Pet owner finds amazing selfies on phone after cat accidentally walks over it

It's common for pet owners to have thousands of photos of their beloved animal on their phone.

But the great majority would have taken them themselves – with no help from their cat or dog – apart from looking particularly cute for the gram.

For lucky owner Kevin Rusnak however, his cat Dobby took the photos for him after accidentally walking onto his owner's phone.

And it's fair to say that they are a stunning set of photographs – far better than you'd expect.

Proud owner Kevin shared the incredible snaps on Twitter, with the caption: "What happens when you leave your unlocked phone on the kitchen counter?

"Your cat steps on it and starts taking selfies."

The stunning set of photographs have attracted lots of fans – with many praising the felines efforts.

And Dobby – a mix of Burmese, Siamese, and Russian blue – has also been praised for his model looks.

One person wrote: "These pics had me laughing out loud. The last one is the best one."

A second added: "They have a good eye, those are pretty good."

And a third deadpanned: "The last thing a mouse sees."

But one person was less complimentary, commenting: "DECEASED. Why do cats take selfies like they're middle age dudes on Tinder?

"All that's missing is some sunglasses and somebody else's boat in the background."

And many fellow cat owners had stories to share about their badly behaved felines.

One joked: "You're very lucky it was the end with the face. My cat butt-dials."

Another added: "I had a cat who literally butt-dialed my manager, whom I was actively trying to avoid at the time.

"Literally. I walked out of the room, walked back on, heard muffled noises coming from under my cat's butt because he was sitting on the phone screen."

One disgruntled owner replied: "Mine went on an Amazon spending spree."

In 2011, monkey Naruto snapped several selfies of himself with a camera belonging to photographer David John Slater.

The photos were then published in a book leading to PETA suing the photographer and self-publishing firm on behalf of the monkey, alleging his copyright had been infringed.

Three years later, after a lengthy court battle, the US 9th Circuit Court of Appeal ruled that the monkey had no rights to the photo.

Sadly this means Dobby does not hold copyright for the incredible photos he snapped.

But they did bring joy to a lot of people on Twitter, as did this story about an ex-bodybuilder turning his life around after his wife left him.

Bobby Humphreys, 48, now spends his days looking after abused, neglected and abandoned chihuahuas.

Now he runs a sanctuary called Big Guy, Little World, which has rescued over 50 pups to date.

He said: “I was concerned about what people would think. Would they think I am the male version of the crazy cat lady?

“Would they think I’ve gone completely insane?

“I can tell you this, almost every single friend of mine, not even just the close ones and every single family member as well, have been nothing but supportive across the board of me doing this.

“To see my mother’s face when she told me when she was so proud of what I was doing is a moment I’ll cherish always.”

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