Chiseled jaw, piercing blue eyes, dark scruff; are we describing the man or the dog in this photo?
“I think my dog might actually be a human trapped in a dogs body,” Rice tweeted along with the shots.
The Internet whole-heartedly agreed with Rice, but they didn’t think the canine looked like just any random human, they thought the pooch was a dead ringer for their dad.
From the facial expressions to the similar features, it’s hard not see a little it of Rice in Luna and vice versa. Turns out this owner and dog doppelgänger phenomenon goes far beyond Rice and his uncannily canine companion.
In response to the rescue worker’s tweet, other pet owners started to share shots of their surprisingly similar-looking pets
— emilyy (@emilyy_nicolee) February 9, 2018
— NANI CAMPOS (@UghItsNani) February 8, 2018
I can relate. pic.twitter.com/vJBa6dWeTe
— Earl Hendricks (@EarlCraig06) February 9, 2018
Same!!!! Like exactly the same! pic.twitter.com/ik9tBudMQ0
— Dan Root (@GoogleBizTog) February 9, 2018
I see your and I raise you a pic.twitter.com/N3rs31xE8H
— Juhi Apte (@Jwoohoo) February 9, 2018
Hey buddys pic.twitter.com/AQQYgGpFG0
— Captain Ophs (@OpheliacRainy) February 9, 2018
I agree pic.twitter.com/6QzCPlpYoh
— JAMSXD (@JAMSXD) February 9, 2018
There were even a couple cats too!
— (((Mike Brown))) (@YoMikeBrown) February 9, 2018
— Catwoman (@TheSiouxfan) February 10, 2018
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Obviously, there are a lot of pet owners out there living with their furry clone. But the question remains: do we adopt pets that look like us or do owners and their pets slowly morph into each other over time?