Some of these animals really don’t need things like inflatable rubber rings to swim, but it seems some of them just like to float down the lazy river of life. Why not grab your own essential swimming aids as we smile at this cute lot…
10 – Whatever Floats Your Seal
This seal only needs to hold on lightly because he is pretty good at swimming anyway. But now and again we all need a little hand.
9 – Whatever Floats Your Duck
I might have believed the duck was really wearing a pool ring until I saw the one behind wearing a life jacket. Kind of gives the game away that this is a fake. Funny indeed, but still a fake.
8 – Whatever Floats Your Mouse
This is either one big mouse or the world‘s smallest pool ring! To be honest it doesn’t matter either way because they both look really cute!
7 – Whatever Floats Your Monkey
Over in Tennoji Zoo in Osaka, western Japan they use various methods to keep their animals cool in the hot summertime. My monkey here gets is own paddling pool and rubber ring!
6 – Whatever Floats Your Horse
Why the long face!? When it comes to pool safety these inflatable rings might mean the difference between winning and losing in a water polo match!
5 – Whatever Floats Your Dog
This poor dog does not look happy about being in the water. Luckily for him, there is someone helping him up. Or maybe the dog is sat on them!
4 – Whatever Floats Your Cat
This puss is having so much fun it looks like he is singing! Let’s hope he really is happy and not shouting at the dog for putting him in there.
3 – Whatever Floats Your Hampster
Is that a pool ring or a shower curtain ring? Well, either way, he looks cute in it and a helping hand is in there just in case of trouble.
2 – Whatever Floats Your Capybara
Dogs and cats as pets are so00 last year! The pet of choice, this year is a Capybara and this one is called Gary and he likes to stay safe while taking a dip in the pool. Even though he is a rather good swimmer.
1 – Whatever Floats Your Goat
He floats around on lakes all day eating all the grasses & weeds. In fact, firms that rent out boats on lakes use hundreds of these to keep the Vass down.