Announcing: The Howl-O-Ween, Meowl-O-Ween & Every Pet In-Bat-Ween Pet Costume Contest

Northern, RI – Calling all devilish pet dogs, ghoulish gerbils, cursed cats and horrific hamsters: NRI NOW needs to see your Halloween finest.

Welcome to the Howl-O-Ween, Meowl-O-Ween & Every single Pet In-Bat-Ween Pet Costume Contest, wherever audience submit images of their animals to contend for a possibility to get prizes – all when raising funds for a regional animal shelter.

Does your pet have what it can take to win? To enter and make your pet a star, just e-mail us a picture of your parakeet, puppy, iguana, cat, turtle, bunny or sugar glider dressed in costume with the title of the just one of our a few place shelters – in Burrillville, North Smithfield or Glocester – that you hope will profit, and we’ll give you guidance on how to pay the $3 entry charge. All cash lifted by submissions will be donated to the shelter most mentioned.

Pet photos will be published on NRI NOW in an ongoing collection managing by way of Halloween, with readers to vote on their favorites, and 1st, 2nd and 3rd place prizes will be awarded.

We’ve released a special page devoted to the competition at https://nrinow.news/pet-costume-contest/ which can be accessed any time by way of the “Pet Contest” tab previously mentioned – or from the menu accessed by way of the three tiny bars at leading remaining for mobile users. Check out the site anytime to see the most current photographs and vote for your favorites.

And really don’t ignore to support the distinctive advertisers who aided to make it all achievable!

To enter, post a photo of your pet sporting a top hat, mask, eyeglasses, devil ears – or whatever innovative costume you can obtain or make – to [email protected] Pets and their owners should reside in Burrillville, North Smithfield or Glocester, and all entries will have to be acquired – alongside with the $3 shelter donation – by 5 p.m. on Friday, Oct. 16.

Winners will be introduced in an report on on Wednesday, Oct. 29, together with the title of the shelter to gain from the entry charges.

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