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Animals and pumpkins

The ultimate combo

If you're frittering around looking for an excuse not to work this Wednesday morning, fret not.

These pumpkin-loving pigs, dogs, giraffes and more provide the perfect pretext for a mindless bit of procrastination - and are all the proof you need that animals dig Halloween just as much as we do (apart from the Marmoset at Chessington World of Adventures Resort in Surrey, who is well and truly terrified).

Picture credit: Chessington Resort and Rex Features

OMG, somebody HELP me! It's the ghost of Marmosets Past...

Yah darling, this is the very latest is mutt millinery (Philip Treacy, eat your heart out)

Pig 1: I'm feeling just a little bit claustrophobic in here - Wilbur, can you shove up a bit?

Pig 2: I can't feel my legs

Pig 3: GET ME OUT OF HERE

Pig 4: Settle down kids and smile for the cameras... it's all showbusiness

Move on fellas - nothing to see here. I'm just escaping those frickin' Compare ads

WOAH... this is, like, soooo psychedelic...

See this tongue? Yup, it's longer than your smile, pumpkin. So you can just wipe that grin off your face

Tags: animals, cute

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