What is it about dressed up animals that makes them so endearing? Why do some people think it’s so cute to get bizarre pet costumes for their animal friends? I don’t quite know the answer, but I can almost anticipate the “oohs” and “ahhs” that you won’t be able to hold in, as you scroll down this gallery.
Yes, even the most insensitive and uncaring among you: this post will not fail to stir a bit of warmness in your chest. So if you are putting up a rugged curmudgeon-y front, you may want to skip this entry altogether. Or your heart will melt, I tell you.
The sharpest looking animal costumes, ever:
Is it wrong to dress up animals in Halloween costumes?
After looking through these pictures, and while my heart was mushing up just a little bit, a thought arose: does this qualify as some kind of animal cruelty? Is it wrong to dress up animals? Well, truth be told none of these creatures look much disturbed with those garments. As a matter of fact, some actually look pretty comfy if you look closely. And the darned creatures certainly seem to enjoy the extra attention.
Besides, as far as cruelty goes, dressing up animals is on a wholly different level than …. uhm, dressing *in* animals, which is something many primitive humans still fancy doing, as a way to flaunt their assumedly high status.
…these last two pictures are wrong in so many ways I won’t even get started on it. Wrong in a way that would only be matched in degree of irony by a Vegan Canibalist. Oh well… but the show must go on, and we hope this post made you smile. Except for these furry posers by the end, that is.
PS – and yes, I can tell some of those are Photoshopped, because of the pixels and I have seen quite a few in my time. But let’s face it, they’re still funny! And if you dare think otherwise, take it to the comments down below. And if this gallery made you smile more than twice, you need to share this post with your friends via the social media buttons readily available for your convenience. Spread the amusement, and cherish your animal friends!