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Pet Sitters Ireland are running an animal version of the Rose of Tralee and the contestants are adorable

You can vote for your favourite of the 32 contestants online.

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THERE’S JUST ONE week left until 2018′s Rose of Tralee kicks off. We’re sure there’s plenty of super-fans buzzing with anticipation ahead of the contest. It’s not for everyone, though.

A dog and cat version of the Rose of Tralee, however, appeals to pretty much everyone. Luckily, Pet Sitters Ireland have once again organised their Nose of Tralee competition. They have 32 finalists from each county in Ireland, and it’s going to be very difficult to pick a winner. If you want to vote, you can do so here.

Here are some of the contestants.

Limerick has a fine entry this year, with this adorable sausage dog.

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Sligo’s entry is also fairly handsome.

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Antrim’s long-legged entry could give the other dogs a run for their money.

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Clare’s entry is a bit left field but just as cute as the others.

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Tipperary has put a lovely cat forward this year.

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And Kildare has double the cuteness.

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You can check out all of this year’s contestants right here.

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