Cameron Simcik is a graduate of Bucknell University. She has written for Her Campus and is currently the Philadelphia Travel City Editor for The Daily Meal and a contributing writer for TheFW and GuySpeed.
If there's anything cuter than a poodle, it's a poodle in a sweater. Come on, you can't tell us a Pokemon pug isn't totally adorable or a Santa puppy fails to pull on your animal-loving heartstrings. That being said, things are kept fairly tame on our end when it comes to dressing up our dogs, because we don't want to embarrass them too much.
Pugs are some of the funniest pups around. For starters, they have a knack for eating peanut butter and dressing up like Avengers. The bulging eyes, heavy breathing, tongue hanging out-- they can't help but look hilariously adorable no matter what the situation.
There are lots of awkward things in life. Take sneezing, for example. It's one of those things we just can't control, and there are zero ways to do so casually. It usually goes like this: you go for the huge "aaaa-CHOO," lots of nasty stuff comes out of your nose and you're left scrambling for a tissue while people look at you in disgust. It's just wrong. But did you know there's one great part to this involuntary action? The sneeze face.
We recently presented you with quite possibly the most adorable group of pictures, ever. They were miniature, furry nuggets of cuteness that would be extremely difficult to top in the miniature, furry nuggets of cuteness category-- tiny dogs. Could it get any better?! Answer: y-e-s. America, we'd like to share with you our latest discovery-- tiny cats.
One of the best things about our pets (and animals in general) is that they have zero insight as to how cute and hilarious they actually are. They're adorably compliant too, like when we feel like dressing up cats in couture clothes or puppies in 'Star Wars' costumes. It's just what embarrassing pet owners do. If you're a fellow fan of said shenanigans, we have some fantastic news-- doggy eyebrows are now a thing.
If you know anything about us here at TheFW, it's that we love any sort of furball, particularly those of the adorable variety. Tiny dogs, piglets in people clothes, you name it-- we're fans. There are also times when we sort of feel bad for our fellow animals. This is especially true when unfortunate haircuts are involved.
Babies can pull off the funniest stuff and still make it look ridiculously cute. Take the 'Evil Baby' meme, for example. How is the munchkin so mean yet so adorable?! It's a little annoying, because there's no way we could get away with those sorts of shenanigans. They can party well into the night, go a little too hard and still-- C-U-T-E!
Movember might be long over, but that doesn't mean we're still not mustache fans. We're actually dedicated, year-round fans of the crumb catchers, so it's always exciting to discover another 'stache trend on the Web.
The holidays might be winding down, but that doesn't mean we can put our feet up and slip into a post-festivities food coma just yet. T-minus three days until New Year's Eve, and you know what that means-- it's time to get your party on!
Yes, it's true we're borderline obsessed with dressing up our dogs (and any other animal for that matter), from the hilarious for Halloween to festive garb for Christmastime. But can you blame us? Pets are, like, 10,000 times cuter when clothing is involved.
While we're usually to blame for starting up said shenanigans, recently we've seen something strange happening-- animals are beginning to get in on the action all by themselves (or so we say). The latest ones to do this? Dapper dogs.
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