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Animals Dressed as Other Animals

About 8 years ago, I was at a local Hallmark store with no idea that my life was about to change. That’s when I saw a rack of little Boyd’s bears dressed up as other animals. I think they were supposed to be Christmas ornaments, but in reality they were everything I never knew I always wanted. Ever since then, I cannot get enough of animals dressed as other animals, be they real or fake. I think it has a lot to do with my deep-seated need to give animals voices of their own in this cruel, cold world. Imagining a bear pretending to talk like a moose? Or a cow trying to be a rabbit? O.M.G. It’s like the Halloween of the animal kingdom. Will the fun never cease?

"Ooh, look at me, I'm a moose. Ooooh. I'm so moosey, with my antlers and my Harry and David candy. Oooh."

I wanted to share a lot more of this overwhelming cuteness with you, but–

Oh deer, someone beat me to it!

Here’s a sneak peek:

3 thoughts on “Animals Dressed as Other Animals”

  1. Being canine, I prefer to speak for myself. If I dressed up like one of the cats running around my humans house I couldn’t possibly embarass myself by purring or meowing. I’ve noticed humans do have a fascination with dressing up as other creatures, or sexes, or even things. They have whole holidays dedicated to such activities. But then humans do have some definite…shall we say…short-comings? Woof Woof (I liked your post!)

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