The Elizabethan collar (aka the Cone of Shame) is used to keep animals from scratching or licking themselves in areas that shouldn't be scratched or licked like wounds, stitches, or sensitive areas.
Since most animals get enormous pleasure from scratching and licking themselves, the Cone of Shame is a most unwelcome accessory.
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1. Think of it this way: the cone just means you can hold all your toys at once!
2. How about a little something to take the edge off?
3. You know what, make it a double.
4. "I am vengeance! I am the night!"
5. Not feeling quite so super.
6. Turns out these cone thingies have their upsides.
That's a doggy power move right there.
7. "Albert got an owie. Albert got shaved and the cone of shame. Albert is not having the best day."
Aww, buddy, we feel for you Albert.
8. Aww, his friends signed it.
9. Lovebird feeling a little less full of love than usual.
10. This is adorable until the dog hears the doorbell ring.
11. "At least the cone prevented that little buddy from chewing on his stitches.The furniture… well that’s another story."
12. "That's no moon ..."
13. Just 'cause you got cone of shame doesn't mean you can't feel festive!
14. Pixar has a new mascot.
15. "This cone sucks, but I still <3 you."
16. Work that cone, girl!
17. "The vet said the anti-scratch cone would be $50.00. Tractor supply had it for $19.95.
18. I know I shouldn't be laughing, but, well, I am.
19. "Stop gloating, ya jerk."
20. "My cat learned he could scoop up food with his cone and stole my damn taco when I wasn't looking 🌮"
That's some next level thinking right there.
21. "They got you too, huh?"
22. The chosen one!
23. Still thinks he can stick his head out the window ...
"Why isn't this working?"