“Hey bud, the attendant said to turn off all electronic devices. Can you hear her? It’s okay; I’ll just bark for her attention and point out that you aren’t following the rules.” We’re not exactly sure what breed of dog this one is, but it’s definitely one of the big ones. It has a big body and a big mouth.
That means a big bark, which is no fun in an enclosed area like a plane ride. Still, who knows if the dog will even bark? It might just be content to sit there and stare at the person who keeps kicking the back of their seat.
This cat looks like he sees something from another dimension looking back at him. The face is a combination of scared and smiling. Actually, he almost looks like the Cheshire Cat grinning at us. And on the other hand, if we could stretch this out a little to the left, we would be surprised to see some puppeteer holding the ginger feline.
Well, they are sitting outside of a bar, it seems, so maybe the cat’s been boozing it up with the patrons all night? The cat may be the establishment’s regular furry friend that has a food dish next to the building, which gets filled up by both staff and customers a few times per day. Hey, that explains why he’s so happy.
Ignore the Kitten
Getting a kitten is a big part of anyone's life, and that means lots of pictures for social media. Admit it; you like pictures of kittens, too. We all do. This person wanted to get a good one of the new kitty enjoying a meal, but the other cat in the house hadn't signed off on the plan.
Even better, it's clear that the older cat is not excited about the prospect of some other little animal cutting into its food supply. Look at that angry eye, the tilted back ear. That feline couldn't be more obviously upset if it was hissing.
Really Wants to Say Hi
Maybe you want to keep to yourself, but if you're on some public transportation, there's not really much you can do about it if someone else wants to introduce themselves, and there is a limit to the time you can give the silent treatment. At least this picture has the nosy seat neighbor being a friendly dog. That's better than a lot of people get.
And the dog is being quite adamant about getting to know the person with the camera, too. The dog looks like an alright chap, so this journey was probably much more pleasant than it would have been otherwise.
Hopping Onto the Train
Yes, it seems that even bunny rabbits must ride the train every once in a while, or at least push themselves on to one every now and then. Why this fuzzy guy or gal would need to travel such a long distance escapes us. It could be for a vet visit or a pet show; who knows?
Maybe he was going to visit his family. We assume that the human sitting next to the rabbit is the rabbit's owner, but there's no confirmation of that fact – maybe the rabbit is just traveling on its own. Either way, the pushy rabbit was going to have it his way, and if it meant traveling like a human, then so be it.