'Felfies' from our region

Here's a selection of the region's best 'felfies' - 'selfies' taken by farmers with their livestock.

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Wednesday's 'Felfies'

Joanne from Micklethwaite with her goat Titan Credit: Joanne Henson
Lorna McColm, from Stranraer, With Brown Swiss cow Credit: Lorna McColm
Imogen Lee Dustin and Skittles the chinchilla. Credit: Imogen Dustin
Ben Isles with his jersey heifer Credit: Ben Isles
Proud George Slack with his cow Credit: George Slack
Dale with Mr Sheep Credit: Dale Lee

'Felfies' taking the world by storm

Farmers from across our region, and even further afield, have been sending us their 'felfies'.

The internet craze involves farmers taking a selfie of them and their livestock.

Kathryn Hodgson from Shap and her lamp Credit: Kathryn Hodgson

The internet craze has proved so popular that it even has its own Facebook page with over 20,000 likes.

Tom Graveson from Hall Farm Orton sent us this 'felfie' with one of his cows Credit: Tom Graveson

Its a craze that's taking over the world, with one Border viewer even sending us her 'felfie' from Canada.

Kristen Hall from Butterfield Acres Childrens Farm in Calgar Alberta, Canada Credit: Kristen Hall

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First Border 'felfies'

People from across our region have started sending in their 'felfies'.

A 'felfie' is a 'selfie' taken by a farmer with their live stock.

William Shaw's 'felfie' taken at Redhouse Farm, Kirkpatrick Credit: William Shaw
Hannah T from Carlisle took her 'felfie' with her cat Credit: Jennie Mitchell

If you have one you'd like to share with us then send them to us at pam&ian@itv.com or btvnews@itv.com.

And of course, it goes without saying, please do not put any animals in distress when taking your felfie. We'll put the best ones on our website.

Send us your 'felfies'

You may be getting an attack of the January blues so a new internet craze could be just the thing to cheer you up.

'Felfies' are 'selfies' taken by farmers with their livestock - they're posted on an official Facebook page with over 20,000 followers.

The craze started in Ireland, and has now spread worldwide.

Send your 'felfies' in to pam&ian@itv.com.

And of course, it goes without saying, please do not put any animals in distress when taking your felfie. We'll put the best ones on our website.

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