Check out the first batch of amazing Readers' Pets for July

Hunts Post Reader Pet photos

This is Betsy. - Credit: CONTRIBUTED

Here are just some of the pet photos we received from Hunts Post readers after our appeal for images. We have almost 200, so it may take us a few weeks to publish them all. We hope you enjoy looking at all the cute pets from across Huntingdonshire.  

This is Furpy (full name Captain Fur Potato) the Pekingnese.

This is Furpy (full name Captain Fur Potato) the Pekingnese. - Credit: CONTRIBUTED

Check out our Hunts Post pet photos for July

This is Jessie. - Credit: CONTRIBUTED

Hunt Post pet photos for July

This is Barney. - Credit: CONTRIBUTED

The first of our Hunts Post pet photos for July.

This is Eric, a 16-month-old Cocker Spaniel. - Credit: CONTRIBUTED

Hunts Post pet photos for July

This is Tia Maria and Pippa - Credit: CONTRIBUTED

Here are the first of our Hunts Post pet photos for July

This is Max and Heidi. - Credit: CONTRIBUTED

First of our Hunts Post pet photos for July

This is Daisy. - Credit: CONTRIBUTED

July's pet photos for The Hunts Post

This is Ernie. - Credit: CONTRIBUTED

Hunts Post readers sent us their pet photos

Here is Murphy. - Credit: CONTRIBUTED

Hunts Post readers send us their pet photos

This is Archie, - Credit: CONTRIBUTED

Check out our first batch of pet photos in the Hunts Post

Here is Hugo. - Credit: CONTRIBUTED

Our theme for Reader Photos of July is pets.

This is Margot - Credit: CONTRIBUTED

Pet photos for the Hunts Post

Here is Bailey. - Credit: CONTRIBUTED










First batch of Hunts Post pet photos for July

Here is Puszek the rabbit. - Credit: CONTRIBUTED




































































































































































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