There are a lot of animals who have figured out a way to survive despite human encroachment. It was their world first, and it will probably be their world after we're gone, because they're smart as hell! Just look at all these animals who are slowly moving in on human territory. Can we really tell the difference between us and them?
Like these deer who bring friends over for snacks:
These owls that have important business matters to discuss:
This bear was just cruising the bar:
This starfish that is really judging you:
This cat who is trying to help out around the house:
These owls that are just super curious about tech:
The dog that drives:
Day in and day out he drove himself to work on the same mind-numbing road that he’d been driving for years, his eyes glossing over at the mere thought of his banality. There, he would enter data with indifference for eight hours of grueling tedium before driving home on the same road that inched him closer and closer to death by day. There would be no “Welcome home!” No “How was work?” Nothing but the silent reminder of his insignificance, a catalyst for lonely dreams to be disturbed only by the blare of his alarm clock. Shower. Brush teeth. Eggs by 6:57. In time to do it all again. A dull and calculable life that could have, at the very least, protected him from what was to come that fateful Tuesday morning. // #allworkandnoplaymakesjackadullboy #sickallweekin450sqfeetmakesrileynutty #thankgodforwriting #ohandmydogisactuallyalady #withahumanbody #justdeterminedtogetthatsquirrel 😂
This dog who strongly objects to Google's privacy invasion:
This cat who really thinks your diet is its business:
These sheep who have quietly replaced dogs:
The cat that is no longer phased by rush hour:
These dogs throwing an on-top-of-the-house party:
This dog who is a total Leonardo DiCaprio stan:
The baby elephant who won't settle for less than a hug:
This wild rabbit who really wants inside the house:
And finally the bear who wants to do the most human thing of all—eat too much pizza and pass out.
The animals are better at being people than us. Surrender!