This photobombing dog who has infiltrated an apartment ad is the shining light of the endless pit of soul-crushing despair that is house-hunting on Craigslist.
Usually the Craigslist process is a nightmare: “steps away from the city centre” translates to 13 miles, potential roommates will offer free utilities in exchange for foot massages (or other weird deals), and owners are often “on a mission” in some exotic location and require the wiring of a hefty sum before you get the key— maybe provide your social security number, too.
But this photobombing dog, who magically pops up in every single photo of a seemingly normal Chicago apartment for rent, almost makes Craigslisting worth it.
Apartment hunting can be painful on Craigslist. And this ad starts out like countless others: description, map, innocuous photo of pet-friendly living room.
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