Vote now in the Kitsap County Pet Photo Contest!

Submit photos through Oct. 18; vote for your favorites Oct. 19-24

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Who doesn’t love to show off their pet photos?

Now you can enter yours and get the chance to win some cool prizes!

The Kitsap County Pet Photo Contest, sponsored by the Kitsap Humane Society, is now open for submissions. Upload as many photos as you want in any of the six categories now through Oct. 18.

From Oct. 19 to Oct. 24, come back to vote for your favorites!

There will be one winner from each category, and they will be awarded a prize from our sponsor, Ace Hardware-Bainbridge Island or Keelee’s Kloset!

Click here to vote for your favorite pet photos!

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