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To help you get in the "howliday" spirit, we picked out our favorite festive
cats from our
Facebook page. While a Santa suit proved to be the most popular holiday attire, there are a couple of reindeer, a New Year's reveler and even a snake among our picks. Enjoy!
Facebook via Tzu-Fang Wang
Fourteen-year-old Hades looks like he has no trouble spreading holiday cheer.
Facebook via Sue Haddox
Lucky is one lucky pup! Not only did he get to sit on Santa's lap and
ask for treats and Frisbees galore, his owner tells us that this will be
the rescue's first Christmas with his forever family.
Facebook via Andrea Serio
Baby’s owner tells us that this is how the precious Pit Bull looks on New Year's Day, after a long night of celebratory digging and sniffing in the backyard.
We wonder what Slyder, a Ball python, asked the guy in the big red suit
for this year as he slithered up his arm. More mice in his tank?
Facebook via Ed Harley
A cat wearing a tiny Santa hat! Hidey proves there’s no such thing as too little holiday spirit.
Facebook via Xeniya Jones
How about a little holiday dress-up? Here's Mango, getting a feel for
what it's like to be a reindeer just waiting for Dasher, Dancer and the
rest of the gang.
Facebook via Stephanie Green
Natalie looks like she's ready for some snow on that grass! The grin on
this 8-month-old Irish Wolfhound puts us all in the holiday spirit.
Facebook via Neontha Hatchcock Lapping
Get ready for big Christmas spirit on some little dogs! We love CoCo and Pebbles in their holiday best.
Facebook via Nancy Pilarz DeCecco
We're dying to know how Sneakers' owner got him into this adorable Santa costume.
Facebook via Suzanne Hughes
Bunny looks stunning in her holiday best. We wish her and all of your pets a very Meowy Christmas and Happy New Year.
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