Halloween may be over, but that doesn’t mean the fun has to end! At GreaterGood, we consider our pets as part of the family, and that means they get to participate in whatever holiday fun we have. I asked the company to share their favorite Halloween pictures of their furry friends, and boy did they come through! From penguins to Pistons, this list is full of Halloween goodness! Make sure you click through to the end so that you can see the most adorable basketball player there ever was, in my extremely biased opinion!
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First up is Jazzi! Jazzi is the youngest of her family, and lives with Nikki, the Editor-in-Chief at GreaterGood. Jazzi was rescued from the backyard when she was a severely malnourished, half-grown kitten. She looks like a Halloween cat, but she’s a leaner – the kind of cat that leans into you when you pick her up and doesn’t ever want you to put her down! How cute is she posing with a pumpkin in this picture?
Next we meet Spencer, a 15 week old black lab who enjoys chasing the broom and tummy rubs. Spencer belongs to Rachael, the Regional Social Team Lead, but only temporarily. He’s actually going to school to be a leader dog and has already made SO much progress! Everyone is so proud of this little helper! He’s currently attempting to befriend his big sister, Mandy, a 15 year old Wheaten Terrier, who is slowly warming up to the idea. In this picture, Spencer is bobbing for apples with a fellow leader dog in training. How adorable!
This is Jazz, a 12 year old cat who is being catsat by her “sister” Amanda, the SEM Manager at GreaterGood, while her newly retired parents travel the world. Jazz is a sweet senior citizen who loves to purr loudly, lay on her back to invite belly rubs, and “make biscuits” on Amanda’s belly (knead her with her paws) while she is sleeping. This year, Jazz celebrated Halloween by helping to pass out candy…begrudingly. Check her out!
These next two are double the cuteness, and double the fun…
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