Pets

27 Canadian pets who wore incredibly cute Halloween costumes this year

Cats as condiments, dogs as donuts, pigs in pearls and more standout outfits you need to see.

Cats as condiments, dogs as donuts, pigs in pearls and more standout outfits you need to see

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We're very excited to bring you our third annual list of Canadian pets sporting adorable Halloween costumes. (Find our previous editions here and here.) This Halloweekend brought out many furry friends dressed in sweet, not-so-spooky outfits you simply need to see. So without further ado, here are our favourite All Hallow's Eve looks from animals on Insta this year:

Morris and Bogart went as the cutest condiments.

Esther the wonder pig donned a wonderful wig — and some pearls.

Cuki sported a ghoulish getup. 

Bear, Momo and Kanao dressed as fast-food faves.

Some carefully placed pom poms helped Piper achieve a cereal bowl ensemble. 

We spotted Reggie in maybe the most Canadian costume. 

Luna went as the sweetest sushi we've ever seen. 

Seven suited up in a sophisticated count costume. 

Dexter dressed as the sweetest little sorcerer. 

Magical, Milo! This hairy guy went as Harry Potter himself. 

Prada and Player channeled Stephen King characters for their spooky ensembles. 

Howdy, Freddi! We really like your cow-"cat" costume. 

Dexter found inspo in Forrest Gump this year.

All Sunny needed was a tag to transform into this TY beanie babie. 

Bao and Hoppy were super cute superheroes. 

Hip hip hooray for Mocha's cheerleader costume!

This doggie duo named Milo and Sachi donned barista and puppuccino outfits. 

We can practically hear PiXel roar in this loveable lion look.

Duke channeled a lion look too with his marvellous mane.

Tomoko transformed into an adorable little candy corn with the help of a crocheted hat. 

And Tamago dressed up in a very 2021 costume — a Squid Game suit. 


Brittany Toole is an associate producer at CBC Life.

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