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40 Tattoos for Mad Animal Lovers

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40 Tattoos for Mad Animal Lovers

What is the best way to show your love for someone or something?

A lot of people get tattoos to express love or devotion to a person, a place, or an idea. There are some people who get tattoos after they undergo a difficult procedure such as mastectomy or after they’ve survived a very hard ordeal like domestic violence and abuse.

Then there are people who get tattoos for a lovely reason: to express their love for animals. Are you also an animal lover like us?

If you are, you will certainly enjoy this list of tattoos for animal lovers!

1. Canadian Sphynx cats look so badass.

Tattoos for Animal Lovers | Stay At Home Mum
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2. I love the flowing curves used to symbolise the horse.

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via animals.ekstrax.com

3. If you’re aiming for subtle, nothing gets subtler than this.

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via atrl.net

4. But if you’re aiming for cutesy, this is too adorbs for words!

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via barkpost.com

5. Who wouldn’t fall in love with this regal lovely?

Tattoos for Mad Animal Lovers | Stay At Home Mum
via barkpost.com

6. Or how about this awesome puppy artwork?

Tattoos for Animal Lovers | Stay At Home Mum
via barkpost.com

7. Or it can be as straightforward — and cute — as this.

Tattoos for Mad Animal Lovers | Stay At Home Mum
via barkpost.com

8. As if cats are not enigmatic to begin with…

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via boredpanda.com

9. Brilliant idea: one dog per finger to accommodate your growing pup family.

Tattoos for Mad Animal Lovers | Stay At Home Mum
via Buzzfeed

10. This is just so pretty and charming; I can’t get over it!

Tattoos for Mad Animal Lovers | Stay At Home Mum
via Buzzfeed

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