2017 05 31 Comedy PET Photography Awards 2017

The Competition

Comedy PET Photography Awards 2017

COMEDY PET LOGO for E"We want to see all your funny pet pictures; cats doing mad things, odd horses or perhaps your python eating your hamster (no sorry that wouldn't be funny…) The judges are looking for excellent quality photographs, photographed with creativity, fun and photographic excellence.

"We enjoy animals doing funny things, but please note, most importantly we love animals. So we are really strict about any bad animal treatment, so, we wont accept any images of any pets wearing clothes, or using props which aren’t naturally in their lives. Eg no dogs wearing caps and sunglasses, not good. Nope, so find that amazing photo you know you have and enter it. Who knows, you could become the INAUGURAL COMEDY PET PHOTOGRAPHER and win an awesome trophy, a spectacular cash prize as well as the kudos of being an award winning photographer.

"We love our pets. All of us involved in this competition are totally in love with our animals. With this in mind we are really keen that when we enjoy loads of wonderful funny pet photos, we also use this superb opportunity to encourage us all to be better ‘owners’ if you can call us that, ‘parents’ perhaps, to the creatures in our care."

For further information please visit the competition website.

Prizes include £2000 for the overall winner "AND an incredible and unique TROPHY handmade by disabled men and women in Tanzania by the Wonder Workshop. As the Overall Winner you will also take home with you an AMAZING Urban Approach 5 camera bag from the amazing THINK TANK people."

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