Do you have the travel industry’s coolest pet? Then we want YOU!

Do you have the travel industry’s coolest pet? Then we want YOU!

Ever wanted your name in lights? Do you have a pet that makes the famed ‘Grumpy Cat’ look like an animal version of a washed up D-lister? Then Travel Weekly wants you for its upcoming photo feature, which shines a light on industry identities and their beloved pets.

Just one catch though, we’ve done our dash with dogs – so if your pet’s a canine, sorry, that train has left the station. But, if you’ve got a camera-friendly cat, playful python, gregarious gerbil, pestilent parrot, or frisky ferret, then you’re just the person we’re looking for.

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For this feature all that’s needed is for the subject and pet to take part in a short 20 minute photo shoot and to tell us a bit of backstory about your beloved pet. Travel Weekly’s ace photographer will come to you (assuming you’re based in Sydney, that is) – and that’s it.

So don’t delay, get in touch with richie@themisfits.media and give your pet the 15 minutes of fame it so richly deserves!

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