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Just in time for the holiday season! Here are some pictures of animals all dressed up in their best holiday sweater attire. Without a doubt, this is probably the cutest thing you will ever come across. You're welcome- in advance.
Winter is just around the corner and I know you started to think about all those thick clothes that keep you warm. And just like us, need to stay warm as well. And what better clothes for animals to wear to be prepared for the cold season than a warm sweater.
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Jan 14, 2012 - Try on one of these cute animal sweaters for winter
Winter is right around the corner. The best way to cope with cold winter days is to find clothes that help you keep warm! These tiny animals know this for a fact and prepared themselves for cold winter days with tiniest sweaters!!Buuuut, . If you can afford that (we’re jealous!), you need to click purchase now, pair those adorable nautical stripes with some white skinny jeans this spring and never, ever look back. But if a month’s rent is a wee bit too much for you to drop on a top, we get it. Below are 15 other on-point animal sweaters in a variety of prices that should satisfy all budgets (and tastes!) out there. If you’re a giraffe-lover, for instance, . If you’re more of a prepster, we recommend or . If you’re just a gal who wants to be seen, is the only way to go. in Watkins Glen, N.Y., the animals get wrapped in sweaters and jackets.Coston said. "We have almost all of our elderly goats in coats.")Coston explained that turkeys have also been outfitted for outerwear. "We had a group of turkeys who came in with feather issues and needed coats so our amazing caregiver, Abbie Rogers, measured them and designed polar fleece jackets for everyone.") It isn’t often that zookeepers call on craftspeople for help. But cold weather at the Wildlife SOS Elephant Conservation and Care Center in northern India was putting elephants at risk. So the center’s staff joined forces with locals to find a creative way to keep the animals warm. Now the elephants are stepping out in style, thanks to volunteers who harnessed their crafting talents to knit enormous sweaters to protect the animals.