Cats are masters of disguise, and their full potential seems to come into play when they visit the vet’s office. Forget drawers, tables, and laps. Today, the disappearing act is taking place in the sink. He’s probably not the first kitty to make the attempt, but he’s certainly the first one we’ve seen.
The supplies that surround him are new and intimidating. He’s peaking at his surroundings, taking a small look over the sink’s edge, searching for any incoming danger. What a fantastic moment to capture! And all the better for us, as we get a chance to see this hilarious kitty.
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.
Cats appeal to many people due to their clean and graceful natures, or so we've been told. It's not a common occurrence for kittens to wind up in trashcans, like the puppies we often find on the Internet. But the vet is a different story altogether.
This experience goes beyond pride, and the cat has taken to the trashcan like many raccoons and dogs before him. The trashcan, it seems, is still preferable to whatever the vet has in store. It's actually not a bad idea; who would check the garbage for a proud kitty? But the vet is no amateur. He's been fishing hidden animals out of every corner of his office for years.
The Panic is Real
This image depicts the exact second this poor puppy realized its final destination was the vet. The eyes are the windows of the soul, and we can clearly see the fear and anxiety in this little guy's eyes. So much so, you almost feel bad about it. You can see into its soul, how it's pondering its existence, and what this situation really means.
What could possibly have happened to this poor pup before? What makes it so fearful of the vet? What makes it think it has to be so terrified? We hope everything went well, and that the fear in these poor eyes was unfounded.