強風を顔面にうけた犬がブサかわいい 【画像&動画】

ドライブ中、助手席に座った犬が窓から顔を出している微笑ましい光景を見かけたことがあるだろう。しかし実際に間近で見ると、強風を顔面に受けた犬たちは非常にブッサイクな顔になっているのである!

【動画】Compilation of funny dogs hanging out of car windows


車に乗っている時に大きく窓が開いていたとしたら、ついつい犬たちは顔を出してしまう。そして一旦窓から顔を出してしまうと、今度は風の抵抗に抗えなくなってしまうのだ。彼らの大きく開いた口には風が入り込み、耳は後ろに飛ばされ、見たことのない表情が生み出される...。きっと横にいる飼い主だって、その顔をまじまじと見る機会はないはずだ(事故るからやめておこう)。

<Daily Mail>による、ドライブ中の貴重なワンちゃんの「ブサイク画像&オムニバス動画」をお楽しみあれ!


(参照元:dailymail.co.uk)


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