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41 Times Folks Were Caught Carrying Dogs In Bags And It’s Adorable

The internet has some niche communities, and this one is sure to make your head scratch, but it's more sure to make you burst into tears because of how adorable these doggies in bags are. The post 41 Times Folks Were Caught Carrying Dogs In Bags And It’s Adorable first appeared...

If you’re thinking the internet can’t get any more niche than this, it finds a way to get even more specific.

We’re, of course, talking about an Instagram page that is solely dedicated to sharing people’s photos of dogs chilling in bags as they are being transported from point A to point B. Yes, that’s a thing.

The Instagram page has a bit over 98,000 followers, and the page itself encourages people to send in pics they snapped of dogs in carrier, or not carrier, bags. As of this article, the page has nearly 1,300 posts.

Scroll down to see our curated list on the matter, and while you’re at it, comment, vote, and why not tell us if you do the same because your dog has to be a king or a queen while in public!

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So, Instagram has so many dog pages that it should honestly launch a spin-off social medium called Dogstagram. There is a hashtag, so I guess we’ll settle for that.

The Dogstagram universe includes heaps upon heaps of accounts dedicated to worshiping dogkind, and one of these pages is a rather niche affair called BagDogs. And it’s exactly what it sounds like.

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BagDogs is a follower-driven Instagram account that shares the best and most adorable pictures of yips, puppers, doggos and borks alike chilling in bags, backpacks, carriers and other forms of fiber containers.

And that’s about it, multiplied by almost 1,300, which is the amount of posts that the page currently has. Since its launch, the page has drawn together over 98,000 followers, hungry for more pictures of dogs in bags.

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Fun fact, part of this movement of having dogs in bags was due to the fact that New York city has banned dogs in the subway—they had to be carried in bags, by which the government probably meant doggie carriers and not actual bags, but people used everything in this case, including “modified” IKEA bags.

But besides this ban, there is a certain kind of convenience both for dogs as well as owners. After all, the dogs can chill, and the owners can walk faster. Sure, everyone ought to get some exercise here, but the smaller puppers may have problems walking New York distances.

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You can check out the entire page here, but don’t go just yet! We have a list of bears and a list of bunnies lined up for your entertainment. But you still have a ways to scroll, so keep at it, and put these other lists into your agenda. 

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