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11 Animals With Privacy Issues

They're just not entirely comfortable putting it all out there.

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1. This dog, who would like to not be disturbed:

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He's taking some me-time.

2. This cat, who also would like to not be disturbed:

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"Come on, why you disturbing me, bro?"

3. This dog isn't really comfortable with you watching over him:

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"Why do you have to make this awkward?"

4. This cat, who is determined to go off-grid for a couple of hours:

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Nothing like a digital detox every now and then.

5. This pug, who didn't see you come in there:

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Obviously needs to work on his "alt+tab" game.

6. This cat is still working on finding good hiding places:

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While that is impressive, you're not really fooling anyone.

7. This cat, who has been caught in the act:

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Caught red-handed. Or red-pawed, to be more accurate.

8. This owl, that was pretty confident it had picked a good spot:

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It could definitely teach that dog from earlier a thing or two.

9. This kitty, who is wondering if a little privacy is too much to ask:

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"I just really need to be alone right now!"

10. These goats, who now need a new hiding place:

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There's always one that ruins it for everybody else, isn't there?

11. This kitty, who doesn't want to see anyone right now:

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"Just feeling a little shy is all..."

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Sometimes, you may want to be open, other times you may want to keep things a bit more private. Thanks to the new My Account tool from Google, you have the power to do just that, with its easy-to-use on/off switches that help you take control over what you share on the web.