Dogs and cats camouflaged against carpet have become a hit in lockdown

The pets that stay furry well hidden: Images of dogs and cats camouflaged against soft furnishings have become a hit during the coronavirus lockdown

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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 

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