The photobombing felines: Worldwide internet craze of ruining the perfect picture isn”t just for humans as cats and other animals get in on the action
Cats have always loved being the centre of attention but these felines have taken it one step further – stealing the limelight by photobombing unsuspecting snappers.
“Photobombing” – or ruining someone”s picture – has fast become an internet favourite and it”s not only humans getting in on the action, but animals too.
Internet blog BuzzFeed has put together a collection of the best – and funniest – pictures posted online.
Cats away: A grey moggy displays some impressive acrobatic skills as it flies past a group of friends having lunch in the countryside
Hogging the limelight: A doting cat owner attempts to take a picture with his beloved pet – only for the black and white moggy to fill up the camera lens
Look who”s behind you: A dog happily poses for a picture unaware that a rather angry looking cat hiding peeping out from a wall behind him
And these cheeky creatures have done their utmost to make sure they get in on the picture – ruining an otherwise perfectly good snap.
Onecat displays some impressive acrobatic skills by flying through the scenic background as a group of friends take a picture of themselves having lunch in the countryside.
Anotherblack and white moggy has no interest in taking a nice photo with his owner – and instead fills the camera screen with his furry face.
In another picture, a cat looks like it is playing a bizarre game of hide and seek and it jumps out the cameraman but keeps its paws covered over its eyes.
Other pictures included a bird ruining the perfect holiday snap, a hungry bear sneaking up on an unsuspecting mother and child, and a hippo swiming in for a close-up.
Peek-a-boo: This scaredy cat hides behind his paws as he leaps off the ground towards the cameraman
Eerie: This pure white cat looks a bit ghostly drifting into the background of a picture of a dog snuggled up on the floor
Smile: While one tabby kitten looks less than impressed with having his photo taken, his furry pal can”t hide his excitement and jumps in on the picture
Ruining the perfect shot: A pigeon manages to get in the way of a perfect holiday picture in Venice
Just dropping in: A hippo gets up as close as possible to the glass to have his picture taken with a waterworld visitor
Ignorance is bliss: A mother and child are blissfully unaware of the very unhappy bear roaring outside their car at a safari park
Reining the shot: A happy couple pose up for a wedding snap but just a horse and the bride”s flower make it into the photo