Last year dog owners gained a venue on which to extract some revenge on their misbehaving pooches with the Dogshaming Tumblr.

Now, with the Bunny Shaming Facebook page, folks with pet rabbits have a place to turn when their furballs make trouble.

Like with dog shaming, the bunny owners post photos of their little buddies looking dour as they pose with the mess they made and a description of the mess they made. And, as you will see, rabbits can certainly make a mess.

But while we're pretty sure dogs do feel shame, we're not entirely convinced bunnies have the capacity to reflect upon their misdeeds. Or, really, have the capacity to do anything but chew and make more bunnies. Check out more examples of bunny shaming below and let us know if you think these wascally wabbits are feeling any regret.

Bunny Shaming, Facebook
Bunny Shaming, Facebook
Bunny Shaming, Facebook
Bunny Shaming, Facebook
Bunny Shaming, Facebook
Bunny Shaming, Facebook
Bunny Shaming, Facebook
Bunny Shaming, Facebook
Bunny Shaming, Facebook