The pets that stay furry well hidden: Images of dogs and cats camouflaged against soft furnishings have become a hit during the coronavirus lockdown
It’s the online trend that’s grown even more popular through the long weeks of lockdown.
In fact, Instagram is full of pictures of dogs and cats camouflaged against the ‘soft fur-nishings’.
After we published a series of snaps, we invited readers to send in their own — and today we display the joyous results. So how many ‘car-pets’ can you spot?
Gone in a fluff of smoke: Julia Marlow’s shih tzu Coco is just five months old
Maisie’s amazing vanishing act: This two-year-old magician belongs to James O’Shea from Manchester
Here is the snooze: Another Coco . . . this time a dog belonging to Jayne Vaughan
Where, kitty kitty? Heather McCrindle’s ten-month-old Persian, Fawkes, is a sight for sore eyes . . . if you can find it
A familiar pattern: Ruth Rowlands’ French bulldog Kizzie makes a great ‘car-pet’
Is he Bichon Frise-ing? Marisa Gouldson’s dog Teddy warms himself up in a woolly rug
Extra large marks the spot: Giant Reef was loved for ten years by the Rossi family before passing away
Hair has she gone? The Grangers love Bella, five, a Tibetan terrier
A mat finish: Raffi, Caroline Wardle’s a-door-able wheaten terrier
Sheepskin mog: CoCo, a Ragdoll cat breed, loves to snuggle at home with owner Joanne MacKown
Picture research: Claire Cisotti