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Santa Paws 2019 - is your pet the cutest in Suffolk this Christmas?

PUBLISHED: 19:00 09 December 2019 | UPDATED: 10:54 12 December 2019

Bowza and Kaz are ready for Christmas Picture: DON COX

Bowza and Kaz are ready for Christmas Picture: DON COX

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In the run up to Christmas we are asking our readers to send in pictures of their pets dressed up in festive outfits.

Benson and Bo appeared in the Santa Paws 2018 gallery Picture: LISA HUBERTBenson and Bo appeared in the Santa Paws 2018 gallery Picture: LISA HUBERT

Whether it is your dog wearing antlers, or your cat sporting a sparkly Christmas collar, we would love to see your photographs.

And don't forget Santa Paws isn't just about cats and dogs, last year some readers even sent in Christmassy pictures of snakes and millipedes.

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Even Bowza the hero dog of Hadleigh likes getting dressed up for Christmas with his friend Kaz.

Adorable Loki was sporting some cute Christmas antlers in the 2018 Santa Paws gallery Picture: SARAH CLARKEAdorable Loki was sporting some cute Christmas antlers in the 2018 Santa Paws gallery Picture: SARAH CLARKE

If you would like your pet to be included in our Santa Paws gallery for 2019 upload your images here

The gallery will be published a few days before Christmas so make sure you keep your eye on the Ipswich Star and East Anglian Daily Times Facebook page to find out when.

Read more: Presents through the decades - what was the hit Christmas toy when you were young?


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