“Party Animals” On Parade In Pet Masquerade

(Photo by Rob O'Neal/Florida Keys News Bureau)
Pet Masquerade 1
Animal antics took center stage in Key West Wednesday evening during the annual Pet Masquerade, a wacky costume competition for barking and meowing revelers and their human companions. The showcase of “animal magnetism” was a highlight of Key West’s 10-day Fantasy Fest costuming and masking festival, themed "Super Heroes, Villains… & Beyond," that continues through Sunday. (Photo by Rob O'Neal/Florida Keys News Bureau)
(Photo by Rob O'Neal/Florida Keys News Bureau)
(Photo by Rob O'Neal/Florida Keys News Bureau)
Pet Masquerade 2
Animal antics took center stage in Key West Wednesday evening during the annual Pet Masquerade, a wacky costume competition for barking and meowing revelers and their human companions. The showcase of “animal magnetism” was a highlight of Key West’s 10-day Fantasy Fest costuming and masking festival, themed "Super Heroes, Villains… & Beyond," that continues through Sunday. (Photo by Rob O'Neal/Florida Keys News Bureau)
(Photo by Rob O'Neal/Florida Keys News Bureau)
(Photo by Rob O'Neal/Florida Keys News Bureau)
Pet Masquerade 3
Animal antics took center stage in Key West Wednesday evening during the annual Pet Masquerade, a wacky costume competition for barking and meowing revelers and their human companions. The showcase of “animal magnetism” was a highlight of Key West’s 10-day Fantasy Fest costuming and masking festival, themed "Super Heroes, Villains… & Beyond," that continues through Sunday. (Photo by Rob O'Neal/Florida Keys News Bureau)
(Photo by Rob O'Neal/Florida Keys News Bureau)
(Photo by Rob O'Neal/Florida Keys News Bureau)
Pet Masquerade 4
Animal antics took center stage in Key West Wednesday evening during the annual Pet Masquerade, a wacky costume competition for barking and meowing revelers and their human companions. The showcase of “animal magnetism” was a highlight of Key West’s 10-day Fantasy Fest costuming and masking festival, themed "Super Heroes, Villains… & Beyond," that continues through Sunday. (Photo by Rob O'Neal/Florida Keys News Bureau)
(Photo by Rob O'Neal/Florida Keys News Bureau)
(Photo by Rob O'Neal/Florida Keys News Bureau)
Pet Masquerade 5
Animal antics took center stage in Key West Wednesday evening during the annual Pet Masquerade, a wacky costume competition for barking and meowing revelers and their human companions. The showcase of “animal magnetism” was a highlight of Key West’s 10-day Fantasy Fest costuming and masking festival, themed "Super Heroes, Villains… & Beyond," that continues through Sunday. (Photo by Rob O'Neal/Florida Keys News Bureau)
(Photo by Rob O'Neal/Florida Keys News Bureau)
(Photo by Rob O'Neal/Florida Keys News Bureau)
Pet Masquerade 6
Anthony Bishop struts his Great Dane Spencer on the stage Wednesday, Oct. 23, 2013, at the Fantasy Fest Pet Masquerade in Key West, Fla. Bishop and his dog won second place in the pet/owner look-alike category. The contest was one of more than 40 costuming and masking events that comprises the 10-day Fantasy Fest celebration that continues through Sunday, Oct. 27. (Rob O'Neal/Florida Keys News Bureau/HO)
(Photo by Rob O'Neal/Florida Keys News Bureau)
(Photo by Rob O'Neal/Florida Keys News Bureau)
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In this Wednesday, Oct. 23, 2013, photo provided by the Florida Keys News Bureau, Conan, a 12-year-old Pomeranian, is photographed at the Fantasy Fest Pet Masquerade in Key West, Fla. Owner Caroline Loessin titled her canine's entry in the Most Exotic category as "Pomeranian with a Facelift." The contest was one of more than 40 costuming and masking events in the 10-day Fantasy Fest celebration that continues in Key West through Sunday, Oct. 27. (Florida Keys News Bureau/ Rob O'Neal)
(Photo by Rob O'Neal/Florida Keys News Bureau)
(Photo by Rob O'Neal/Florida Keys News Bureau)
Pet Masquerade 8
In this Wednesday, Oct. 23, 2013, photo provided by the Florida Keys News Bureau, Dr. Anesa Ahamad, left, displays her "vampire cat" Pixel with Andrew Balthazar, right, at the Fantasy Fest Pet Masquerade in Key West, Fla. Ahamad, an oncologist who trained Pixel to comfort cancer patients, themed the entry "Cancer Sucks" to make a statement against the disease. The contest was a highlight of Key West's 10-day Fantasy Fest celebration that continues through Sunday, Oct. 27. (Florida Keys News Bureau/Rob O'Neal)
(Photo by Rob O'Neal/Florida Keys News Bureau)
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