He wanted to stand out.
(submitted by Matthew)
“This is a photo of my family and its menagerie (ferret, snake, cat, dog) circa 1985. Less than a year later, we added a pig to the mix, and our childhood also included at various points a goat, raccoons, iguanas, chameleons, ponies, mice, rats, too many small lizards to count and at least one bird that was killed by a ferret.
The best parts of this picture are the expression of sheer misery on my then 14-year-old sister’s face, and the averted look of embarrassment worn by Missy, the matriarch Labrador.”
(submitted by Will)
There’s also a pillow of a horse on the couch.
(submitted by Sam)
Here kitty kitty.
(submitted by Erika)
Oh, when he gets to telling stories.
(submitted by Abby)
When you’re playing the role of a dinosaur, you have to commit.
(submitted by Steve)
Ryan’s father was just trying to help him get over his fear of tigers.
(submitted by Ryan)
Somebody forgot to tell Pepe that he came with a spray feature.
(submitted by Kimberlee)
This dog demonstrates how to give a home perm.
(submitted by Leslie)
She was not Tiger’s first choice.
(submitted by Lucy)