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TomboyX Pets: Photos of Your Furry Friends

TomboyX Pets: Photos of Your Furry Friends

. Brooklyn Benjestorf

While it may be the last day to enter our #TomboyXpets contest on Instagram, our dog and cat prints are here until the very last pair is claimed. Whether you’re wearing a bralette or your favorite boxer briefs, we love seeing your photos of your pets. We rounded up some of our favorite customer pics from Instagram that feature special guest appearances of the pet variety. 

@lizzparty

via @lizzparty

@princessdeb14

via @princessdeb14

@renaeravey

via @renaeravey

@chubbystruggles

via @chubbystruggles

@turtlelovesbeauty

via @turtlelovesbeauty

@theotherruby

via @theotherruby

@trixandthecity

via @trixandthecity

@thefrenchiegaston

via @thefrenchiegaston

@round_the_way_gal

via @round_the_way_gal

@a.anamarcondes

via @a.anamarcondes

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There's still time to submit your #TomboyXpets pic for a chance to win a set of our Dogs Days or Catnap prints, $100 worth of toys and treats from Chewy, and a month's worth of raw pet food from either the Farmer's Dog or Smalls for Cats. Our contest ends tonight, Sunday, October 28 at 11:59PM.


Brooklyn Benjestorf

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