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    10 Animals Who Are Already So Over Christmas

    NewsWednesday 26 November 2014
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    It's nearly December and Christmas is nigh! And it's hard to forget with Christmas music, decorations etc appearing earlier and earlier each year. Here's 10 pets who have just had enough and are totally over Christmas already... 

     

     

    This Little French Bulldog, Who Thinks You've Gone Too Far This Time

     

    This Cat, Who Is Just Not Feeling This Christmas Family Portrait

     

    These Three Wise Dobermen, Who Feel Cheated By The Allocated Budget For Their Costumes This Year

     

     

    This Bunny, Who Is Not Happy With You At All...

     

    This Kitty, Who Does Not Share His Canine Couterpart's Enthusiasm for The Festive Season

     

    This Pup, Who Is Totally Not Cool With a Big, Red, Bearded Home Invader Stealing His Cookies and Milk

     

    This Little Fella, Who Is Still Struggling To Shake Off Last Year's Christmas Weight

     

    This Beagle, Who Is Plotting A Revenge-Poop In Your Shoes Later

     

    This Cat Who, Quite Frankly, Expected Better Of You Human...

     

    Don't Worry Though, I'm Sure They'll Get Into The Festive Spirit Soon!

     

    If you'd like a new best friend check out our available puppiescats and reptiles. Don't forget to head down to your local shelter as well!

     

     

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