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233 Animal Pun Cartoons

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

In this play on a publicity campaign by the NYC Department of Sanitation to "send rats packing" by putting out garbage later, we see an ad campaign to send rats packing by giving them a rollerboard suitcase and teaching them how to pack efficiently.
Thankful the NYC Sanitation Department is teaching rats some important life skills! #sendratspacking
In this play on "Great Horned Owl," we see a great horned owl next to just-an-okay horned owl, who has not caught any prey but IS ready "Eat Pray Love."
Bird Taxonomy, explained
In this pun on the wacky dance craze, the Chicken Dance, we see the chicken dance-  a pair of graceful chickens dancing ballets. What, if chickens are doing any type of dance, isn't that considered at least A chicken dance?
Forget Swan Lake, it’s all about Chicken Lake.
In this pun on a hen party (what British people called bachelorette parties), we see a candidate (who is a chicken) from the hen party, a political party that supports a free-range future with affordable coops and accessible feed.
A British tradition I clearly don't understand
In this pun on rubber chicken, we see a chicken masseuse massaging a chicken client. The massager says, "Well I prefer to be call a massage therapist. But I guess technically I am a..." -- rubber chicken.
Nothing like a good dry rub to make a chicken better!
In this pun on the classic food chicken strips, we see a chicken strip - a serious chicken posing on a pole holding a bikini top. The chicken isn't wearing anything because, of course, chickens never wear clothes.
Not sure why this is on so many kids’ menus. #asininechickenpuns
In this play on training a dog and asking it to shake, we see a man ready to shake a dog's hand, but the dog has its arms outstretched and says, "Actually, I'm more of a hugger."
An important scenario to be aware of it you're teaching your dog to shake
In this pun on the basketball (I think?) term "Technical foul," we see a technical fowl, i.e. a fowl - in this case, a chicken- who is very technical. In fact, it uses a computer and notes that using Java instead of Python may render HTML faster.
I would learn to code, but I'm too chicken.
In this pun on armadillos and Zillow, we see Armazillow, a website for armadillos to find cool new burrows to move into.
It’s a little known fact that most armadillos are actually renters.
In this pun on spread eagle, we see the spread eagle, a bald eagle holding a tray with an assortment of spreads.
Now we just need the Chips Hawk.