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We thought you might need a little help, hence the red circle. Red circles typically don't exist in real life, unless you have an eye condition.
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How dare you look so cute while causing so much panic?!
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Gray shag rug + shaggy gray dog = missing posters all over town
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This Schnauzer should be proud of his glossy coat. The high shine helps him blend right in to this lustrous rug.
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Okay, so this guy’s certainly not invisible, but he does look like he’s lying on a carpet made from his own hair clippings. Weird.
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Sleep at your own peril, tiny Yorkie friend! Those brown eyes are the only thing keeping you from getting trampled.
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Dog and furnishings styled by Donald Trump.
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Alfie giggled to himself as his family searched for him frantically. “That’ll teach them to cut back on my treats," he snickered as he drifted off to sleep.
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Sheldon uses his Buddhist teachings to become one with the shag.
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When you’re this adorable the only respite from all the hugs and kisses is to conceal your identity.
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Pillowy softness makes for a heavenly hideout.
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Mr. Whiskers is determined to ruin Snowy’s favorite Hide-&-Seek spot.
This particular pile carpet comes in beige, tan, mocha, or Corgi Cream.
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Look at that smirk. This guy can’t wait to scare the be-fleas-us out of the next butt to hit that couch.
Be sure to wipe your paws before entering
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This Yorkie’s body blends so well, it almost looks like he’s just a floating head. Spooky.
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“Hey Ma, why does this rug look so much like my brother, Herman?”
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18 Dogs Who Are Ninja Masters When It Comes To Camouflage

It was only time before people stopped matching their carpet with their furniture and started matching their carpets with their dogs. I mean, are you really that surprised?

The photo, which was posted on Reddit by roverrover23 shows a Tibetan Terrier whose fur perfectly matches the pattern of the rug. The picture has gotten more than 5,000 shares since it was uploaded on Monday and has ignited the age-old question: “Are dogs ninja masters or just really good at blending with furniture?”

To answer that question, we present to you 18 examples of stunning canine camouflage. So before you report your pooch missing and begin a countywide search, check out the photos above. Your fuzzbutt could very well be hiding in plain sight.

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