1. Cat Goes To The Groomer And Comes Back Looking Like This
Like many owners of long-haired cats, Jin Jin’s owner Xie Qian Qian typically opts to have him shaved every once in a while to help keep him cool and the house less covered in shed hair. In years past, he’s returned from the groomer with a cute lion-style cut, leaving the fur on his head and tail mostly untouched.
A few months back, Jin Jin was slated to visit the groomer, but Qian was too busy to take him herself. So, she entrusted a friend to drop him off there — but apparently there was some miscommunication about what sort of haircut he was to receive.
When Qian arrived to pick him up, she was taken aback by Jin Jin’s new look.
“I was surprised the groomer would shave him like that. I can’t be blamed for it,” Qian told The Dodo. Still, she admitted that she couldn’t help but smile when she saw him.
Qian said her husband wasn’t too pleased about the cat’s hairstyle when she first brought him back home, but he was soon laughing as well.
Sure, it's a pretty terrible haircut, but even Jin Jin himself didn’t seem to mind too much.
“My cat is a very tame and good cat,” Qian said.
Fortunately, as with most any hair mishap, all it takes to set things right again is time and patience.
In fact, nowadays Jin Jin is already looking more like his normal self again — rather than a creature masquerading as a cat.
2. Less punk rock and more donkey, but still pretty cute.
3. If those are supposed to be suspenders, we wonder what the front looks like.
4. The look is part dog, part Yeti.
5. Majestic like a lion.
6. A Pokémon, if humiliation were one of its characteristics.
7. The Twitter caption for this disaster: "I asked (the) groomer to shave a heart on my dogs butt... what I expected vs what I got."
8. This horrible haircut was not for the faint of heart.
9. A Pomeranian in China named Jin Dan apparently stood on his hind legs for several days after being traumatized by the haircut below.
10. His heart was in the right place—his grooming skills, not so much.
11. Mimi, an 11-year-old Shih Tzu, is normally groomed to the nines, as her family shells out $150 for her monthly haircuts.