I mean, the holidays are a wonderful time of year, right? We just want to spread some cheer! Pretty lights, fun colors, yummy food! What's not to love?!
Apparently, our animals have found reasons to grump greater than the Grinch each and every holiday season and it's 99% of the time our fault.
We have this uncanny ability to spread cheer in the worst of ways without beloved pets. Ridiculous costumes. Noisy decorations. Flashing lights. We are just a little too enthusiastic and they tend not to appreciate it, which is why there has been a new trend of upside down Christmas trees this year.
Yet while we all take the lessons these grumpy, grinch pets have to teach us, at least we can have a good laugh. A few good laughs, anyway. These are hilarious!
This cat is going to poop in someone's shoes later.
Christmas is exhausting.
...Except maybe that look on my human's face.
He will also forever, from here on out, hate these darn trees.
Pupper demands presents.
If I were you, I would take these threats seriously.
Perhaps doggo thinks this color combo doesn't bring out his eyes?
Kitty's Christmas wish is death to the person who put this Santa hat on.
This little pup wants to hide away until the holidays are over.
The only thing trees are good for, if you ask a cat.
Miserable lil' fella.
"You will rue the day, Debra. RUE. THE. DAY."
Just a down dogoo waiting for the new year to roll in.
That's the sound this image invokes.
"I'm not even mad, I'm just begging you to take them off."
Santa brought you something unusual.
It's not happy thoughts.
This is Bork from the Dork.
"You've taken away my dog-nity."
Mama likes Christmas photos, pupper does not. Typical story.
It was an epic battle.
But he totally rocks that Santa beard.
"I'm the only savior you need."
But that sinister facial expression suggests someone is going to step in doo-doo later.
Remove this hat, meow!
There shall be no forgiveness in the name of the season here.
AKA: The only way to keep your cat out of your Christmas tree.
He specifically asked for bacon.