A is for Animal selfie
From pelfies featuring household pets in general (hence the name, which is a combination of “pet” and “selfie”) to delfies with dogs, the range of animal selfies is endless. A big part in the spread of the craze was played by National Geographic when it launched an advertising campaign some time ago based on the funniest, cutest and most entertaining selfies of parrots, horses, hamsters, dogs and lots of other creatures. Pictures of pets - with or without their owners - are now some of the most widespread selfies around. According to a survey carried out by an American website for pet and dog sitters, almost one out of every five dog owners takes their faithful friends out for a walk in order to get their daily delfie fix, while 65% of those surveyed said that they had more photos with their dog than with friends or relations. So getting snapping with the hashtag #DogWalkSelfies.