Michelle tried to hold back her giggles when the family came home and saw how she'd shredded the sofa. Next time they left the house, her food dish would be full.
After eating a bowl of pot kibble, Owen began to find everything funny.
Alexander laughed along while he plotted his revenge. No one gives Alex a bath. No one.
Andrew managed a nervous laugh, but then he saw the saddle. What were they going to do with that?
Nelson had a great sense of humor, but no one ever stuck around to hear the punch line.
Frank cackled as he plotted against his kennel-mate Mr. Cupcake, who was the office golden boy. Not for long.
Clark was often amused when the dog tried to speak French.
When Carl had the giggles, he couldn't eat a thing.
Meredith fell down laughing when her pet human accidentally ate her canned dog food.
Robert couldn't believe his good luck. Eight extra lives? Why didn't someone tell him sooner?
Once Sam started laughing, you couldn't get him to stop until the neighbors called to complain about "that yappy dog."
Jimmy couldn't control his laughter every time he saw a creature with big ears. They just looked so strange.
Gertrude set out to prove that she was the original Laughing Cow.
Normally a teetotaler, Wilma gobbled up all the catnip. It was worth it to see the look on Ms. Kitty's face.
Herbert's babyface matched his immature sense of humor. Yes, everyone loved a good carrot joke.
Charles did not appreciate his brother laughing at his expense. Lots of kittens his age still had accidents on their way to the litter box.
Randall hooted happily when he realized mice couldn't fly. This would be easy.
Jane couldn't contain her excitement about having so much extra skin.
It was said that Susan's laugh resembled a witch's cackle. She'd tried to find a kitty-sized broom, but had to settle for a toothbrush.
John decided to have a good belly laugh before making dinner out of the zoo's new intern.
David couldn't believe his ears. Man's best friend? Where did the human get that idea?