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Gosh, too bad that wasn’t adorable or anything. 🙂
LOL. My cat would happily chase after the eggs and attack the fake grass, but I would never be able to get the bunny costume on him.
Now I want to go get a basket and eggs for my kitties. Pretty sure my husband will think I’m crazy but I don’t care
Update, I got them a small basket. Didn’t do eggs, did a bunch of dingle balls and other toys they like. Adorableness ensued. Then they realized I also put a bag of kitty treats in there and then they all decided that they needed to come walk on me til I gave them treats.
Savannah kitties! They are the best–ask mine!
Awww… thanks for that!!
Here comes Peter Kitty Tail!
D’awwww. That is one amiable kitty. My dog refuses to put up with anything other than a collar. There should be more Easter bunny animals. I wonder if anybody has tried to put a bunny in a bunny costume (just to be redundant/strange/humorous)?
I never tried to dress up one of my bunnies, but my miniature horse doesn’t mind wearing bunny ears at all.
Are there pictures?? 🙂
Photographs, but I don’t have any way to load them so you can see. He is a cute little guy.
I love the kitty’s wink at the end of the video.
All I could think was: Fake grass! Noooooo!
I had a cat growing up who would always eat that stuff and then throw it up all over the house. We could never have it in the house, ever. Even now, with 3 totally different cats, I wouldn’t risk it. Too many memories of cleaning up after the furball.
Shudder. But the cat was way cute, once I got past the traumatic Easter grass flashback.
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