Pets decked out for the festive season

The Abbotsford News asked readers to submit their holiday pet photos

Millie and Dot are all decked out for Christmas.

Click fullscreen button in bottom right of viewer to see captions.

The Abbotsford News recently asked readers to submit photos of their pets celebrating the festive season.

A few were selected to be published in our Christmas Eve edition, but the rest were too good not to share.

Even if you don’t have pets of your own, we hope they at least bring a smile to your face.

Enjoy!

The photos can be viewed in larger format by clicking on the full-screen box at the bottom right of the photos and then viewing captions under the “show info” option on the top right. They can also be viewed on the Abbotsford News Flickr page.

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