I have to agree with Grant.
To quote from the Forum:
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If you want to get advice on how to perform the task yourself or about Photoshop in general this should be a good place, otherwise not so much.
But I can’t rule out someone else taking pity on you yet …
One possible approach would be to
• duplicate the layer and use a Layer Mask to isolate the animal
• load that Mask, select the background layer, expand the Selection somewhat and use Edit > Fill >Content Aware to remove the animal from the background (additional retouching may be needed)
• select the animal-layer and convert it to a Smart Object (Layer > Smart Objects > Convert to Smart Object)
• invoke Edit > Puppet Warp, set the necessary points and move the intended ones