This cat is trying to follow in the footsteps of its ancestors and attempting to hide in its surroundings. There is no open drawer to be seen, and instead, this cat is trying to find shelter in anything within reach. Hiding 2% of its body under a clear drawer isn’t much, but it’s honest work.
We recognize the look in those eyes; the fear, the despair, the terror. But really, there are no chances left for this fuzzy fellow. What else can one do? One can only look disapprovingly at all those present. Let the indignation be known. Beware the wrath of a tricked kitty, and watch out for it on the ride home.
Don't Tell Me We're Going to...
Well, after you pass the dog park and the pet store, where else can you possibly be going? This photo shows a pup that is finally realizing what its fate is, and the panic on its face is clear for anyone to see. The look probably didn't last long, and surely didn't mean enough to change the outcome.
How can this pup ever forgive his owner? How can his eyes ever lose the hurt that now surrounds them? How can you ever forgive yourself for putting him through this?! We hope this pup has found it in his heart to move on from this betrayal.
If I Can't Run, I'll Hide
This cat's nine lives may have just run out. This is the end. This isn't the waiting room; this is the real deal, the inside of the vet's office. But it's only really over when you give up, right? It doesn't seem this kitty is planning on giving up anytime soon. In the end, he is a descendant of lions, and that means he's not surrendering without a fight. If this is to be his last stand-off, it will definitely be one everybody will remember.
We understand, even now, that it won't matter. he's in the office, and there's no chance left. Let's just imagine this kitty made it. That's a nice thought.
I Won't Go... and You Can't Make Me
Who has it worse when it comes to going to the vet? The pet or the owner? It seems the owner has to do all the heavy lifting. Here we see a particularly big dog that is not going to make things simple. Carrying the dog may be preferable to dragging him, but both take strength and effort.
Either way, this isn't going to be easy. Like any wise pet, child, or protester, this puppy has gone limp. Dead weight is always harder to carry. It won't change the outcome, but perhaps his actions will make a strong point and make puppies everywhere proud!
This Isn't Petco
This is what disappointment looks like. This dog has been betrayed, and its naive puppy trust will never again be what it was. Perhaps this is the first time this pup has been so blatantly disappointed, perhaps it has yet to fully understand what a vet trip really means.
"Maybe that was the worst of it," it must be thinking. Maybe this table is the end. Maybe the needles and the prodding are over. Forever, perhaps. "We'll never have to come back here," it thinks. But we know that's not true. They all have to come back, eventually. The car will never again be the safe place it once was.