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No one wants the holidays to be over more than these cats and dogs sporting wooly holiday wear
By Amy Jamieson•@mylomickey
Posted on November 19, 2013 at 6:00am EST
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This is what Angela Adams's pug gets for being nice all year long. When he's naughty, antlers are involved.
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Like Thelma and Louise, Sara Hinze's greyhounds look like they're ready to make a break for it. Yep, we totally can picture these two in a convertible – all that's missing is Brad Pitt.
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She's so full of herself. "Turkey's a little too 'stuffed' for her Christmas sweater, but she's trying to work with it!" says owner Brian Di Nisio.
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The sooner mom gets that cute Facebook photo, the faster it will all be over with. So take a tip from Lianna Gilbert's American eskimo/beagle mix and just pose.
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Angela Sass's toy poodle might actually be more excited about the prospect of getting coal in his stocking than sitting for this shot.
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A hat, too?! Karen Laffere's pooch definitely deserves treats after this pic is taken.
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Those eyes speak volumes. Owner Vicki Slipp believes they're saying, "Please, just take this off me."
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Surrender to the sweater like Lorena Isla's pup, and the next thing you know it's New Year's Eve.
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"The girls just love their Christmas collars!" says owner Sue Tompkins. (And by love, we think she means hate.)
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David Valenzuela's schnauzer stands tall, despite (or because of?) his turtleneck.
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No amount of snow calls for this much sweater. That's why Christina Conner's dog despises the weatherman.
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No jolly, happy souls here. Unless you count the smiling snowman (who, if you remember, melts at the end).
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Karen Sweet knitted her cat a sweater as a prank on one of her family members. Clearly, kitty Edith wasn't in on the joke.
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Will someone please get Sadelle Wiltshire's distinguished Siamese a pipe and fireside chair?