We have already seen cats be subjected to it in my post “Top 10 Funny Cats In Food“, but now is the turn for the rest of the animal kingdom to suffer it. I am talking about the viral trend of “breading” this is where you take an animal and stick a slice of bread of its head. Not to cause the animal discomfort, but to make a funny image. And here are just ten of those silly images…
10 – Cat
While we have already seen loads of cats being breaded I thought it was best to show 1 cat to remind people of what it is. So this ladies and gentlemen is cat breading!
9 – Guinea Pig
I can just imagine the grunts and squeals this poor chat made having some bread put around its neck. But I suppose it is better than actually becoming a sandwich.
8 – Dragon
This is not a common bearded dragon, more a lesser seen bread dragon. I can’t work out if it is a tiny lizard or a massive piece of bread!
7 – Pukeko
Pūkeko is a purple swamphen common to New Zealand, so to get one of these breaded it a rare sight indeed. Fair play that is one big bird to bread!
6 – Rat
Normally finding a rat in your bread would be a serious complaint. But in the crazy world of animal breading it is more than welcoming.
5 – Turtle
Sadly the turtle is never going to get away quick enough to prevent its owner from breading it. So it will instead try and eat its way out of the situation.
4 – Chicken
I love a chicken sandwich just as much as the next meat eater, but for me, this chick is a little undercooked, but with a nice bread coating!
3 – Rabbit
Not just one but you can catch 2 rabbits with a few slices of bread. But much like the other animals, I do wonder how they stop them from eating the bread in the first place, let alone stand still long enough.
2 – Dog
I don’t know what is more amazing, the fact that they got it onto the dog’s nose without breaking it, or the fact that the dog hasn’t eaten it!
1 – Bird
Normally birds love a bit of bread, but this poor little chap has been given more than he could ever ask for! Shame he has to wear it around his neck, but still.