According to the National Retail Federation, 29 million people will dressing up their cat or dog for the holiday this year.
Lincoln the 3-year-old Nubian got to beat out more than a dozen others while breaking the glass ceiling for the first honorary "pet mayor."
Be careful of falling for this plaintive cry, "Oh please, Mom (or Dad)!" Before you buy that bunny, you need to know what you're getting into.
There once was a young man from Shanxi, whose near-breakup left his girl feeling hangry. But when his dumpling source delivered dinner by horse, the lady no longer was cranky.
This handsome guy is one very unusual cat. First of all he has complete heterochromia iridium which is having a different color for each eye.
Apparently even cats have fun at Easter, especially if they are getting just what they really want. Help search for the big bunny this year by reading Splat the Cat: Where's the Easter Bunny?
A very prim and proper British pet parrot named Nigel has been reunited with his owner after disappearing four years ago.
Bunnies are rodentia-non-grata in Australia so with Easter on the way, confectioners down under are offering sweet-toothed Aussies cute chocolate Easter Bilbies instead.
I insist that you call me "Your Majesty." I'm sure that I'm of Royal blood. Just look at me!