Probably both. @axelfeldheim on Instagram spotted this elegant dog riding the 22-Fillmore, wearing an excellent pom-pom coat, no less.
In the event you need more pick-me-up’s today, here’s a the animals on Muni section of Muni Diaries reserved for (mostly) cuteness.
Wanna know why we love Sneakers the Corgi? I mean, aside from that winning smile and generally happy disposition? Sneakers always pays fare on Muni. Always. “O hai! #MUNI ticket for one corgi, please.” Although, we’d probably let Sneakers ride for free.
Previously on Muni Diaries:
Meet Sneakers, the Muni-riding corgi with the owl backpack
Because he’s Sneakers the Corgi, that’s why
This is Cooper. Cooper is a dog. Cooper is a dog on a Muni Metro platform. Cooper is a dog on a Muni Metro platform whose picture is on the Internet. Cooper is a good boy. Cooper loves you whether you love Cooper or not. Good boy, Cooper!
Have a great day!
h/t Muni rider Moby
Okay, confession: We don’t run this site because we love public transit and how it’s the place so many of our lives intersect, how it’s a great San Francisco shared experience, or sometimes, how it’s just plain funny AF. No, we started Muni Diaries because we love dogs. Plain and simple. We love dogs.
Now that that’s established, let’s take a look at some of the visiting dogs who are here for Super Bowl security. We’ll start with Gera, a beautiful TSA K9 seen above on a BART platform. Good girl, Gera!
Going aaaaaaaaallllll the way back to 2015 and inspiring cries of “I have never!” these pups riding the bus on Mission Street DGAF.
h/t @Candicainn via SFMTAsucks
You’re not allowed to disagree, either.
Muni rider Erin shared this morsel of cute over on the Muni Diaries Facebook page: “Service dog on the 43 Masonic sitting nicer than most humans”