Adorable Guilty Dogs Who Know They’ve Been Caught
Though dogs are man’s best friend, they aren’t always good boys or girls. Whether out of anger, jealousy, loneliness, or just boredom, dogs often do things they know they’re not supposed to do, and the precious look of total guilt on their faces when caught almost makes us forget what they did in the first place. Almost…
He who smelt it…
Duke definitely dealt it. Happens to the best of us buddy.
The Sweet Shredder
Unfortunately, that’s not popcorn. Not that she seems to care either way.
She’s swears she’ll never drink again! We’ve all heard that before, though. She need some serious help.
Despite E.T.’s healing powers, doesn’t look like he’ll be bouncing back from this one.
An apple a day…
I just want to know how this little nugget got on the counter in the first place!
That’s a show I would watch… Like, a lot.
Accuracy is key
In case we didn’t believe that he could do it, this little guy showed us his skills first hand.
A True Hero
Hey, don’t get a dog if you don’t want it to protect you when the robots come.
‘How the Doggo Stole Christmas’
What a grinch! Talk about ruining the holiday photo shoot.
“Feathers? I don’t see any feathers. I don’t have any idea what you’re talking about.” —This dog, right now.
This little buddy never stood a chance of getting away with it.
Can you blame him?
If someone tried to put my toes into one of those contraptions I’d probably try to destroy it, too!
The world is big and terrifying when you’re so small! Even your own pee-sounds are threatening. It’s fair.
This dog doesn’t just look guilty; that is a face of pure regret. I would not want to deal with the aftermath of this incident…
This buddy, on the other hand, looks like he’s confident in his choices. His owner might have called him a bad boy, but it was so worth it for that sweet, sweet, trash time.
He just wanted to help!
As annoying as this probably was, I’m willing to bet this cutie just wanted to help his human with the renovations. That’s a fair assumption, right?
Caught in the Act
And he would have gotten away with it, too—if it wasn’t for his meddling owner!
“How can something so wrong feel so, so right?”—This dog, probably.
I can’t blame this buddy—Sometimes the food ads in magazines look too good. It’s not your fault, bud.
This right here? If a human did this it’d be called performance art.
Some assistance, please?
This little bud seems to have found himself in quite the predicament. I’m honestly mad that this owner took a picture before helping him get unstuck!
Seriously. How? How did this tiny dog friend get in this fridge?
It’s not his fault. Didn’t you ever read Everybody Poops?
You are what you eat
Seriously, though. This little guy looks like a loaf of bread. I’m dead. It’s too precious.
There’s a story here
I’m not sure what the story is, but based on the tinsel, I’m going to assume he got into an Easter basket? Hope he didn’t eat too many Peeps!
Benji just wants to snuggle
According to his owner, Benji is not allowed on the couch. It’s okay, Benji. The urge to cuddle is hard to fight.
The Face of a Food Coma
In fairness, this dog basically looks like a cat.
Honesty is the best policy
That’s the face of a dog who literally couldn’t not give a single f*** about cats and their homelessness. I admire his resolve, but—Bud—cats need to eat, too!
Down with pants!
I mean, pants are the worst. I would bark at pants if I could bark.