Maggie And Orbit Are So Excited They Never Look At The Camera

These Boston Terrier siblings are quite the troublemakers

By Justyne Yuen-Lee
maggielovesorbitCredit: @maggielovesorbit

“Stop attacking me! I didn’t snitch! Mom caught you on the table!” Siblings only turn on each other when they get caught red-pawed.

Maggie and Orbit live in sunny San Diego and according to their mother have been “codependent since birth!” But that’s just how siblings are supposed to grow up – sticking together through thick and thin. What makes these terriers so special is that in 95% of their shots that aren’t posed, at least one of them is not looking at the camera. The other thing they’re good at is bothering each other, what good is a sibling if you can’t bug them. But with all bothers, there’s a million times more love.

maggielovesorbit2Credit: @maggielovesorbit

These two are always on the beach and can’t even when they have to take a break from all the sandy mischief. Or maybe they’re napping while sitting up.

maggielovesorbit3Credit: @maggielovesorbit

“I’m not hitting her. I’m trying to fix her bow.” That’s what siblings always say when parents are trying to take a nice photo.

maggielovesorbit4Credit: @maggielovesorbit

Straight Outta the Ocean – the Boston Terrier hot album is going to drop this summer 2017! Pre-order yours now!

maggielovesorbit5Credit: @maggielovesorbit

“OMG sand everywhere! OMG let’s run to the ocean! Ahh!”

“Who cares about bath time??”

They said with no regrets, but were full of regrets at bath time.

maggielovesorbit6Credit: @maggielovesorbit

The only time they do look at their camera is when they’re in dismay about being made to wear adorable bear outfits!

maggielovesorbit7Credit: @maggielovesorbit

“Where’s the sun going?”

“I don’t know, but there’s sun in my eye.”


maggielovesorbit8Credit: @maggielovesorbit

We think they look fabulous and would definitely replace the Left Shark at any of Katy Perry’s performances. Of course, any occasion calls for a unicorn dog! And once again, they’re not looking at the camera since these hats look kind of heavy.

maggielovesorbit9Credit: @maggielovesorbit

“Sometimes I love my sister and give her kisses.” Or someone is offering treats in the background for the cute picture!

maggielovesorbit10Credit: @maggielovesorbit

“Is this break for us or for you? Are we going to sit and watch the sunset together? What’s the plan?”

maggielovesorbit11Credit: @maggielovesorbit

There’s always one who’s always interested in something else than the ‘gram. “It’s not always about likes, moooom.”

maggielovesorbit12Credit: @maggielovesorbit

“What is this littler version of me? What does it keep yapping? I just want a hug!” Meeting with other terriers is a highlight for these curious terriers.

maggielovesorbit13Credit: @maggielovesorbit

“Forget about the picture, what’s that guy doing?” And for this photo, we lost both of their attention, but for good reason!

maggielovesorbit14Credit: @maggielovesorbit

And if you get a shot where it looks cool that they’re not looking, one of them pulls a silly face. It all works out though. It’s adorable seeing what these troublemakers get up to!

maggielovesorbit15Credit: @maggielovesorbit

But you know some Instagram users practice for years trying to master the art of looking away for that candid shot, and these two terriers got it down!

Follow the Boston Terrier siblings on their adventures on Instagram @maggielovesorbit!