UNDATED (CNN) -- Ratting out a dog for bad behavior is becoming a popular trend in "dog shaming."
Humans aren't so appealing when they get shamed for bad behavior, but when a dog confesses "I hid meat in the couch" there's no hiding the cute factor.
At the blog "Dog Shaming," doggie sins ranging from sex like "I hump every stuffed toy I find", to gluttony are celebrated, such as "I eat the trash."
the grosser, the cuter like "I ate baby poop." Owners pose their pets behind shaming signs, often with evidence included in the photo.
Sometimes they send a tag team of transgressors. Like two dogs with signs that say, "I puked in our crate. And I ate it." Or "I pooped by the elliptical machine. I ate a Herman Melville novel."
There are even murder confessions of "we killed a mockingbird." Sure, some say "Awww poor dogs" and complain of "dogsploitation."
Dog owners and dog walkers in Central Park had their share of shame-worthy stories. Take Kona, he has a habit of jumping into dirty fountains. His owner says, "I took him to the Hudson River last week and he started swimming to Jersey." She had to practically drag Kona out.
Barking is a popular dog shaming topic. One dog's sign says, "I bark at doorbells on TV, but we've never had a doorbell." Another says, "I have beautiful eyes and i bark at any stranger who looks into them. Ruff!!!"
One of the most common misbehaviors seems to be eating underwear. One sign says, "I am an underwear eating jerk," accompanied by the chewed up boxer briefs to prove it.
It's not eating, but drinking that gets Daffney and Augustus into trouble at the toilet. Their owner says, "She uses her nose. She pries the seat up, she lifts it he comes right behind and they start drinking from the toilet bowl."
As with humans, sex leads many dogs astray. One sign says, "I humped a blind cocker spaniel's face" and another says, "I like to hump this cat."
But Romeo here has a different source of shame. Some dogs are scared of thunder, but Romeo's owner says, "He's scared of his own farts. Whenever he does it he literally leaps up from where he is and searches around."
Actually, Romeo is a two-sign dog. He doesn't just like to watch his owner in the bedroom. His owner says, "he was licking my feet hanging out of bed as I was ah!"