Say 'Treat!' Your Funniest Pet Pics
"This is Riley – my first child," jokes Nichol Runner of Sacramento, Calif. "As a little puppy, his teeth were so sharp, when he laid on his back he looked like a gremlin! So we called him our little gremlin. But in this shot it looks like he is smiling and waving, even though he probably was just trying to playfully bite us!"
"This is my Pomeranian puppy Eleanore on the night we got her," writes in Alyssa Wooten from Cambridge, Md. "She was only 1 lb. 6 oz., and she literally could sit inside of my husband's shoe with room to spare! So tiny!"
Andrea Bell from Everett, Wash., has a rambunctious twosome in her dogs Susie Q and Tubby. "From the day they started walking, these two were inseparable! That's why we decided to take two puppies instead of one. Now they just wrestle together! Susie Q always takes charge over her brother Tubby."
"This is a picture of one my kittens, Sox," writes Ashley Hawkins of Virginia Beach, Va. "He is such a ham when it comes to taking pictures. He always has the cutest poses. On the other hand, his brother Red runs when the camera comes out."
SANTA'S LITTLE HELPER
Valerie Hausmann's sweet photo wasn't easy to create. "Noah's Christmas card was the hardest yet cutest thing ever!" writes the St. Louis, Mo., pet owner. "He hated sitting still this long in Santa's sleigh – but loved the bone reward!"
DOUBLE THE YAWN
The life of leisure can just be too much sometimes! Sarah Pineda of Los Angeles writes that her two kitties "really get bored ... poor things!"
BEST KEPT CHILLED
"As I was cleaning out the fridge, I propped the door open with a juice bottle," writes Christie Saracino of Palm Harbor, Fla. "I had turned around to toss something in the garbage, and when I turned back, this is what I saw ..."
"This picture was taken in my living room of my 'furry kid' Rosco," writes Kacie Hetrick of Mayville, N.Y. "He is a 3-year-old black Lab, and he lets you do anything to him. He's very easy-going!"
Forget being a housecat! Carey Rogers of Osceola, Ind., writes that the newest member of her household took it upon herself "to be a barn cat."
Amanda Seefeld of Waterford, Mich., writes that as she was trying to snap the pic of Bruiser in his Detroit Tigers ball cap, "he yawned! It looks like he is laughing, and I crack up every time I see it."
Sandra Stehly shows us what dinner time in her house looks like – a cat-catering diner in Hilliard, Ohio!
This lil' Romeo – a 4-year-old Maltese – is anything but in love with the beach. Needless to say, writes Ibeth Ramirez of Falls Church, Va., Romeo hasn't been back since.
"This is my sweet girl, Crystal," writes Marisa Hannen of San Antonio. "Even though she is looking fierce in this pic she is really trying to smile at us!"
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