A grumpy dog has found a new owner after his cute photo shoot went viral.
Sheldon, a two-and-a-half year-old Pitbull, arrived at a shelter in Phoenix, Arizona in 2016 and was desperately looking for a new home.
A shelter volunteer did a shoot with the adorable pooch in which he wore a green bow tie and posed for the camera for pictures that were posted to Facebook.
A woman named Emily Chmiel discovered Sheldon's adorable pictures and later adopted her new furry friend to join her five cats.
She told Inside Edition: "I had been looking for a dog for a while, and his picture just kind of clicked with me. He's such a goofball!"
A customer asked a restaurant not to "judge" them for ordering three lots of mozzarella sticks.
A receipt posted on Reddit from Toronto's Fresco's Fish & Chips shop showed the large order of the deep-fried cheese treat, which came to $21.45, along with deep-fried pickles, slaw and two diet cokes, according to the Daily Mirror newspaper.
On the comments section of the customer's receipt, they asked not to be criticised for their greedy request as they were "having a bad week" and were "excited" to see the fatty food back on the menu.
They wrote: "Yes I meant to order 3 mozzarella sticks. Please don't judge me. Im having a bad week and was so excited they were back on the menu." (sic)
A mother-to-be was left "flabbergasted" when she saw her dead grandmother's face on her baby scan.
Thirty-year-old Louise Corkill from Liverpool, North-West England, saw the spooky figure at her 15-week check-up when she found out the sex of her unborn child.
She told the Liverpool Echo: "I felt sick and just started sobbing.
"I knew instantly it was her face, and I was just so shocked to see her again.
"It was like she was letting me know that she is here and looking after the baby.
"There is just no denying it is her, I am still flabbergasted by it."