April 8, 2012 12:00 AM
“The parade is Halloween for the head in a way, and it’s a New York tradition. It shows you just how many creative and talented people are here in New York City, and I never miss it,” Upper West Side resident Ken Petti told CBS 2′s Mark Morgan.
“This is the biggest hat day in the world,” said Harriet Rosebud of Harlem.
WCBS 880′s Monica Miller was also at the parade:
Not only was the event a chance to flaunt your most outrageous hat, but also a time to dress up your pet as well.
Anthony Rubio and his two 8-month-old chiuahuas were stopping people in their tracks in front of St. Patrick’s Cathedral. The New Yorker said holidays like this are their time to shine.
“I do designs for dogs and these were done from scratch with little embellishments of stones and eggs and chicks and whatever I could find. I figured if I had to wear a silly hat, guess who was going to wear them too?” he told Miller "
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