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Royalty, Nobility, and Aristocatcy

So many portraits of famous people from history. We've seen them all. Queen Elizabeth, Marie Antoinette, Julius Caesar... I'm going to ask the question that's on all of your minds: WHOCARES. SHOW ME THEIR PETS.

All those selfies on your phone? Worthless. Future historians will surely have come to their senses, and will find that the truly valuable photographs and portraits will all be of our pets.

While we can't change history, we can fix it going forward. Show us what your pet would look like in a historical portrait. Consider which time period would suit them best, and dress them up appropriately. Don't skimp on the luxury! We want folks in the future to know the lived well.

This prompt is part of our special "Pet Week" Promptathon, where all of the prompts are themed around our pets. You are encouraged to use your own pet as a focus if you have one, but if not, feel free to use ours! You'll find many photos of our beautiful Sweater Sleeves here - we've been posting one each day for the last six months for just this purpose.

This one isn't doing it for you? How about this one instead: Fight to the Death >>>
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