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 email@example.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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