Did you or your child grow up with a pet? Show us photos of then and now!

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Did you or your child grow up with a pet? Show us photos of then and now!

9 hours ago

Submitted by Mandy Sisson

Submitted by Mandy Sisson

Then and now: We want to see photos of you or your children growing up with pets!

Everyone knows that adolescence can feel like a roller coaster of change. But some kids are fortunate enough to have at least one constant in their young lives: their pets.

If we’re lucky, our animals are there for our good days and the bad ones — from when we take our first steps to the moment we leave our childhood homes behind. And to celebrate these ever-faithful companions, we want to see pictures of your children (or you!) growing up with your four-legged friends.

Submit your then-and-now photos below:

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For the birds! Guests ruffle KLG, Hoda’s feathers

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For the birds! Guests ruffle KLG, Hoda’s feathers

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Feathered beasts left Hoda and Kathie Lee traumatized on Monday in an animal segment that was definitely for the birds.

Video: SeaWorld and Busch Gardens animal ambassador Julie Scardina introduces Kathie Lee and Hoda to a puffin, a hornbill, a cotton-top tamarin and a tamandua. (The big hornbill causes quite a stir when he takes off and flies around Studio 1A.)

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The Fourth Hour anchors were paid visits by several endangered critters currently getting care at Sea World and Busch Gardens.

“Tell me when it’s over,” Hoda cried, turning away as a ground hornbill flew toward her and perched on an arm.

“He looks like he’s got my hairdo,” she said when she finally drew enough courage to peek at the massive bird and its tuft of spiky head feathers.

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The bird apparently took a liking to being on-air because it refused to budge when it was time to move on to the next animal. Instead of flying to its handlers, the hornbill flew into the studio and perched on top of a camera. It then flew back toward the ladies.

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Kathie Lee had her own fowl moment just minutes earlier. A puffin that had been calming resting in her hands suddenly went nuts trying to climb up her chest and onto her shoulder, wildly flapping its wings along the way.

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The two birds cut short time left for the remaining animals featured, a cotton-topped tamarin and a tamandua, a form of anteater.

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