Animals get in on the Howl-O-Ween action at ninth annual Bark Block Party

Playful pooches and furry felines – dressed in their spookiest and kookiest – strutted their stuff for Sean Casey Animal Rescue’s Ninth Annual Howl-O-Ween Bark Block Party last weekend and boy was it flufftastic.

East Third Street between Fort Hamilton Parkway and Caton Avenue in Windsor Terrace was closed off for the day on Sunday, October 23 and taken over by costumed, kids, animals and their parents.

Along with scheduled activities like a pet costume parade, kid costume contest and parade, a pet talent contest and a puppy love kissing booth, many dogs, cats, reptiles, birds and other animals were available for adoption at the event – helping the non-profit, no-kill shelter founded by Sean Casey in 1998 raise awareness for homeless pets and the facilities that help place them in loving homes.

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