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We can have only one winner, but there were so many adorable pets this week that we're highlighting our top 10. If you'd like to submit your furry friend for a chance to be featured as Vetstreet's Cute Pet of the Week, share a picture of your pet on our Facebook page!
Paul D Bryant via Facebook
Nikko the Maltese and Lola the Pit Bull Terrier mix seem pretty happy resting outside. Their laid-back attitude captured our attention this week.
This picture of Brix, a Pointer Pit Bull mix, is slightly dark, but we just love his curious expression.
Steve Foremski via Facebook
The smiling little Roxie looks like she's happy to be one of our Cute Pets this week, and she has a lot to be happy about. According to her owner she had her first birthday last week.
Kristi Campbell Coles via Facebook
Bobtailed Max looks cute tucked away in a corner. This smart kitty even knows how to find his own pillows.
Dustin McGuirk via Facebook
From his adorable floppy ears to his red, heart-shaped ID, Oscar looks all-around lovable in this pic.
We nominated the adorable 15-week-old Dane Coles as a Cute Pet of the Week candidate because of his beautiful coat and sweet expression.
Marjorie Kathryn Wallace via Facebook
What a neat photo of best friends Bella and Murphy. These friendly, blue-eyed felines must love the camera.
Linda Myers via Facebook
We can't resist a puppy in a tub. This little guy is named Argus, and we think he's a really good sport.
Cyndy West via Facebook
Coal is a Labrador Retriever. He is a gorgeous dog with a beautiful dark coat. What a cuddly puppy!
And the No. 1 Cute Pet of the Week is... Meeko. Meeko's owner told us the kitty is celebrating her 15th birthday this month, and we must say the fiesty feline has aged very well. She's even been known to move her canine siblings out of the way to get a good sunny spot. Thanks for being our Pet of the Week, Meeko.
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