These Animal Fails Are Sure To Make You Chuckle (Photos)

| by Lauren Briggs

People love animals for many reasons: Some are adorable, others are stunningly gorgeous and some are just magnificent beings that have impressive traits we want to emulate.

But for every graceful gazelle and regal lion, there is an uncomfortable pigeon with its neck stuck in a slice of bread.

And frankly, there's just something tremendously relatable about clumsy animals. Take a look at these hysterically funny animal fails, courtesy of Shareably. They might even make you feel better about your own life.

Bet you anything this happy furball's owners just gave a bath, too.

Well, this is awkward. It's hard to be completely sure whether this polar bear is hiding and took the "If I can't see you, you can't see me" idea a little too far, or if it is in trouble and really need somebody with thumbs to help remove this excellent way to hide.

Maybe the bear can make some good use out of it and turn it into a cool helmet, like this guy:

Have you ever had something so amazing that you couldn't ever part with it -- even when you really, really should have considered putting it down for a second? If so, you'll be able to relate to this dog, whose bone admittedly looks pretty rockin'. He just can't bear to set it aside while he uses the bathroom, but who can be mad at him when he looks so proud of himself?

Talk about making the most of a glass half-full situation. Hey, life can be tough during a drought.

If you don't know what it feels like to be this guy, you are either lying or incredibly lucky -- for example, if you walk around New York City for two hours, there is a 20 percent chance that a pigeon will poop on you, according to Hopes&Fears. Still, we can't imagine those figures make this guy feel better:

It's not too hard to put two and two together for this one, and there's a pretty good chance that this little boy will have some residual trust issues when it comes to cats after this. But who do you think is more upset about the situation? Him or the cat?

That moment when you're almost done with an elaborate heist and somebody catches you making your escape:

This manatee knows what it's like when you go overboard trying to eat healthy:

Chasing tails isn't just for dogs, judging by this elephant's conundrum that begs the question, what happens when they actually do catch their tails?

Sources: Shareably, Hopes&Fears / Photo credit: BoredPanda via Shareably

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