236 Animal Pun Cartoons

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

A magician pauses with a saw in his hand. He is about to saw in half his assistant, who is a cow. But we must remember - don't halve a cow!
From my forthcoming book "Sensible Advice for Magicians"
Two yetis share polite conversation, as is appropriate for abominable snowmen.
Contrary to popular belief, their manners aren't abominable.
In this pun on a fried chicken drumstick, a chicken plays drums in a rock and roll band, called Bok n Roll.
I love bok n roll! #asininechickenpuns
In this pun on George Orwell's dystopian novel Animal Farm, we see several animals line up at a pharmacy while the cat pharmacist tells them, "I'm sorry, your insurance doesn't cover that."
A frightening dystopian tale
A wise chicken in a turtleneck and tweed jacket advises, "Don't count your chickens before they hatch," in this classic chicken nugget of wisdom.
My go-to fast food order #asininechickenpuns
Two chickens play in the snow in a winter wonderland next to their chicken snowman. They are, indeed, no spring chickens.
Oh no! It's another weekend of asinine chicken puns!
In this pun on keynote speaker, a turkey gives a Ted Talk in front of a word cloud.
Give thanks, but also, give motivational speeches for a high fee.
A guy in a Yolo shirt and a No Regrets hat says, "I will try anything! Whoa, except for hanging out with this bird." The egret next to him looks upset.
#noregrets #noregrets
In this pun on the Boy Scout's beloved event Pinewood Derby, we see porcupines, on wheels, racing downhill.
Fun for children of all ages!
In this pun, we see the Statue of Liberty, holding a horse brush and a copy of Black Beauty, perched atop a horse stable.
Let's just defund the country and rebuild as a profitable livery stall where people pay us to board their horses. (Obviously, it'll be called The United States of A-Mare-Ica.)