Woof — it’s been a long week.
If you feel like you’ve been working like a dog — or like the cat-astrophic news cycle is making you want to claw up your furniture — let us offer you the internet equivalent of a big pile of catnip: hilarious tweets about cats and dogs.
Each week at HuffPost, we scour Twitter to find the funniest posts about our favorite 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.
saw a coyote from very far away while i was out walking my dog so obv when i got home i told my sister “OMG OUR DOG LITERALLY ALMOST GOT EATEN BY A COYOTE!”
— Dana Donnelly (@danadonly) October 22, 2020
people walk their dogs by our house all day and i’ve noticed the dogs ALWAYS stop to sniff this one spot on the corner of the lawn. they’ve done it for years, but as far as i can tell there’s nothing there. so they’re just smelling all the other dogs who stopped to smell it
— NEW! Valerie® Zero™ (@valeriehalla) October 21, 2020
I went to check on husband in the other room when I heard him say “your heart rate is about . . . uh . . . hundreds of beats per minute. That’s either very alarming or completely normal.” He was practicing medical examinations on the dog again. pic.twitter.com/0UJLEh2RpV
— Eli McCann (@EliMcCann) October 23, 2020
a dog thing i deeply enjoy is when they meet a stranger out on a walk and they start excitedly and rapidly moving their gaze between you and their owner as if to say “Woah!!! a PERSON!!! Are you seeing this!!!! This is crazy. cant make this stuff up”
— Mister Gorbachev, Hit These Back Walls (@SAMOYEDCORE) October 22, 2020
Oh look, how nice that there is someone out walking their dog in front of our house. I think I’ll just ignore them and go on about my day.
-my dogs if they had brains
— Sweet Momissa (@sweetmomissa) October 21, 2020
I just watched a woman slowly drive down my street with all her windows open and a golden retriever’s face hanging out each one.
This is the kind of parenting I can get behind.
— Anna Maree (@rxysurfchic) October 21, 2020
My dog took advantage of my exhaustion and forgetfulness by leading me to his food bowl twice in one morning and, let’s just say he’s pretty pleased with himself right now.
— Alex Woodroe 🌲🐇👿🌲 (@AlexWoodroe) October 22, 2020
Having a dog means you feel guilty going o-u-t to e-a-t.
— Dan Regan (@Social_Mime) October 22, 2020