Enter your pet in our photo contest for a chance to win a prize!

THINK YOUR PET has what it takes to be dubbed “cutest of them all” in the second annual Peninsula Daily News’ Paws and Claws Cutest Pet Photo Contest?

Then let your furry friend face off with other pretty pets and, maybe, win some cool prizes.

Whether your pet has fur, feathers or scales, we want to see them!

Get your kitty to sit pretty, your bird to spread its wings or your dog to grin from ear to ear — then be ready with a camera and your computer.

Entering is easy.

Pet owners simply need to register, then post their pet’s photo on the PDN website by 4 p.m. Monday, June 25.

All entries must be made at www.peninsuladailynews.com — visit the home page, then click on the “Paws and Claws” box at the middle right side of the page and follow the instructions.

It’s free to enter and free to vote.

The voting period runs from 4 p.m. Monday, June 25 until midnight on Sunday July 8.

Three prizes — a $50 cash prize for first place, a pet wellness exam valued at $50 from Chimacum Valley Veterinary Hospital and Pet Townsend Veterinary Clinic and a big bag of pet dental goods valued at $50 from Blue Mountain Animal Clinic for second place, and a $25 gift certificate to Hadlock Building Supply for third place — await the top three vote getters.

Other contest sponsors are Peninsula Friends of Animals, Welfare for Animals Guild (WAG) and Sound Community Bank.

To see the entries so far, visit www.peninsuladailynews.com, click on the “Paws and Claws” box, then “View Entries.”

Questions or problems posting your pet’s photo?

Phone Sue Stoneman at 360-417-3555 (there’s voice mail 24/7) or e-mail her at [email protected]

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