Have you ever seen the photo depicting both an old woman and a young woman--depending on your perspective?
When you look one way, you can see an old woman, looking down and to the left, with a bonnet on her head.
When you study the photo further, you can see a young woman looking to the left and away--her back turned to us. The old woman's mouth is now the young woman's necklace and the wart on the old woman's nose is now the young woman's nose.
The same thing can be done with this image I've been seeing all over the place. It is the logo for VPI Pet Insurance.
If you look at the logo one way, you see a dog, looking to the right (his left...I may only be a cat, but I know my right from left) and a cat sitting in front of him, looking directly at us.
On second glance (or first glance for me--every time I see this logo), you see a dog eating a cat. The left side and top of the cat's head become the outline of the opening of the dog's mouth as he devours the pretty, ginger kitty.
Bad dog! Bad!
DISCLAIMER: While VPI Pet Insurance has never come out and stated such, it is probably safe to say they do not encourage consumption of felines by canines. And it's not just because they don't want to pay out benefits when this does happen. It's because they are, by all accounts, good people.