Kittens & Bunnies

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Jane with one of her Persian kittens

Some years ago, an email titled “Watch out for Identity Theft” began circulating around the globe. It featured a collection of photos of animals of different species paired together — cats with dogs, dogs with bunnies, cats with ducks, etc. The title refers to the idea that the animal that was "different" was trying to "fit in" with the others in the photo because all the animals in th photo were the same color.

While that original email did not credit a photographer, the images were the work of Jane Burton. Jane Burton is the British photographer who actually originated the idea of pairing similarly colored animals of different species in a photo, usually shooting them against a white background.

Jane loved cats and so her photos often featured felines. She also enjoyed working with rabbits, so it is no surprise that during her career, she amassed a large number of photos that showcased cats and rabbits together.

Below is a small collection of some of our favorites photos of "Kittens & Bunnies" by Jane Burton as well as images by her son, Mark Taylor. We hope you spend a few moments enjoying and admiring their stunning images — it may even become part of your family's Easter tradition . . .


This photo is perhaps the quintessential example of “Watch out for Identity Theft” . . .
The Black & White Bicolor Kitten certainly seems like he wants to be part of the Black Dutch Rabbit Family

Photo by Jane Burton / Warren Photographic


Which of these is not like the other? Which of these doesn't belong?

Silver Exotic Kittens with Silver Lop Rabbit
Photo by Jane Burton / Warren Photographic


As the Siamese kitten leans in to whisper in the colorpoint rabbit's ear, it is saying. "Don't you see the similarity?"
Photo by Mark Taylor / Warren Photographic


Silver Exotic Shorthair and Silver Baby Rabbit
Photo by Jane Burton / Warren Photographic


Golden Chinchilla Persian with Young Rabbit
Photo by Mark Taylor / Warren Photographic


Blue kitten with blue rabbit
Photo by Jane Burton / Warren Photographic


The Lynx-Point Birman and the Brown and White Rabbit Make A Striking Pair
Photo by Mark Taylor / Warren Photographic


The Red Tabby Kitten seems amazed that the Lionhead-Lop Rabbit can stand up like that
Photo by Mark Taylor / Warren Photographic


The Baby Rabbits Snuggle with the Burmese Kitten
Photo by Mark Taylor / Warren Photographic


The White Chinchilla Kitten with Young Silver Colorpoint Rabbit
Photo by Jane Burton / Warren Photographic


The British Shorthair Brown Tabby Kitten Can't Believe The Ears on the Tortoiseshell Dwarf Lop Rabbit
Photo by Jane Burton / Warren Photographic


Chocolate Birman-Cross Kitten with Chocolate Dwarf Lionhead Rabbit
Photo by Jane Burton / Warren Photographic


A Birman Kitten Touches Noses with a Seal-Point Netherland Dwarf Rabbit
Photo by Jane Burton / Warren Photographic


Young Silver Lop Rabbit with Silver Tabby and White Maine Coon Kitten
Photo by Jane Burton / Warren Photographic

 The Lilac Ragdoll Kitten Lies Down with a Lop Baby Bunny
Photo by Jane Burton / Warren Photographic


The Blue Tabby Kitten Is Fascinated by the Ears of an Agouti Lop Rabbit
Photo by Mark Taylor / Warren Photographic


Colorpoint Kitten with Baby Bunny
Photo by Mark Taylor / Warren Photographic


Silver Tabby Kitten Peeks Out From Beneath the Ear of a Silver Lop Rabbit
Photo by Jane Burton / Warren Photographic

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