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233 Animal Pun Cartoons

All these cartoons are wild (except for the domesticated ones).

In this pun, the raving lunatic is, in fact, a raven, who is saying , "I've bought a house on the moon, and NASA has hired me as a bowling ball!"
In non-related news, my dream job is to be a bowling ball.
In this mashup pun on mailman and mandrill (the baboon with the greatest colorful bum), we see a mailmandrill - a mandrill who of course is employed by the postal service as a mailman.
Sometimes I wish the postal service would stop monkeying around.
In this pun on fishtank, we see a fish in a tank - i.e. a fish wearing a tank top (he's also wearing sunglasses, but that's besides the point.)
Most fish do not prefer to be in tanks. They'd rather be in turtlenecks.
In this pun on two-toed sloth, we see the two TOAD sloth, a happy sloth holding two toads.
Not to be confused with the Two-Frog Sloth
In this pun on stuffed animals, we see two animals (a bear and a bunny rabbit) at a restaurant table who are completely full. The waiter comes over offering dessert, but the bear declines-  they are absolutely... stuffed.
Not sure why children sleep with these (although I guess it’s notably safer than sleeping with hungry animals)
In this pun on NPR (national public radio), we see Hen P R, Hen Public Radio - two chickens sit at the radio desk saying "You're listening to all wings considered."
Ah, the dulcet tones of vocal fry and clucking!
In this pun on baking technique of giving a pastry an egg wash, we see a parent chicken bathing its baby egg in a bath.
A technique I learned from the Great British Bokking Show
In this pun on foul language, we explore fowl language, i.e. words spoken by chickens. Unfortunately, it's not that expansive, as the only word they say is "Bok."
No four letter words here.
In this pun on goosebumps (the thrilling phenomenon when your skin raises up), we see goose bumps- two geese giving each other a fist pump. Much less scary (or more, depending on if you are afraid of geese or not)
Not sure why R. L. Stine wrote so extensively about this
In this pun on construction job of crane operator, we see a grey crowned crane (the bird) working as an old-timey telephone operator.
Not sure how this job is in such high demand.