Look-Alike Animal Photo Series Unites Pets In Unlikely Friendships


They say everyone has a doppelganger, and it looks like that theory extends to our pets, too!

Mark Taylor of Warren Photographic credits the brilliant idea for his twin animals photo series to his mother. She originally photographed her seal point Birman kitten with her similar-patterned Dwarf bunny, and the concept evolved from there.

Soon Taylor was snapping pics of puppies that look like bunnies, hairless cats with hairless rats, even twin guinea pigs and squirrels!

The results are almost too cute to believe. Not just the fact that such a diverse array of critters can bear such striking resemblances to one another; but also that they actually tolerate being photographed together!

Taylor chocks it up to lots of patience and one very talented assistant. He told Bored Panda:

“Animals are more difficult to work with than people because you can’t tell them what to do… I have an assistant who helps me to train the animals and keep them from walking off set. She is incredibly good with animals.”

A photo posted by Adorable Animals (@warren_photographic) on

The photos seen here are just a tiny sampling of Taylor’s work with cuddly inter-species cuties.

The website, has thousands of images under the “Cats & Dogs With Cute Pets” heading. They aren’t all twins, but they are all adorable!

Warren Photographic is a UK-based company that specializes in selling professional pet and nature photos for commercial use.

Can’t get enough of these brothers from other mothers and sisters from other misters? Follow Warren Photographic on Instagram and Facebook.

Featured Images via Instagram/Warren_Photographic

Written by Dina Fantegrossi

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