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Iams Holiday Pet Contest: Animals Sing "12 Days of Christmas (Video)

Iams Holiday Pet Contest: Animals Sing "12 Days of Christmas (Video)  via Babble

Quite possibly the cutest holiday video around

With only days before Thanksgiving, it certainly is beginning to look a lot like Christmas. So there is no better fun than watching some animals serenade us into the holiday.

You might recall that last year, Iams put out an adorable video called Animals Sing “12 Days of Christmas.” In it, cats dogs, birds, bunnies, and other animals lip-synched the song in the form of a video montage composed of snippets submitted from pet owners. Hats off to the video editors because they included a lot of pets and the timing/voices/movements were impeccable.

This year, Iams has teamed up with the YouTube sensation The Talking Animals Channel in an effort to do it all again. For every video submitted, Iams will donate one meal to an animal shelter. You can check out their video called Make Your Pet a Star this Holiday that explains the contest and then provides some useful tips, such as make your pet look festive and move their mouth, if possible.

Videos can be submitted until midnight on November 19, 2012. Click here to enter the contest, and then watch last year’s adorable video montage below.

Image: YouTube

 

Follow Danielle on Twitter and Facebook and Pinterest (where she maintains an ‘Adorable Pups’ board), or find her at her blog, Just Write Mom and Babble’s Strollerderby.

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