1 of 10 Last week our Editor asked if you wanted to be a photographer for the site? It would seem many of you do and have risen to the challenge of sending in your stock photos of animals. Paul Carter was one of many who photographed his cat.
2 of 10 We received lot and lots of dog pictures, including this one of seven year old Rex by Kirsten Tonon.
3 of 10 Can you guess what it is yet? Josh Donegani thought what we really needed was a guinea pig.
4 of 10 John Elsey sent in this picture of a Wallaby taking time out.
5 of 10 Darren Prescott is a volunteer at a wolf centre and submitted a range of good stock shots.
6 of 10 Paul Simpson: "Here's one of a cow looking over a stone wall. The picture was taken by myself in Castleton in the Derbyshire Peak District" He also says "I have a vast collection of varied photographs, what you could call stock photos I'd say."
7 of 10 Kent Deitemeyer emailed this picture of Fleur. "Fleur is a Pug owned by a close friend in Switzerland. Fleur has the personality to match the photo, a real ham." Others didn't take the process too seriously...
8 of 10 ...Ben Moxon says, "this picture could prove valuable for any story involving animals not being concerned by balloons, and let's face it, hardly a week goes by without something along those lines making the front page."
9 of 10 Anna Hankins: "This my son's cat Loudie. I figure she's letting me know that I'll not be having any more Diet Pepsi's today! Thanks for giving readers the chance to share personal pictures, it's been fun, and I'm sure I'll do it again in the near future."
10 of 10 And finally, John Salmon sent this. Not sure how useful it is as a stock photo, caption competition maybe?