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10. LEAF PILES!
The biggest sign of fall is the change in leaves, from green to rich browns, reds and oranges.
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9. BUNDLING UP
Getting wrapped up in a chunky knit sweater – like this cute striped style – feels extra-great on those chilly fall days.
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8. FIRST AND 10
Touchdown! Who says dogs can’t play football? When the big game is on, the snacks are out and the beer is flowing, you know autumn has arrived.
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7. PUMPKIN EATIN'
Nothing says fall like a freshly carved jack-o’-lantern and some toasted pumpkin seeds.
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6. APPLE PICKING
Fall’s harvest brings a delicious crop, including sweet apples for ciders, pies and other warm treats. Mengala the orangutan seems to love his savory snack!
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Alright y’all, who’s up for a road trip? Farms and pumpkin patches around the country are geared up for their popular season – whether spooky or just plain fun. Now grab your leash and go!
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Trick-or-treat! Fall’s most famous holiday? That would have to be Halloween, when kiddies, adults – and pets! – dress up as their favorite characters. More candy, er, bully sticks please!
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3. FUN FESTIVALS
Ok, so maybe this croc isn’t real, but he is made out of delicious squash! Fall harvests and county festivals can’t be topped, especially there’s yummy food and funny sights to see. See more animal-themed jack-o-lanterns here!
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2. COZY DATES
How do you keep warm when you don’t have a sweater? Cuddle up to the ones you love, just like these two baboons! Autumn is the perfect time to bond with furry friends you missed over the summer – or to even “fall” in love. (We had to say it!)
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1. SNUGGIE TIME
Oh, yes, it’s the dog-sized Snuggie. The “blanket with sleeves” may be a butt of some jokes, but let’s be real: The thing is warm! It’s hard to beat a night of good TV (maybe Garfield?) on the sofa while wrapped warmly in one of these.