20 Pet Owners Who Will Triple Think Next Time They’ll Decide to Drop Them to Groomer
Pets are always cute, no matter what they look like. But sometimes, when we try to clean or groom them, they can end up looking so funny that it’s hard not to laugh. Despite this, we still love them because they make us happy, no matter what they look like.
“Our 9 year old goldendoodle got her first grooming. Our other dog barked at her when she came home.”
This dog looks like the fifth Beatles member.
“Dropped my cat off at the groomer, he returned as a dinosaur.”
“Went to the groomer today and he decided to do this.”
“I asked for the ‘can I speak to your manager’ haircut. I almost peed myself.”
“Groomers are all closed and the dog needs a trim!”
“My dad’s been a vet for 30 years. Because of that, he thinks he’s qualified to do grooming. I feel bad for her.”
You have to make sure the groomer understands what you want.
“I will never take my cat for a haircut again! The hairdresser actually said his face looks like pizza!”
“My mom, who has never had any training, thought she could trim the cat.”
We can’t believe this is the same dog.
“I picked my dog up from the groomers and busted out laughing.”
“The groomer apparently didn’t understand my request ‘to cut the top and trim the paws’ very well and gave him this monstrosity of a haircut.”
“I got my girl groomed. This...is not what I was expecting. I can’t stop laughing.”
New sweater, new haircut!
“I wouldn’t leave any shoes on the ground tonight, if I were his owner.”
Even Prince Charming would be jealous.
He’s coming up with his revenge plan.
“He got sedated for the most expensive haircut ever. Roast him.”
New haircut, same smile.
“He just looks sad. Deep down, he’s happy.”
Pets are the true masters of cuteness, with their endearing quirks and unconditional affection, proving that looks are indeed secondary to their irresistible charm. Yet, through laughter and lighthearted moments, our bond with these lovable companions only grows stronger, reminding us that their beauty lies not in perfection, but in the joy they bring to our lives.