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READER PHOTOS: Your funniest pet moments

Veterinarians are advising against leaving pets unattended in cars during hot weather. This dog was not left unattended in a car.
Veterinarians are advising against leaving pets unattended in cars during hot weather. This dog was not left unattended in a car. Contributed

FROM pooches putting on a show wearing hats and sunglasses to curious kittens and even a cheeky cow or two, Sunshine Coast pet owners have shown the funnier side of their beloved "extra family members". 

We asked Sunshine Coast Daily readers to share their photos of their funny pet moments.And you did not disappoint. 

Take a scroll through some of your funniest pet moments. Prepare yourself for cuteness overload.

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"Our Bella will do anything for a treat" Paula Kelly Mather wrote.

 

"Our Lilly destroyed our timber blinds while we were out to create herself a view to the outside world. She is very happy now!" - Lisa Kenny

 

"Mine likes a bike ride", Alysse McAllister 

 

 

"My kitten is obsessed with this sink. He always sleeps in it, even when it's wet." Alexandria Calvert

 

 

PETS! This week we want to see photos of funny things your pets do! Share your pic below – with details – and we’ll add a selection of your photos to our photo gallery.

Posted by Sunshine Coast Daily on Tuesday, 23 June 2015

 

Topics:  editors picks pets



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