What Would You Do If You Came Home To This?

A husky sits with paw prints around him

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You never know when artistic inspiration will strike. For one Siberian Husky, the muse visited while his family was away for three hours on a trip to the movies. It was then that the dog managed to find his owners’ calligraphy set.

Paw prints cover the floor and several objects

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A user posted the pictures of the dog artist and his work on Imgur. The pup left a Jackson Pollock-esque series of paw prints in his wake as he treated the family’s home like his own personal canvas. He left his mark here:

Paw prints cover the floor

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And here:

Paw prints cover the hallway floor and door mat.

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And here:

Paw prints cover the floor, a purse, and a pillow.

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The ink was from a traditional Chinese calligraphy set with bio and non-toxic ingredients. So the pup was just fine after the whole event. 

Paw prints cover the floor

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Perhaps the most suspicious work of art was a singular paw print on the bedspread. Imgur user ForeverGratefulinVT commented, “One paw print on the bed: ‘wait, I’m not allowed on the bed. I’m such a good boy’. 

One paw print is on the bedspread.

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Another user makeusmirk commented, “I like to imagine that all the stuff lying around and covered in ink were unsuccessful attempts to clean up the mess”. 

Paw prints are all over the tile floor

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Whatever this pup’s motivations were, he’s just too adorable to stay mad at. The family was able to clean up the mess, but at least there will always be photos of their pup’s masterpiece.

The husky sits on his owner's lap

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Has your dog ever made a mess while you were away? Where you able to clean it up? Let us know in the comments below!

A family went to movie for 3 hrs come back to this

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