Some animals were just born to wear bunny ears. Rabbits are an example that comes to mind, but so do a few dogs, cats, and other species who feel right at home with long, fuzzy, pointed ears, whether they're natural, man-made, or even photo-enhanced.
Quest (aka Question Authority), a white shepherd from Kelso, Washington, is one of three white shepherds in the family. "Quest enjoys dressing up more than the other two," reports sauvie3.
Sophie Grace, an Old English sheepdog from Plymouth, Indiana, is "being a silly lazy girl and not wanting her picture taken with bunny ears. So she lay down, and it was so cute I did it anyway," says fuzzykidsmom. "Sophie is a rescue and she is deaf. We communicate with hand and facial signals. She live with her 2-year-old English sheepdog brothers and two standard poodle brothers, as well as the occasional foster dog."