Lake and Sumter Style Magazine
10:59 pm EDT
Sat, July 11, 2020

Hall of Shame

Have pets no shame?

Maybe. Maybe not.

These days, many pose for pictures with written “confessions” revealing the nature of their “crimes.” Some animals seem oblivious to their misdeeds, while others sport a look of guilt for doing something naughty.

Welcome to the world of pet shaming, a new trend that allows pet owners to post pictures of their furry friends on the Internet and social media sites with signs detailing their bad behavior — chewing furniture, escaping from the yard, or helping themselves to human food.

Lake & Sumter Style recently asked locals to submit pet shaming photographs of their beloved pets. Here are the five entries that we found to be doggone hilarious — and adorable.


Lilly

Sent by Jenna Price

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Myles

Submitted by our very own Kendra

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Thomas

Sent by Shemir

Thomas-Shemir


Faith

Sent by Erin Hamill

Erin-Hamill-with-Faith


THIS YEAR’S HALL OF SHAME WINNER:

Alesha-Irwin

Pringle & Roxie

Sent by Alesha Irwin

“Our 1-year-old boxer Roxie has been testing “indestructible” beds. This ballistic fabric model, which has a “chew-proof guarantee,” was placed in her crate during lunch. Upon returning from work, she attempted to blame this explosion on her older brother Pringle. She now sleeps on a Kevlar® model that lasts about four months.”


Here are the other entries we received:

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