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Photos: Angelenos' Pets In Awesome (And Cute) Halloween Costumes
If there's one thing you guys like almost as much as dressing up in great Halloween costumes, it's dressing up your pets in great Halloween costumes.
Due to the overwhelming response we got from our roll call for pictures (and probably also because you guys didn't dress up until Friday night), we had two galleries of the get-ups you guys rocked this weekend. We also had a call for pet costumes, and while we didn't get as many responses in that regard, they definitely made us go "D'awwww" a whole lot more.
Especially our Food Editor's shiba inu, who dressed up as a food critic version of @mensweardog.
Thanks for all of your submissions this year!
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