Vladimir, a one-year-old Amur tiger shows his interest in a first birthday treat. Amur tigers Vladimir, Natalia and Domininca celebrated their first birthday with a birthday cake filled with special treats at the Highland Wildlife Park at Kincraig in Scotland. (Andrew Milligan/PA Wire)
Happy Birthday Wendy!
Elephant keeper Donna Murray at Bristol Zoo, presented a birthday cake to Wendy the elephant in honour of her 40th birthday. For her birthday treat she was given a special cake make of fruit and vegetables and other edible delights, but without candles. (Barry Batchelor/PA Archive/Press Association Images)
Happy Birthday Lola and Poppy!
Lola and Poppy (rear) the Californian sea lions celebrate their first birthday with a sprat filled ice cake. (ANDREW MILLIGAN/PA Archive/Press Association Images)
Happy Birthday Spike!
Spike, the world's oldest living cat, with a birthday cake as he turned 30 on 20/05/00, making him 210 in cat years. The ginger and white tom was bought for two shillings and six pence as a kitten in London's Brick Lane market in 1970. (Barry Batchelor/PA Archive/Press Association Images)
Happy Wedding Day Timmy and Muffin!
Timmy the Bichon Frise (left) and Muffin the Shih Tzu (right) with their cake after their unique dog wedding as part of Harrods' 'Anything is Possible' season. (Lewis Whyld/PA)
Happy Anniversary Lemurs!
Lemurs at Edinburgh Zoo are presented with a birthday cake to mark the 100th anniversary of the Royal Zoological Society of Scotland, the charity which owns the Zoo. (David Cheskin/PA Wire)
Happy Birthday Tuan Tuan
8-year-old male panda Tuan Tuan eats his "birthday cake" at Taipei Zoo in Taipei (Unioncom/ChinaFotoPress)
Happy Birthday Flocke!
Polar bear Flocke eats a birthday cake made in with ice, herring, and fruit, to celebrate her third birthday at the animal exhibition park Marineland in Antibes, southern France. (AP Photo/Lionel Cironneau)
Happy Birthday Virginia
Virginia the black and white African hornbill celebrates her birthday by totally ignoring her birthday cake at London Zoo. (John Stillwell/PA Archive/Press Association Images)
Happy Birthday Kibali!
Kibali, an Okapi at Marwell Zoo near Winchester, Hampshire, receives a specially baked cake from keeper Debbie Kill on his 30th birthday. He is believed to be the oldest surviving Okapi in the world. (Chris Ison/PA Archive/Press Association Images)
Happy Birthday Edinburgh Zoo!
A mother and baby Hippo tuck into a birthday cake at Edinburgh Zoo. The Zoo was celebrating its 90th birthday, having opened its gates in 1913 to become Scotland`s first national Zoo. (David Cheskin/PA Archive/Press Association Images)
Happy Birthday Hua Ao!
Giant Panda Hua Ao eats his 5th birthday cake at Yantai Zoo. (Photo by Chu Yang/ChinaFotoPress)
Happy Foraging Mr Squirrel!
A squirrel helps himself to some cake remnants in London. (Stefan Rousseau/PA)
Happy Birthday Tsugaru!
Bactrian camel Tsugaru eats his Christmas cake celebrating his assumed ''35th birthday'' at Nogeyama Zoo in Yokohama. Tsugaru, over 100 years old in human terms, is fed coenzyme Q-10. (Kyodo)
Happy Birthday Emas!
Emas investigates his birthday cake made by the zookeepers at Dublin Zoo. (Leon Farrell Photocall Ireland)
Happy Birthday Mujur!
Baby orang-utan Mujur celebrates her first birthday, with her mother Maggie at Dublin Zoo. The birthday cake made of fruits and veg is in the background. (Leon Farrell/Photocall Ireland)
Happy Birthday Angeline and Zuri!
Baby elephants Angeline, right, and Zuri, left, dig into a ice cream cake with Angeline's mother, Savannah, center, to mark the young elephants' first birthdays. (AP Photo/Gene J. Puskar)
Happy Birthday Joe!
Joe the gorilla celebrates his 45th birthday by eating a slice of birthday cake, at Twycross Zoo, Leicestershire. (Rui Vieira/PA Wire)
Journal Media does not control and is not responsible for user created content, posts, comments, submissions or preferences. Users are reminded that they are fully responsible for their own created content and their own posts, comments and submissions and fully and effectively warrant and indemnify Journal Media in relation to such content and their ability to make such content, posts, comments and submissions available. Journal Media does not control and is not responsible for the content of external websites.