In which we decorate the pets in holiday finery again!

Horses first:

lytha at the Horse-Crazy American blog always insists that horses have dignity.
At Haiku Farm, nobody has dignity on costume days.
Fiddle looks dignified, until we add that last critical accessory: antlers!Hana looks cute, no matter what.Dignity?
We don't need any of that stuff around here...because we have GOATS!
Dude! Your outfit! it looks so......festive?
It's not easy to get decent photos when all that cuteness is wiggling around.
Speaking of cuteness, here's more:


This is the end of the post.

You want more festivity, you gotta make it yourself.

Comments

  1. Hahaha, I love it! Fiddle looks so thrilled in those first few photos...

    Funny, my word verficatin is "color" -- there's plenty of it in this post! :)

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  2. Hmmm... you're giving me ideas...

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  3. lol! Very festive around your place. :D
    Don't tell the horses that I have similar looking tassled bridles for my llamas, too. Shhh!

    ~Lisa

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  4. Going to link to you tomorrow, and...
    the gauntlet has been playfully tossed!

    I'm not all that big on dignity. I find it interferes with fun. Today is body clipping day, but if I can move immediately after, Hudson is getting his halls decked.

    Love your post. Love.

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  5. ask me about this when i see you.

    although i believe horses should have dignity, and many do, i am ashamed to have many examples of how my own horse has none.

    i cannot even type them.

    ~lytha

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  6. This is so cute!!!! I especially like the chestnut with all the white (reminds me of my Ali'i) and the goats. Toooo funny!!!

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  7. I saw this on FB on the phone, but I'm just now getting a chance to comment. Everybody is adorable! I especially love the way the XXL Arabian costume halter sets off Fee's delicate head!

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