these pictures of cats and bunnies together are cute and funny
November 9, 2017 9:38pm CST
here's a gallery of cats and bunnies pictured together by animal photographer, Mark Taylor, and his assistant, Britta, in the UK. as i clicked through the pictures, i also read the captions to learn the breeds of the cats and rabbits, such as blue dutch, black dutch, siberian, lionhead, lop, lilac ragdoll, british shorthair, birman, russian blue, etc. Mark Taylor credits his mother for this photo shoot idea: "It started when she noticed a friend’s rabbit and kitten, Tiffany and Turbo, were an exact match." his advice for those who want to try this: “The animals don’t always get along. If they have not met before, it is important to first introduce them with a barrier between so one can judge if there is likely to be any arguing." “There have been many times that male rabbits have tried to hump the other animal, be it a cat, dog, guinea pig or another rabbit." “The least compatible with anything are terrier dogs, followed by adult cats." “The best thing, no matter what the species, is to have animals that are brought up together, or at least are introduced to each other at an early age. That way they look and act the most alike." this series of pictures was described in the articles as "snapcats with their bunny doppelgängers" and "carbon-copy rabbits and cats." i guess you can also call them "twinning cats and rabbits" or "kitten and bunny twins." do you agree? the original article is from the site Storytender.com last november 8, 2017. the link i'm sharing below is from yahoo philippines today, november 10, 2017. hope you enjoy these cats and bunnies slideshow as much as i did.
These “snapcats” have found their bunny doppelgängers in a series of super-sweet photo shoots. Animal photographer Mark Taylor, from Surrey, England, and his assistants have scoured the U.K. to bring together carbon-copy rabbits and cats.
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That is interesting. I had a dog and then my cat came along. They got a long beautifully. I believe also that it depends on the animals that are paired together. That is right animals being brought up with each other or introduced to each other at an early age.