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Friday, October 14, 2005


Halloween countdown
Day 2


Doesn't Fido need formal wear? Do you have a matching Fifi who might need a brides outfit?

What about Waldo and Heinz, your two dachsunds? Don't they need to look just like a hot dog?

Isn't this amazing? People, what is our world coming to that we need to put our pets in costumes. Aren't our children already dressed to kill for Halloween? Of course not! Pets love putting on costumes. Why, every pet I've ever had begged to be dressed up for every holiday. My Irish Setter wanted nothing more than to wear a turkey outfit for Thanksgiving, and our cat Bingo loved to wear his gefilte fish costume (complete with beet colored horseradish) for Passover. They just wouldn't take no for an answer, either!

Got our big pumkin today. Soon we'll be roasting the seeds. I love pumpkin seeds!
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1 Comments:

Blogger Belinda said...

The hot dog costumes have NEVER failed to crack me up. I have been informed that my black standard may have to play "Darth Poodle" with my nephew for trick-or treating, if the costume is too big for his dog.

15/10/05 1:46 AM  

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