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“This photo was taken at my grandmother’s house at 8 a.m.,” Carvalho de Moura wrote. “Hassan is a very agitated dog, it was almost impossible to photograph him, so I hid and called him in the yard. The puppy came running, looked at the camera, and smiled.”
“This is my best friend Faith and her husband Alex … and their cheeky Sproodle, Hugo,” Beck wrote. “Faith wanted a photograph to mark a special occasion — her first outing after shielding at home for 14 months. Hugo jumped into the frame at just the right moment! He’s a lockdown pup, so he hasn’t quite gotten used to the excitement of being around other people yet.”
The photo was taken on Crosby Beach in Liverpool, England.
“Star and Will trying to get their ball back from one of the Crosby statues,” Johnson captioned the photo.
“Casey my cat relaxing … she does this often,” Corrine wrote. “It seems to be her happy place.”
“Ride time? Don’t think so! Give me the carrots first! The daily battle between horse and rider,” Taylor wrote.
“Bailey likes to get cozy on top of me when the little terrors (my kids) go to bed and obviously wasn’t up for moving when I needed to get up!” Pickup wrote.
“I take a lot of action shots of my dogs and every once in a while a funny one will appear,” Carpenter wrote. “I think it sums up my Springer perfectly.”
“My 98 year old mother’s beloved cat,” Slater captioned the photo.
“Trooper and Ruby are best friends,” Allen wrote. “Sometimes he’s a little bossy. We call this face Professor Sir Didymus.”
“Rats like to play fight with each other,” Morey wrote. “Occasionally, they will do what I like to call a ninja move, standing in this position for a few minutes before continuing their play.”
“Eddie and I like to hang out and watch movies,” Batho wrote. “Here we are enjoying ‘The Crying Game.'”
“Bailey was so excited to see her friends, she couldn’t sit still for a photo!” Cheary wrote.
“Cutie and Speedy are two chicks hatched from eggs placed in an incubator at home in August 2020,” Bonnefoi wrote. “The first three months they spent most of their time with me. They just loved looking at the screen of my iPad when I was replying to emails or chatting on FaceTime. In the photo they are only nine days old. They were curious about everything around them. One morning I put [on] a ‘hen sound effect’ YouTube video. I wanted to see what would happen as the only ‘living creature’ they were used to was me. Their reaction was second to none!”
“Lockdown blues,” Walker wrote. “Please, not footie again!”