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We asked you to share pictures of your costumed pets on Vetstreet's Facebook wall — and boy, did you deliver! We love to see our fans (both human and four-legged) getting into the Halloween spirit!
As promised, here's a look at our 10 favorite costumes.
Jen Larson via Facebook
We had no idea the Big Bad Wolf could be so darn sweet!
Cassie Torres via Facebook
Little Momoko gives Red Riding Hood a more lupine spin. After all, there's a little wolf inside every dog.
Shelly Starr via Facebook
Think babies dressed as pumpkins are cute? This feline could give even the most adorable pumpkin baby a run for his money!
Susan Bryant via Facebook
Delilah and Roman have us buzzing about how cute they are.
Kristin Harris via Facebook
Coolest superhero on the block? Why, it's the Cat of Steel, of course.
Mona Little via Facebook
We bet the ladies were all over Damion when he rolled up to his Halloween party with his canine mohawk.
Blair Keffer via Facebook
Wilson doesn't look too thrilled to be sporting this rooster hat. But we think it's cock-a-doodle-dandy.
Judith L. Humphrey via Facebook
This cutie's owner tells us: "When Cullen said he wanted to be a cowboy for Halloween, he had something different in mind!" Get along, little doggy.
Have you ever seen a less scary witch? We'd cuddle with this kitty any day!
You didn't think we would have a Halloween gallery without a dog dressed as a hot dog, did you? The irony of Gabriel's costume is just too good to resist!
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