Let’s face it; 404 errors are embarrassing. Either the user has typed in an address wrong, or a page has been removed that someone is trying to access. Most 404 pages are pretty plain (mine included), but I think this unfortunate experience is something that companies can take advantage of. Here you can show a little bit of a cheeky or humorous side of your company; and perhaps win over more users / potential clients.
Here is my submission for a 404 page for a fictional pet shop website.
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