Gut Z was found outside in June, 2012 at three months old, with his guts hanging out. He was brought to a local veterinary clinic where emergency surgery was done to save his life. The clinic arranged for him to be taken to Harmony House for Cats, where I met him. Now, several months later, he is growing and running around like a normal kitten. In addition to that, he seems to be a pretty good sport about wearing a Halloween costume. Reader submitted photo
This is my dog Cookie dressed up as Lady Gaga, as she appeared in the 2009 VMA's. Reader submitted photo
Sophie, a self-trained (from watching TV shows) police dog is guarding the "cell" of our former governor at the Federal Correctional Institution -- Englewood's satellite prison. Reader submitted photo
Meet Gracie the Chia Pet. Reader submitted photo
Brother/Sister team. Homemade tux complete with black tails and top hat. His sister has a colorful dress to compliment him. Reader submitted photo
Help! A shark bit off my leg!!" and the doofus-y lifeguard who let it happen! Reader submitted photo
It's G.I. Gia! Reader submitted photo
Latte (The Frog) is 4 years old and Neo (The Princess -- only because she puts up with the hat!) is 11 years old. They are miniature dachshunds and best friends! Reader submitted photo
Zoe, a six-year old long-haired dachshund, is dressed as a Pumpkin. Reader submitted photo
We adopted Chloe at nine months old. She has suffered an ACL tear and broken leg, but she is now doing well and always wants to play! Reader submitted photo
Mia the Beagle Mix from Sleepy Hollow playing the role of the Headless Horseman. Reader submitted photo
Wabash is a two-and-a-half-year-old Australian Sheppard/Border Collie mix. This year he's dressing as his favorite Terrytoons cartoon hero -- "Deputy Dawg". As you can see he is on duty and ready for action. Reader submitted photo
Archie is swimming to help heal a broken pelvis. He may be little but he has enough determination to swim with the big fish. Reader submitted photo
Kingston, my American pit bull terrier, and my son, dressed as Our Gang members. Reader submitted photo
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