Would you put a hat on your cat?

According to the BBC today, more and more people across the world are putting their pets in clothes. We’re expected to hit the £30million mark this year in the UK alone. Crazy times. Personally I find it depressing enough having to buy clothes for my children, so I definitely would not waste money on dressing a pet. That said, the only pet we’ve had recently has been a goldfish, which would rather limit my options anyway to swimwear.

I thought this would be a good opportunity to share with you a few alternative pictures of dressed up animals. Just for the lols, as the cool kids say.

So here you go…

Animals in clothes, animals in bows… close enough I reckon:


Now I don’t know about you, but this just looks like a cat in a tea towel to me. Not very impressive:


Or how about this – a dog in sheep’s clothing:


And last but not least, a rabbit in a hat. I’m not sure this counts.



  1. 9 February, 2012 / 5:07 pm

    welll… errr… I can fully explain…. but yes we have dressed up Jackson our beautiful boxer dog, not so much in made to measure costumes but in the kids hand me downs, he is as daft as a brush and always wants to join in their games and they love to dress him up lol http://thisisme-sarahmumof3.blogspot.com/2011/09/gallery-animals.html <– take a look I must say dressing him in a police mans outfit is just too cute ;)

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