Photographer Mark Taylor Captures Hilarious Photos Of Pet Doppelgängers Sharing The Same Colors

These “snapcats” have found their bunny doppelgängers in a series of sweet photo shoots. Animal photographer Mark Taylor, from Surrey, England, and his assistants have scoured the UK to bring together carbon-copy rabbits and cats.

Blue-point Birman-cross kitten dozing with fluffy bunny.

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Sharing details such as fur and eye color, seating positions, startled expressions, and even matching markings on their noses, the cute animals look as if they came from the same litter. Some of them also appear to be the best of friends, with the pairs cuddling up to and even lying on top of each other.

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Black Dutch rabbit with black-and-white kitten Felix.

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Sleepy ginger kitten, Tom, 3 months old, lounging on Sandy Lionhead-Lop rabbit.

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Black kitten with black Lionhead-cross rabbit.

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Colourpoint kitten with baby rabbit.

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British Shorthair silver-spotted kitten, 8 weeks old, with silver Lop rabbit.

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Colour-point lop rabbit baby with Lilac Ragdoll kitten.

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Blue Dutch rabbit and matching kitten.

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Chocolate Birman-cross kitten with chocolate Lop rabbit.

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Colourpoint rabbit and Siamese kitten, 10 weeks old.

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Russian Blue kitten chasing blue Lop rabbit.

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Ginger female kitten Sabrina scent-rubbing against a young sandy lop rabbit.

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