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Posted on 01.06.2014 9:30 a.m.

Online Voting Under Way for Rolling Pet Vet’s Crazy Cat Photo Contest

Submissions for Rolling Pet Vet’s Crazy Cat Photo Contest.

Submissions for Rolling Pet Vet’s Crazy Cat Photo Contest.  (Rolling Pet Vet courtesy photos)

Source: Luke Archer for Rolling Pet Vet

Meow, Santa Barbara and Ventura counties!

Rolling Pet Vet’s Crazy Cat Photo Contest is now open for voting by clicking here. Voting opened Jan. 1 and closes at midnight Jan. 31.

“We have some great submissions that are sure to make you smile," contest founder Christine Gardner said. "Please come and take five minutes to vote for the cat photo that you think is the craziest. I know I already have my favorites.”

The Crazy Cat Photo Contest is sponsored by the Montecito Journal, Elanco Pet Products, Cox Media, The Teen Sports Network and the Ventura County Reporter. The winner takes home $500 and has their winning submission painted by pet artist Sophia Papadatos. There are also cash prizes for second and third places.

To vote, click here and login to your Facebook account. Help elect the Santa Barbara and Ventura County 2014 Crazy Cat Photo King!

Rolling Pet Vet delivers 24/7 compassionate veterinary care to your doorstep in a fully equipped, 26-foot mobile veterinary hospital. For more information, click here or call 805.350.1399.

— Luke Archer is a publicist representing Rolling Pet Vet.




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