364 days of the year, this would be called e.x.t.o.r.t.i.o.n. or h.o.m.e i.n.v.a.s.i.o.n or something like that. On Halloween, it's called Trick or Treat. Isn't that genius?
I wonder if I could scare some humans into giving ME treats too. I'm going to try because you know I'll do anything for a bit more food.
I don't have any money to buy a cute little devil outfit because my stay-at-home human has already spent all our weekly allowance on a massage. And, as we all know, she has no sewing skills. This is just as well because I really don't feel like being a 4-legged pumpkin.
So this is what I've decided to do.
I'm going to show you some truly horrifying pictures of me and my friends and hope that they scare you so much, you'll send me some treats in return. [Not the fattening type please, I'm on a diet.]
This is Chaba in a hairy anteater costume. I can already hear you pooh-poohing that THAT isn't the least bit scary. But then, I'm guessing you're not an ant. An ant would DEFINITELY find Chaba deathly scary.
Here is a picture of Sammy. Sammy doesn't need a costume. She's naturally very frightening and there's nothing more to say.
The other picture, which I guarantee is even scarier, is HERE.
Looking at these pictures, I can almost understand why so many humans panic and scream when they see me coming.
Of course, every scary story has an innocent bystander or 2. Unfortunately for Mr Thumper, he will have to be the innocent bystander in this one and will shortly and i.n.v.a.r.i.a.b.l.y be killed off simply because he's in the way.
Those are MY scariest pictures. I hope you liked them.
"WHO would be silly enough to pay 25 dollars for a pumpkin...?!" she screamed in fright when she saw these at Woollies, "...when they could be spending it on a flourless chocolate cake soaked in grand marnier instead?"