Turning into Pumpkins: Jack-o’-Lantern Animals
Check out these creative pumpkin carvings of cats, bunnies, and even crocodiles!
Credit: Courtesy of Flickr user Spirit635
Credit: Courtesy of Flickr user Aldon
Credit: Courtesy of Flickr user jps246
Credit: Jeff Moore/Maxppp /Landov
Credit: Courtesy of Flickr user The Taxi
Credit: Charles Sykes/AP
Credit: Eye Ubiquitous/Rex USA
Credit: Courtesy of Flickr user charley-jo-landers
Wait, does this feline know that it’s Halloween and not Christmas? He’s supposed to look fierce, not jolly! Cheers to Flickr user Spirit635 for the photo!
Courtesy of Flickr user Spirit635
Ladies and gentlemen, we present you, the unintended consequence of using a blazing saddle: a flaming horse! This shot comes courtesy of Flickr user Aldon.
Courtesy of Flickr user Aldon
Far out! We think we know where the inspiration for this psychedelic tiger came from: Check out this animated gif.
Courtesy of Flickr user jps246
So your two favorites are bunnies and heavy metal? Make a real statement with a hare-guitar!
Jeff Moore/Maxppp /Landov
A farmer in southern Germany used hundreds of pumpkins to create this reptilian masterpiece. He did an especially nice job on those crowns!
“Purrty gud likeness, no?” writes Twittering feline Boris Kitty, seen here posing with his pumpkin carving. You can make your own Boris jack-o-lantern with a stencil available on the cat’s blog!
No wonder this fish carving looks scared – check out all the creepy goblins behind him!
What do you get when you put your dog’s face on a pumpkin? A Hallo-wiener dog! Check out this and other photos from Flickr user The Taxi.
Courtesy of Flickr user The Taxi
Me-ow! It’s not Halloween without a pumpkin carved as a scary cat. This one wins points for interesting composition and minimalist design!
Is this kitty giving us paw? What a creative way to greet trick-or-treaters!
Eye Ubiquitous/Rex USA
This pumpkin is a bit like staring into a fiery pit, but in a good way. It’s gourd-geous to us! Thanks to Flickr user charley-jo-landers for the photo!
Courtesy of Flickr user charley-jo-landers