Today’s Solutions: December 05, 2021

Pets are wonderful—not only do they give us unconditional love, but they also have a tendency to behave in the silliest of ways. Whether it be a cat chasing a ray of light, or a dog trying to bite its own tail, pets know how to get a good laugh out of us, which is what all of us could use right about now.

In an ode to our furry friends, we have a gallery of hilarious photos to show you from the recent Mars Petcare Comedy Pet Photography Awards. The photo awards are now in their second year, and a portion of the sponsorship and entry fees are donated to the UK pet charity Blue Cross to help rehouse pets and provide vet treatment. The awards feature photos of laughing horses, curious cats, a not-so-scary guard dog, and even a yawning bunny.

Want to have a good laugh? Check out the hilarious photo gallery right here.

Image source: Elke Vogelsang

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