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Introducing the Hot 20 Pets Competition!

Photo via themarysue.com

No, we don't want to know whether you have the hots for your pet...we want to know what makes your pet–whether it's a dog, cat, lizard, bird, rat, or platypus–hot. We're thinking things like: Did your dog rescue an old lady from a burning building? Can your parrot recite love poems? Can your cat ride a skateboard? Yep, these are the pressing questions that keep us awake at night.

For our latest photo contest, we've partnered with the SF SPCA to find the city's hottest 20 pets, representing all 'hoods and all species. Send us a photo or (Instagram) video via Twitter or Instagram by August 30 showcasing your pet in all its glory, along with your pet's name, your neighborhood, and exactly what makes your pet hot. From there, we'll select our favorite 20 (to be announced on Sept. 3), and have you vote your one favorite to the top. And, as always, we'll have excellent prizes for the winner. Get excited!

How to enter on Instagram

1. Follow @7x7sf on Instagram.

2. Post a picture or Instagram video of your Hot 20-eligible pet. Whether that means showcasing your pet's special talent, supermodel looks, or unstoppable charisma, we want to see how insanely one-of-a-kind your pet is. Get creative! 

3. Include the hashtag #hot20pets with the picture.

How to enter on Twitter

1. Follow @7x7 on Twitter.

2. Tweet a picture or Instagram video of your Hot 20-eligible pet. Whether that means showcasing your pet's special talent, supermodel looks, or unstoppable charisma, we want to see how insanely one-of-a-kind your pet is. Get creative!

3. Include the hashtag #hot20pets with the picture.

You can enter as many times as you'd like until 12 pm, Friday, August 30. On Tuesday September 3, you will be able to vote on the top 20 pictures!

Proudly sponsored by the San Francisco SPCA. Don’t have a pet of your own? We can fix that! See all of our adoptable pups and kitties online at sfspca.org.
 
The San Francisco SPCA is dedicated to protecting animals while serving the community. Established in 1868, the SF SPCA has led the way for San Francisco to become one of the most progressively humane cities in the world. As an independent nonprofit that does not receive funding from the government or any parent organization, we rely solely on donations to support our lifesaving programs and services.