I own the more I can foster is my motto,” Anderson told The Dodo. “My favorite part would definitely be the moment one of your foster dogs finds his forever home. It’s sad to say goodbye, but it opens up a new spot for another foster to join the family.”

The ‘crazy dog lady man’ isn’t planning to stop: “I also have a dream to one day have my own rescue organisation/farm to help rehome long term rescue dogs as well as behaviourally challenged dogs ,” Anderson told Bored Panda. “Shelter dogs absolutely ROCK.”

More info: Facebook | Instagram (h/t)

Meet Ryan Anderson, an Aussie guy who calls himself the “world’s biggest dog lover”

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Anderson is a full-time animal welfare inspector and in his free time, he fosters doggies in need

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“Not only is it my full-time job to work with rescue animals, it is also my passion and hobby”

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While he aims to help as many animals as possible, the guy has only two permanent pets

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“The less dogs I own the more I can foster is my motto”

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“My favorite part would definitely be the moment one of your foster dogs finds his forever home”

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“It’s sad to say goodbye, but it opens up a new spot for another foster to join the family”

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The ‘crazy dog lady man’ isn’t planning to stop and hopes to have his own rescue organisation

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He wants to help rehome long term rescue dogs as well as behaviourally challenged ones

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“Second hand dogs, make first class pets! Shelter dogs absolutely ROCK”

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Muslim Teen Asks Dad If She Could Remove Her Hijab, And His Response Is Brilliant

17-year-old Lamyaa from Pennsylvania was recently engaged in a group chat with friends. When everybody started discussing Donald Trump, Lamyaa, who is an Arab Muslim Woman, contributed to the discussion with her own strong views about the president. Realizing that she was a Muslim, a mutual friend in the group chat, whom she didn’t know, responded to her comments in the only way that idiots know how.

“Stop defending Islam Bitch shut up you couldn’t take that scarf off or your dad would beat your ass,” they wrote, prompting the best response ever from Lamyaa. Because instead of letting the insult slide, or responding to the stranger in a similarly brainless manner, she decided to ask her dad, who lives in Saudi Arabia, if it was ok for her to remove her hijab. What did he say? See for yourself below. She shared his answer on Twitter and it’s since gone viral with over 320k likes 147k shares.

17-year-old Lamyaa is an Arab Muslim woman from Pennsylvania

She was recently having a group chat with friends when somebody she didn’t know insulted her

Lamyaa decided to ask her father if it was OK to take off her hijab, and his response couldn’t have been better

Many people were quick to stand behind Lamyaa and her father

And Lamyaa was also keen to let people know that she had no intention of actually taking her hijab off

Other people had different views however

And so Lamyaa decided to clarify things a little

“Your dad is so sweet!” wrote one person, and we have to agree

Under-Dogs: I Photograph Dogs From Underneath

I am presenting the Under-dogs project.

Under-cats, Under-rabbits and Under-horse projects are the projects that had been published before. Pets photographed from the underneath on a black background somehow have become my signature artwork.

This time it is dog lovers’ turn! The actual project was photographed a year ago. However, we were patiently waiting until now as we wanted to present the results along with the publication of Under-dogs book.

This project is most comparable with the Under-Cats. Cats were very cute but dogs are more playful. Dogs are more obedient which helps us to create more interesting shots. While some dogs were playful on the ground they have completely changed on the glass and stood still like a rock. Others weren’t afraid of standing above which was easy and fun to work with. I learned two main things from these photo shoots. First, cats think they are gods, since people feed, love and give them homes. Secondly, dogs see human as a god as they feed, love and give them homes. Probably you had to read that twice.

For the Under-dogs project I have designed a specially manufactured glass table in order to photograph bigger dogs. After capturing Under-dogs, I decided to go full-time on the following projects of Underlook. In our future plans – Tigers.

Today I am also presenting a release of my second book with dogs. Books can be bought on Amazon and it is shipped worldwide. You can also see a backstage video on my Youtube channel.
More info: underlook.org | getunderlook.com | Facebook | youtu.be

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Quokkas Are The Happiest Animals In The World

You might not have heard of the quokka before, but there’s a good chance you’ve seen pictures of them floating around the internet. They’re distinctive because of their cheeky little grins, and it’s no surprise that they’re often referred to as the happiest animals in the world.

Quokkas come from the same family as the kangaroo (called Macropodidae) and they live on a handful of small Australian islands such as Rottnest Island and Bald Island. They can live for up to ten years, and just like other Macropods, the quokka is herbivorous and mainly nocturnal. Unlike many other animals however, the quokka, which has a “vulnerable” conservation status, isn’t very scared of humans.

They don’t seem to be scared of selfies either, and there was even a craze a few years ago that saw people taking pictures with the smiling little animals. It might seem like a fun thing to do, but remember that anybody caught handling or feeding them can be issued with a fine of up to A$300. It’s probably best to just leave them alone and enjoy this list compiled by Bored Panda instead. And no, before you ask, you cannot keep quokkas as pets!

#1 Gimme A Hug

Gimme A Hug

#2 Smiling Even When Asleep

Smiling Even When Asleep

#3 Smiling To The Camera

Smiling To The Camera

#4 Hello World

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#5 Funny Quokka Selfie

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I Tried Photographing My Daughter And My Dog. It Almost Led To A Divorce

So when my son, Mustang, came into our lives, I decided I will photograph him and my daughter – Aayat. That ambitious project almost led to a divorce.

I asked my husband to assist me on my shoots and it was worse than asking him to help me practice my driving. He just kept coming in between of that perfect moment to give instructions to my daughter. For some reason, he thought he was helping me.

I almost missed my shot every single time… but then I got these gems too.

Never again will I assign the assistant’s job to my husband though.

More info: butnaturalphotography.com

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Forever Together: Hand-Painted Shoulder Bags With Animals In A Pocket

Cat with moustache is a brand that was created quite unexpectedly. When I finished studying philology and worked as a decorator in a popular shop I was convinced that my childhood dream of working with animals was not fulfilled. Then something happened and everything was change.

I gave up work overnight and instead of looking for another, equally hated, I bought a sewing machine and with the help of my mom (who had some concept of tailoring, because I didn’t have one) I started an adventure with my own business. Strange fate I realize my child’s plan in some way. I work with animals, although these animals are rarely alive. The pets I meet only in the pictures that people send me to paint them on a bag or a blouse.

Now you can always bring your beloved pet with you. Even where real animals don’t have access!

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