It's lunch o’ clock! As soon as you open the cupboard, you can hear your furball sprinting like Bolt for the race of a lifetime. ‘Cause no doggo would dare to miss a second of the holy ritual—the pouring sound of dry delicious bits, their heavenly aroma, and the first crunchy bite that immediately becomes the last.
But devouring the food you love may be a dangerous endeavor for some hungry animals. You see, when your eyes are bigger than your belly and your belly is bigger than your bowl, it may lead to a trapping incident.
Bored Panda has compiled a list full of the cutest animals who seriously overestimated themselves, ditched their table manners, and got miserably stuck in the progress of eating.
My Dog Managed To Get Into A Pack Of Frozen Fish Fillets And He Would've Gotten Away With It If He Didn't Get Stuck And Had To Come To Me For Help
When it comes to feeding your pet, we all want what’s best for our animals, from tasty foods to safe and useful pet feeders. However, recently, new buzz around automatic pet feeders has emerged.
Many owners see them as an alternative to feeding your furry companion while being away, or simply making sure you never forget to put some snacks out when you’re out of time.
But experts warn that automatic food dispensers are in no way an alternative to human interaction. In fact, Russell Hartstein, a certified pet behaviorist and the founder of Fun Paw Care in Los Angeles, told NY Times that “A feeder should never be used as a way to not hire a pet sitter, walker, or boarding facility.”
He Tried To Lick The Plates And Got Stuck
My Cat Got His Head Stuck In The Ice Cream Container. Tried To Back Up. Found That There Was Less Table Than He Thought.
Even though automatic pet feeders are meant to dispense a specific amount of food at a programmed time, they cannot give the full care and attention your pet needs. Plus, they are not always reliable, and when there’s technology, bugs do happen.
Moreover, an automatic pet feeder is likely to overfeed your pet even if you've programmed it not to. It can be anywhere from a teaspoon to a nibble, but if your pet is on a restricted diet, that little bit can be enough to pile on weight.
After Returning Home This Is How We Caught My Husky Eating Cat Food...
We Left Them Alone For 5 Minutes With A Full Feeder And This Happens -_- (She Is Ok Just Was Very Confused When We Got Her Out)
I'm Stuck!!! Cat Faces Dry Food Feeder Dilemma
Sometimes Your Food Dish Gets Stuck On Your Collar And You Leave A Trail Of Food Around The House
Dutch Police Dog Gets Stuck In A Yoghurt Pot
Remember That Time You Got Your Hand Stuck In The Pringles Can?
How Many Times In 20 Minutes Can She Get Her Head Stuck In An Empty Beef Jerky Bag? 4 Times. The Answer Is 4 Damn Times
He Tried To Steal Treats And His Face Got Stuck
Got Himself Into Tight Spot
Kitten Decided I Wasn’t Feeding Him Enough And Went Ahead And Got Stuck
Stuck In A Bird Feeder In Front Of His Squirrel Friends. He Got Out
Got Home From Work To Find Lil Norman With His Head Stuck In The Lid To The Cat Food. That’s Not How It Works Buddy...
My Dog Tried To Eat A Bagel... And It Got Stuck
This Was The Day Rosie Learned What Regret Was. We Were At The Vet Because She Had A Bone Stuck Around Her Jaw And They Had To Sedate Her And Cut It Off
This was literally like 2 days after I first rescued her. My parents were not impressed