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Top 5 Holiday Movies… Starring Cats & Dogs!

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17 December 2015

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The holidays are the perfect time to snuggle up with your buddy and enjoy a movie or two while sipping on some eggnog. We’ve picked a few starring cats and dogs that will help you get into the holiday spirit!

  1. Grumpy Cat’s Worst Christmas Ever. Very little explanation is required – Aubrey Plaza as the voice of grumpy cat, Russell Peters as Santa, and what is possibly, in Grumpy Cat’s words, the “Worst. Christmas. Ever.”
  2. The Nightmare Before Christmas. An iconic stop-motion animation piece that made Tim Burton a household name, this twist on a holiday film tells the story of Jack Skellington and his canine buddy, Zero, and their quest to become the new Santa Claus.
  3. The Nine Lives of Christmas. Based on the book of the same title by Sheila Roberts, this romantic comedy is perfect for those looking for a familiar, feel-good movie made even better by the addition of a feline cast member.
  4. How the Grinch Stole Christmas. A Dr. Seuss story that’s perfect for the whole family! Watch the cold-hearted Grinch and his loyal dog Max try and steal Christmas from the Whos, and in the process, learn the real meaning of Christmas instead.
  5. Lady and the Tramp. This Disney classic ends and begins on Christmas. A lovable stray meets an uptown Cocker Spaniel and shenanigans ensue – a series of adventures that will warm even the coldest of hearts every holiday season.

If we missed your favorite holiday film, be sure to share them with us in the comments below!