These cosplaying puppies are the cutest thing you’ll see today

Cosplaying is so ubiquitous these days, even dogs are doing it. 

Dior and Obi-Wan are Maltese brothers and the stars of the Instagram account the_doggie_days. You can spot these tiny, white furballs rocking designer clothing and living their best lives as cosplay kings on TikTok. Yes, get you a dog — or two — that can do both.

The pair’s owner Gauri Sikka loves to travel with the dogs. They’ve sported their showstopping ensembles by luxe dog designers like Eye of Dog and Max Bone in Italy, Spain, France and Austria. But it’s really Dior and Obi-Wan’s costumes that will win you over.

“Imagine if your mailman looked like that,” Sikka wrote in a TikTok caption

Dior and Obi-Wan are each dressed as a delivery guy. One is sporting the classic chocolate brown UPS uniform while the other is dressed like a USPS postal worker. The costumes’ shirts come complete with tiny arms that are holding a small, cardboard packages. 

But for Sikka’s most popular TikTok, things get a bit scary. One of the canines is dressed in a horror costume that resembles the evil doll Chucky from “Child’s Play.” With a red wig, striped shirt and two arms — one holding a knife — the small dog is big scary. As the Maltese struts down the street, the fake arms swing back and forth to imitate the gait of a rather intimidating, knife-wielding human. 

Knowing it’s a harmless little pup just maximizes the adorableness. The video racked up 22.8 million views, winning the hearts of TikTok users.

“I didn’t expect to see such a cutie! “one user said

“Cutest Chucky ever!” someone commented.

“It looks like he’s actually holding the knife when he’s running,” another added

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