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5 Pets With an Apparent Junk Food Problem

5 Pets With a Junk Food ProblemIf you’re on a diet or staying away from your junk food craving, there are some friends in this post that you can relate to.

Junk food is addictive and who doesn’t love the combination of salty and crunchy in chip form? It’s the perfect companion when you’re bored or sad or happy or whenever.

Though people food (especially junk food) is likely not at all healthy for your pets, there are some animals who just can’t seem to stay away. No matter how much you tell them they can’t have it (might sound like a human you know too). I can’t really blame them, the stuff is awesome.

Click through to see 5 animals who have a serious junk food problem — or so it seems:

  • I Can Almost Reach 1 of 5
    I Can Almost Reach
    He's hoping not to get caught, but just he must have just one more.
    Photo credit: hosted on Imgur. Used with permission
  • Quack Quack Stack Chip 2 of 5
    Quack Quack Stack Chip
    This dog loves his stack chips so much he's figured out fun tricks to eat them.
    Photo credit: hosted on Imgur. Used with permission
  • Addicted to the Smell 3 of 5
    Addicted to the Smell
    The can is empty, but he just needs to smell it.
    Photo credit: hosted on Imgur. Used with permission
  • Someone Fell In 4 of 5
    Someone Fell In
    He got so excited about eating that he fell in. He had to get that last crumb.
    Photo credit: hosted on Imgur. Used with permission
  • Just … One… More! 5 of 5
    Just ... One... More!
    He is shocked someone is trying to take the last cheesy cracker from him.
    Photo credit: hosted on Imgur. Used with permission

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