The 'Friends' star celebrated National Dress Up Your Pet Day by having some fun with her pooches Lily and Bear
Courteney Cox is having some fun with her pet pooches!
To celebrate National Dress Up Your Pet Day on Sunday, the actress kitted out her dogs Lily and Bear in fancy dress costumes and shared the hilarious results on Instagram.
Poking fun at her one pooch looking highly unimpressed by their get-up, Cox captioned the video, “They love this holiday!”
In the clip, Cox zoomed in on her one dog’s deadpan reaction as Simon & Garfunkel’s track “The Sound of Silence” played over the top.
The Friends star dressed up her furry friends as elderly citizens, with one sporting a curly gray wig, pink glasses, pearls, a cardigan, skirt and a handbag. The other’s costume consisted of a flat cap, black glasses, a bow tie, a mustard yellow sweater vest, plaid pants and a walking stick.
Cox’s 14.9 million Instagram followers couldn’t help but point out how the dogs being dressed up related to her Friends character Monica Geller.
“Wait!! Wasn’t this Monica’s biggest pet peeves….animals dressed up as humans?!!😂,” wrote one in the comments section, while a second added, “Monica's biggest pet peeve is animals dressed as humans 😂😂 I love it.”
The Cougar Town star often gets her pooches involved in her social media content and shares videos of them on her Instagram and TikTok accounts.
Last year, she recruited Lily and Bear to make a music video to Lizzy McAlpine’s song “ceilings” on TikTok.
The funny compilation video featured slow-motion clips of her dogs looking candidly into the distance and out of windows, running towards one another in her backyard and cozied up by a fire.
“I got bored and decided to make my dogs a music video,” she wrote over the top of the video.
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She also captioned the TikTok, “Too far!” in regards to its ending, which saw the two pooches appearing to get a little overly friendly with one another.
“Stop! That’s too much!” Cox told Lily and Bear in the video.
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