Fenland Pet of the Year 2008

PUBLISHED: 14:46 10 June 2008 | UPDATED: 08:30 02 June 2010

Just some of the pets. Click the link at the bottom of this page to view the full gallery...

Just some of the pets. Click the link at the bottom of this page to view the full gallery...

THERE S been a massive entry for this year s Fenland Pet of the Year promoted by the Cambs Times and Wisbech Standard. Entries are well up on last year which but now comes the moment of truth for the lucky owner who will win a specially commissioned paint

THERE'S been a massive entry for this year's Fenland Pet of the Year promoted by the Cambs Times and Wisbech Standard.

Entries are well up on last year which but now comes the moment of truth for the lucky owner who will win a specially commissioned painting produced by Anita Davies, whose highly popular column is featured every week in your favourite local paper.

Which pet do you prefer? The winner will be chosen by our readers and the pet who gains the most votes wins - it's as simple and straightforward as that.

To vote for your favourite pet, just dial 0901 307 0098 and then key in the three digit number that appears with each pet in our gallery (follow the link below) e.g. if you wanted to vote for pet 025 you would dial 0901 307 0098 and then use the key pad on your phone to key in 025 after the tone.

It's as simple and easy as that. Calls will cost 50p from a UK landline but do remember that calls made from a mobile phone may be substantially higher.

And remember if you are not the bill payer, please seek permission before making your call.

Lines close on Friday June 27 and the winning pet will be announced in the following week's edition.

However if you can't wait till then please check with our websites- we plan to announce the winner on our website at noon on June 30.

PS: If you prefer to enter by post please obtain a copy of the Wisbech Standard or Cambs Times, week ending June 13, 2008.


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