Pets are naturally curious. When something new is placed in front of them, they're naturally going to want to poke it. When that something is a phone or tablet with the front camera on, the results are pretty fantastic.
"You let me leave the house with a CROOKED BOWTIE!? Some best friend you are!"
This Frenchie is excited because she just realized that she can save room in her purse. Instead of carrying around a compact mirror, she can just use her phone.
This is the most filtering on a picture of a bunny since the June issue of Playboy.
This yellow lab doesn't quite have the whole Tinder thing figured out, but the important thing is that he's putting himself out there.
We finally know what Garfield looks like from the lasagna's perspective.
She's great at staring contests: "I knew hanging out with the cat would pay off eventually."
After taking that philosophy class, she started wondering if life was just another egg. Whoaaaaa.
The camera adds ten pounds, but at least it's all fur.
That moment before you put on your glasses in the morning.
Forget about the cracker. Polly wants more Instagram followers.
His only dreams:
-Be in a Crest Whitestrips commercial
-Finally show the mailman who's boss
That smile is contagious! Sorry buddy, but we need to quarantine you.
He loves to ham it up for the camera but for the last time, he is NOT a hamster!
If taking a selfie while you're asleep seems ridiculous to you, then you clearly have never taken Ambien.
Bulldogs: the Winston Churchill of the K9 family.
Why so happy? Because when you're a dog, EVERY day is Friday.
"Siri, who's a pretty bird?"
Dogs have incredible senses of smells. For example, they can detect when things are butts AND when things are not butts.
Ugh, I hate it when Skype freezes mid-conversation.