Woof — it’s been a long week.
If you feel like you’ve been working like a dog — or the cat-astrophic news cycle is making you want to claw up your own furniture — let us offer you the internet-equivalent of a big pile of catnip: hilarious tweets about cats and dogs.
We shih tzu not.
Each week at HuffPost, we are scouring Twitter to find the funniest posts about our favorite four-legged furballs being complete goofballs. And yes, they are sure to make you howl.
So shoo your kitty off your keyboard and enjoy some very good tweets. And if you want some more, no need to beg. Check out last week’s batch right here.
So, sit, stay and enjoy a few minutes of animal-based hilarity. Think of it as some much-needed kibble for your soul.
*walks past cat bed*
*walks past shag rug*
*walks past soft blanket*
*walks past basket of laundry*
*sits on piece of tissue paper*
Ah, now that’s comfortable.
— John Lyon (@JohnLyonTweets) September 16, 2020
i worked. so. hard. to get the squeaker out of that toy. and you just. threw it away
— Thoughts of Dog® (@dog_feelings) September 15, 2020
I disgustedly told my dog ‘all you care about is food and attention’ and my raw hypocrisy just sort of hung there in the air
— Saladin Ahmed (@saladinahmed) September 15, 2020
if you post your dog on social media i hope you know that i have an emotional attachment to them and they are our dog now
— artemis ✯ (@artemiis19) September 17, 2020
There are all those articles about training dogs so they don’t have separation anxiety when we eventually leave them alone for work again but where are the articles about how to train ME to not be anxious without my dog
— noah, a bibimperson (@noahreservation) September 14, 2020
I’ve started going for a run most days at 5.30am and it’s lovely because there are no people around and almost no traffic. There are, however, lots of cats who appear to be slinking home after an all-nighter, most of them looking delightfully guilty.
— David Barker (@DavidBarker33) September 13, 2020
there is a gang of cats that convene every night at the end of the street and every time i walk past them they look at me like i’m interrupting a very important meeting
— Kristen Arnett (@Kristen_Arnett) September 12, 2020