Dogs are the most loved creatures on the planet. While some owners love to spend time with them, others get so involved that they even match their hairstyles. See pictures.
Pets are adorable and are the best companions when you are upset, alone, or want to spend time with your loved ones. It is said that pets and owners become look-alikes after a few years, and this is not wrong. You might have watched the film 100 Dalmatians where the owners walk along with dogs, and each of them looks similar. You won’t believe it, but this funny cartoon depiction has turned out to be true.
Today, several people own a pet and spend a lot of time with them. They share a photo with their pet, and their similarity is not to be missed. This trend went viral after a Twitter user Harry Clayton – Wright uploaded a picture of beautiful actress Elizabeth Taylor and her pet Shih-Tzu dog Mariposa with a similar hairstyle. The picture attracted a lot of people, and it is amazing to see how others are replying to him and uploading selfies with their pets with matching hairstyles.
Here are a few hilarious pictures of pets and their owners with a strikingly similar appearance.
Elizabeth Taylor, and I can not stress this enough, wearing a wig designed to match her Shih Tzu dog, Mariposa.— Harry Clayton-Wright (@HClaytonWright) July 13, 2019
Photo by Norman Parkinson for British Vogue (1972). pic.twitter.com/qMcIgh9xPj
They resemble each other so much.
Ralphy and I always coordinate our looks. pic.twitter.com/Aa1D20zajR— Kirsty (@DuckyMacDuck) July 13, 2019
See how Ralphy is posing with her owner (pure love).
Katherine, you look amazing in this hairstyle.
We take hairstyles very seriously in our house. pic.twitter.com/HRbz9fD9dL— BettythePaul (@beckyjpaul) July 14, 2019
So much love, the owner took his dog’s hairstyle very seriously (he is looking funny, but he loves his pet).
OMG! He looks similar to Boodles. This is a perfect example of love between a pet and its owner.
She has reached an expert level in matching the hairstyle.
If you’re truly committed you don’t need a wig. pic.twitter.com/t67YKtbYOF— Tom Sutcliffe (@tds153) July 13, 2019
Owner – How do I look?
Dog- You always look good after you match your hairstyle with mine.
I too don’t have hair, but it is a compliment that my eyes resemble my owner.
I am jealous!
How do I look? I changed my hairstyle for my cat.
And now I know what kind of dog I need to get. pic.twitter.com/l4NQ3RUjoB— Gryphon Corpus (@CorpusGryphon) July 15, 2019
This woman doesn’t want to change her hairstyle to match with the dog, so she would buy a dog that would match her hair.
Not hairstyle, but we have matching sweaters.
Another one from the Norman Parkinson archive - English author of romance novels Barbara Cartland, photographed with her Pekinese dog Twi Twi, in 1977 pic.twitter.com/rtxoYWL8KU— Norman Parkinson (@NPArchive) July 22, 2019
She is beautiful.
I am sleepy, stop taking selfies.
I think specs would also look good on this cute dog. What do you think?
This SHOULD be me???????????? pic.twitter.com/wPMYNATzjj— Nance ???????????? (@solusnan1) July 14, 2019
This is a perfect look-alike picture.
Notice the family resemblance? pic.twitter.com/taTHyIVylR— Linda L. Ryder (@LindaLRyder1) July 14, 2019
I am finding their nose also similar ;).
Did you find it?
My hair matched my dog for like.. A day. pic.twitter.com/WLO4Oloa1y— Alanna Hagon / ??? (@AlannaHagon) July 15, 2019
Keep it like this; it suits you.
That’s not a bad idea.
Did you see my nose?
Mine just blends right in anyway pic.twitter.com/UweOKSbSUw— Andrea Reid (@AndreaReid_x) July 15, 2019
Oh, wait! Zoom the picture, and you will find the cat.
My dogs match each other, does that count? Lol pic.twitter.com/kWcs4bXzJd— Megan Lane (@kissingcamryn) July 14, 2019
I liked the caption.
I legit dyed my hair black so people would stop asking if my cat was adopted... pic.twitter.com/aWW1dVPA9C— Daniela (@DanielaDundela) July 15, 2019
She even dyed her hair to resemble her cat.
Me and my Guinea Pig, Poquito. No wig required. ???? pic.twitter.com/JdnA22kjwA— Zeenie G- (Rgon1475) (@Zeenie75) July 14, 2019
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