Woof — it’s been a long week.
If you feel like you’ve been working like a dog, let us offer you the internet equivalent of a big pile of catnip: hilarious tweets about pets.
We Shih Tzu not.
Each week at HuffPost, we scour Twitter to find the funniest posts about our furballs being complete goofballs. They’re sure to make you howl.
(And if you want some more, no need to beg ― check out last week’s batch right here.)
A little girl in my street has a very old pug with severe arthritis. Today I saw her gently strap him into a baby stroller & wait for the postie so they could chase after it, running & laughing as the pup barked like hell. You know, just in case you forgot what love means. 💛— Alison Nicolson-Rae (@Nicolsonraea) July 4, 2022
dog owners: their name is buddy— Adam (@adamgreattweet) July 3, 2022
cat owners: their name is cool ranch dorito
I don’t have any good self-care techniques for these horrible times but my cat is obsessed with me and that really helps— Julia Claire (@ohJuliatweets) July 6, 2022
Twitter is a more fun place to share dog photos than IG. On Insta, the dog has to be posed, doing something unique, or captured in a creative way to get love.— Dr. Anthony Osuna (@PAVDAD) July 4, 2022
On Twitter, u can post a pic of ur dog just sitting on the floor and everyone's like "wow, he's perfect."
Minions ignite in me what I can only imagine a cat feels when it sees a mouse— Katie Way (@k80way) July 2, 2022
respectfully, fuck fireworks. my dog told me to tweet that.— denisse ❥ (@denissevelascoo) July 4, 2022
Me: So my husband --— Caitlin Driscoll (@TeacherOnTopic) July 5, 2022
First grader: You have a husband?
Me: I do, the whole time you've known me.
First grader: Oh. I always thought you were feral.
Me: Er, do you mean 'single'?
First grader: Whatever the word is that you use for stray cats.
I love when my dog raises his eyebrows at me like he wants to gossip. Go off, boy. Say what you need to say.— Tower on the go (@toweronthego) July 6, 2022
This is Newt. He's a professional turtle tracker. Has one of the best snoots in the biz. Currently doing a six-week residency with @RWPZoo to help locate turtle populations of conservation concern. So far he's found and befriended more than 20 turtles this season. 14/10 pic.twitter.com/92UmodjEsR— WeRateDogs® (@dog_rates) July 6, 2022