Friday, October 29, 2010

Friday Fun: Pets in Halloween Costumes-A Hidden Danger

What's better than having a fluffy, adorable pet? Possibly a fluffy, adorable pet in a Halloween costume. Who could forget THIS little guy from

Or this poor little doggie and kitty:

Just remember, pets hate costumes! They came here in their cute little birthday suits, and that should be enough for us crazy humans. We shouldn't be dressing them up as babies, food items, or other animals. Every time you dress your animal up for a holiday, that's another opportunity for your animal to plot your demise.

Is  THIS adorableness worth taking your life into your own hands for?

He may look cute and adorable now, but when he's thinking of new ways to end you, will it be so funny then? He may weigh a meager .6 lbs, but that means nothing when a pet has gone into full-blown costume-induced rage.

Think of the animals! End unnecessary animal-embarrassment! Does Mr. Chuckles look happy right now?

No. Mr. Chuckles is NOT happy right now. And he will be sure to make you appropriately unhappy later. Those new shoes you love? Yeah. It will be like that.

Well, if we can't dress up our animals in funny costumes, what does that leave us with? Where can we get our dose of festive cuteness?

Isn't this udderly adorable? Yes that's right! Dress your kids up as animals! Babies are small, and usually non-retaliatory, so go for it!

Bunnies, bears, frogs, you name it! For every adorable child, there's an adorable animal onsie. Just make sure they never, EVER see the photos of them dressed up like this, and you're golden!


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