There seems to be no end to the trend of internet shaming, the practice of calling someone out on social media for bad behavior. It can be controversial, except when it comes to pet shaming. Then, it's just funny. (Pet owners often post photos of their dogs or cats after they've misbehaved with a sign explaining what they did.)

Dogs and cats aren't the only pets that end up as social media fodder when they misbehave. People who raise backyard chickens for a steady supply of fresh eggs soon realize that chickens don't always cooperate. Chicken shaming is a way to get their frustrations out, and it's better than the alternatives! Here are some funny ones:

Next thing you know, the chickens will turn the tables and create #chickenownershaming. Then they can post photos of their humans who won't stop kissing their chickens.

Robin Shreeves ( @rshreeves ) focuses on food from a family perspective from her home base in New Jersey.

When good chickens go bad, shame them
When backyard farmers get more than they bargained for from their egg-laying friends, they take to #chickenshaming to embarrass them.