Dogs not sure why humans are so into their turds

DOGS are confused about why humans are so into their turds, it has emerged.

Canines confirmed that they are “a bit creeped out” by the constant presence of humans as they answer the call of nature.

Dog Wayne Hayes said: “We’re not here to judge or to ‘kink-shame’ but this thing humans have with our shit is a bit weird, right? They’re always watching us while we do it, then picking it up and bagging it.”

He added: “I guess it’s kind of a payoff for the food and accommodation, but it does feel a bit unseemly.”

Hayes said that attempts to curb the humans’ fetish – such as staring them down during the act and defecating in unexpected places – had so far proved unsuccessful.

The dog community is also working to address the ‘equally disgusting’ issue of humans kissing them on the mouth.

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