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Friday, February 15, 2013

Cuddly Pets For Valentine's Day

Opposites attract as cats and dogs pair up and snuggle down for Valentine's Day

If these photos are anything to go by this Valentine's Day then opposites really do attract. 
From cats cuddling dogs, to bunny hugs between kittens and rabbits - its enough to melt even the coldest of hearts. 
The heartwarming shots were all taken by animal photographer Mark Taylor.
Friends: A sleepy ginger kitten relaxes with a sandy lionhead-lop rabbit in an adorable photo taken by Mark Taylor
Friends: A sleepy ginger kitten relaxes with a sandy lionhead-lop rabbit in an adorable photo taken by Mark Taylor
Odd couple: An 11-week-old bulldog cuddles up with his guinea pig friend
Odd couple: An 11-week-old bulldog cuddles up with his guinea pig friend
Adorable: This fluffy pair, a red toy poodle and ragdoll-cross kitten which is just five weeks old, get acquainted
Adorable: This fluffy pair, a red toy poodle and ragdoll-cross kitten which is just five weeks old, get acquainted
He followed in the footsteps of his late mother Jane Burton producing enchanting images involving adorable pets.
And while they say you should never work with children or animals, Mr Taylor prefers his subject matter to have four legs.
It's a lot harder to achieve these results than you might think.
According to Mr Taylor, cats, rather than the bigger animals, make the most difficult photographic subjects.
Puppy love: This 11-week-old Blenheim Cavalier King Charles Spaniel puppy plays with an eight-week apricot miniature poodle puppy
Puppy love: This 11-week-old Blenheim Cavalier King Charles Spaniel puppy plays with an eight-week apricot miniature poodle puppy
Perfect match: A young windmill-eared rabbit and white kitten show opposites really do attract
Perfect match: A young windmill-eared rabbit and white kitten show opposites really do attract
Nose to nose: This bulldog puppy gets up close and personal with a guinea pig, Amelia
Nose to nose: This bulldog puppy gets up close and personal with a guinea pig, Amelia
Mr Taylor said: 'It ranges from quite easy - I would never describe it as very easy - to extremely difficult. 
'There are some occasions where I get nothing because the animal just doesn't like being in the studio.' 
Mr Taylor has a wide pool of animals to call upon for his photo shoots, not to mention the 20 he owns himself.
Getting to know you: This ginger kitten looks content hanging out with a lionhead-cross rabbit this Valentine's Day
Getting to know you: This ginger kitten looks content hanging out with a lionhead-cross rabbit this Valentine's Day
Affectionate: What better way to celebrate Valentine's Day than with these cute and cuddly pairings
Affectionate: What better way to celebrate Valentine's Day than with these cute and cuddly pairings
Canoodling: From cats cuddling up to dogs, to bunny hugs, Mark Taylor has produced these adorable photos of animals this Valentine's Day
Canoodling: From cats cuddling up to dogs, to bunny hugs, Mark Taylor has produced these adorable photos of animals this Valentine's Day
Cuddly: A blue-point kitten and Dachshund pup, Baloo, who is just 15 weeks old
Cuddly: A blue-point kitten and Dachshund pup, Baloo, who is just 15 weeks old
They say you should never work with animals or children but photographer Mark Taylor, pictured with his dog Bess, doesn't agree
They say you should never work with animals or children but photographer Mark Taylor, pictured with his dog Bess, doesn't agree

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