It’s been about five years since smartphones first started to give users the opportunity to capture larger-than-life panoramas on their phones by slowly turning them from left to right. The technology’s gotten better since then, but it’s still not perfect. Neither, for that matter, are the people using it, so oftentimes your gorgeous landscape looks more like, well…these.
As you’ll see, the panorama feature can REALLY distort the way moving animals look.
So if your pet isn’t patient, they can get elongated to a ridiculous degree. Could you imagine having this cat living in your home?
This one calls to mind a very familiar object.
The slinky dog from the Toy Story series. Of course, this is a cat, but you get the idea. It’s long and bendy. Close enough.
This one’s a little less ridiculous.
I mean, it’s still insane, but the footprints lead you to believe that maybe, just maybe, this is a real animal. A wonderful beast of lore.
A long body with centipede legs to match.
The best thing about this pic is just how natural the cat looks. An eight-legged cat. Looks like something from the Discovery Channel.
Conversely, the wrong method can also turn your pup into a compressed accordion shape.
The little body with two legs looks more like a bird than it does man’s best friend. Kinda cute if you don’t think about it too much, isn’t it?
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17 Panoramic Picture Fails That Are the Perfect Mix of Funny and Weird