Occasionally going by the name of All Hallows' Eve, Halloween is one of the most celebrated yearly occasions in Western countries. Having its roots as a Western Christian celebration and feast, Halloween was originally intended as a commemoration of those who have passed on. Modern celebrations can vary widely, but festivities have more so turned into a way of having spooky fun over the decades. With trick-or-treating being the most common thing for kids to do on Halloween night, always remember to practice good safety by wearing reflective clothing and inspecting all candy before it is eaten.
With October 31st being just a couple of weeks away, everyone is starting to get into the festive spirit. Even pets aren't excluded from joining in on the fun.