08:01AM, Thursday 12 June 2014
It is time to choose your favourite.
Here they all are - the 88 entries in the Advertiser’s search for the 2014 Top Pet.
We have been inundated with pictures of dogs, cats and rabbits, plus a few unusual pets too.
It proves beyond all doubt that Advertiser readers love their pets. So now it's over to readers to pick the pet they think is the best.
It might be the cutest, the most unusual or the funniest picture that takes your fancy. Whatever the reason, please spend a few minutes perusing our gallery of perfect pets and then vote for your favourite using the form provided in today's Advertiser.
You can vote as many times as you like providing you use an original form each time. The owner of the winning pet will receive £50 worth of pet food from Maidenhead Petcare and a pet portrait session worth £299 which includes a 40cmx40cm fine art multiple image frame and four images of your choice from Karen Gray photography. The runner-up prize is £25 of pet food from Petcare.
Maidenhead Pet Care, at 20 Cannon Court Road, caters for pets including dogs, cats, small mammals, birds (including poultry) and fish.
The store can also order in food for the more unusual species - including live food - and can usually order in any type of food that they do not have in stock.
Karen Gray Photography was established in 2010 and moved to Twyford in August 2012. Karen is a professional family, newborn and award-winning pet photographer who also specialises in photo-journalism-style wedding images. She is a fully qualified member of The Guild of Photographers, Licentiate of the Society of Wedding and Portrait Photographers and qualified with the National Photographic Society.
Vote for your favourite pet using the form provided in today or last Thursday's Advertiser.
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