230 Animal Pun Cartoons

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

In this pun on baseball term "fowl ball," we see a fowl ball - i.e. a social dance ala Pride and Prejudice where all the dancers are chickens.
Forget baseball, I want to watch chickens social dance. #asininechickenpuns
In this pun on New York country destination the Catskills, we see some cat skills (skills that a particular cat has): performing magic, ribbon dancing, baking, basketball, reciting the first 100 digits of pi, sleeping 20 hours a day.
Next time someone tells you they love the Catskills, it is probably just a humble brag that their cat is good at close-up magic.
In this pun on hog tied, we see a person running a race next to a pig, and they both cross the finish line at the same time. The person is hog-tied.
To be honest, I’d just be happy to vaguely hold my own in a race against a pig #2020fitnessgoals
In this pun on rocking horse, we see a rockin' horse playing the drums in a rock band.
So that’s what a wild horse is.
In this pun on the swimming pool command, "No horse play!" we see a bunch of horses in costume on a stage - presumably staging a Shakespeare play - when the stage manager alerts them, "Sorry folks, we've gotta shut it down." There will be no horse play.
It’s probably for the best the producers pulled out of this one.
In this pun on kindergarden, we see Chickindergarden, which is a class for young chickens. Chicks sit on the reading rug near a "Bok to school" sign while their teacher reads, "Chicken Chicken Boom Boom" (based on Chicka Chicka Boom Boom)
Chicken Chicken Boom Boom #asininechickenpuns
In this pun on ID necklace the dog tag, we see dog tag, a group of mutts playing tag.
My favorite form of identification
In this pun on composer and musician Johann Sebastian Bach, we see Johann Sebastian Bok Bok Bok, a chicken in a powdered wig, sitting at a piano and writing sheet music with a feather pen.
Desperate plea for chicken lobby sponsorship! #NotAnAd #yet #asininechickenpuns
In this pun on hippo and pope, we see the Hippope (not surprisingly, this is a hippo who is dressed as the pope).
In this pun on Koi fish, we see two coy fish, having a conversation under the pretense of being shy. One says, "Who, little old me?" The other replies, "Oh, I couldn't possibly!"
I prefer marine life that is more flirtatiously forward.