Photo by pawshbb
No, it’s not Lassie. Doesn’t this Muni passenger look just like Boo, the world’s cutest dog? Sidenote: I heard a story at Porchlight from Boo’s literary agent (that’s right) about the time when she took Boo and Boo’s mom, I mean, owner, to an appearance on Good Morning America. He sounded like quite the charmer.
We’ve got more animals on Muni over here for your Monday morning.
This is my little friend, Pedro, perhaps the most inspiring reason yet to take Muni. You know how everyone says, “Fuck Muni forever, I’m driving?” He says the opposite. Though no fan of a moving car (even when it’s headed to the dog park), he loves him some Metro.
I, for one, am motivated to put car keys away for a while. If he can do it, we can do it.
Photo by Thomas Subtil
Blink again, is that a giraffe trying to squeeze into BART there? Photographers Thomas Subtil and Clarisse Rebotier have imagined what the Paris metro would look like if zoo animals took it over.
In their photo series, a lion passes through the turnstile, another giraffe cranes its neck to see the view from the train, and an elephant gracefully rides the subway with a tiny bird on its back. You can see all the photos in the gallery here.
Prefer real animals? Browse through our Animals on Muni page – some seem more surreal than others.
I mean, what is your dog wearing out of the house today?
Via Muni rider cceres: “Friday morning commuting cuteness.”
Me? I want some funky music to go along with the photo above. And I’m pretending that this dog is somehow actually steering the great ship Muni. Yeah, that’s just me.
Via Muni rider David, who says, “I think the dog forgot his phone at doggie day care.”
I think we can safely say that these two complete each other. No, really, block out one or the other, and it’s not the same.
This comes via our correspondent Amy, who spotted it on Facebook after someone (Mark Gorney, and thank jeebus he did) spotted it in the wild. A simply heartwarming photograph called for a simple accompaniment:
“Sometimes, there are those times, where you are going home, and there is a guy with a cat, and, well…”
…And then what do you suppose happened? Mull it over while considering these other important contributions to the cats-on-transit category.