She Photoshopped Her Dog Into Famous Pictures, The Results Are Adorably Funny.
We're already impressed with our 4-legged friends — how quickly they pick up on tricks and their ability to bring us joy during our darkest hours —but Zelda is a 4-year-old Shiba Inu that has gone where no dog has ever gone before.
Thanks to her human, Olivia Lazer, Zelda has experienced ordinary office life, pencil skirt and all, and on a more glamorous end, that of a fashionista, indie rockstar, and luxury vacationer. Even more fascinating, she's been able to travel back in time. She's even posed as Zelda the Hagiorite!
But how did she do it? Well, Lazer has some precision Photoshop skills and is not afraid to use them. She also has a knack for sifting through and selecting the most iconic photos. And Zelda? Well, she's just naturally good looking. Together, they are paving the way for Shiba Inus, who were typically used solely as companion dogs.
Scroll through the collection below and let us know which one's your favorite.
This is Zelda, a super lovable Shiba Inu.
Her human, Olivia, makes sure to give her lots of love.
It isn't all fun and games for this Shiba Inu. She definitely knows hot to hustle in the office.
We're not sure if you recognized her, but here's Zelda with her hair blown out for a photo shoot. She's a natural.
Zelda wears many hats, but she looks particularly dashing in this one.
Who says nuns can't pluck? "I do it all for the children," she says.
Okay, more like Michael Canine, but no less suave, especially next to Giovanna Ralli.
Zelda kindly asks for everyone to stop reposting photos of her from the Super Bowl.
"But, if you're thinkin' about my baby / It don't matter if you're black or white."
Taking a dip in the pool, circa 1989.
In her free time, she loves to serve as monk,theologian, and philosopher. She enjoys monastic life.
Fuzzy pink and a shimmery blazer suits Zelda well. She misses our beloved Prince.
Back in high school, Zelda was quite the fox. She was the most popular girl in school!
If you didn't know, she's a Canadian artist, musician, and music video director. She refers to her success as a result of a DIY project.
Zelda the Royal
Some people will never be royals, but you can call her Queen B.
And by the looks of it, she's made her way to the top. Started at the bottom, now she's Bill Gates.
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