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GALLERY: Cute and unusual at Morisset Show

Posted by on 07/06/2019

CREATURES great and small were the centre of attention at Morisset Show yesterday.
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A pet show attracted animals including dogs, ferrets, rabbits, chickens, ducks, guinea pigs and even a few insects.

Pet show co-ordinator Marie Kildey said it included prizes for the cutest, ugliest, smallest and most unusual pets, along with the best trick.

Ashleigh Thompson and Taylah Browne, both of the Central Coast with Trixie the dog and Figit the ferret at the Morisset Show. Picture: Dean Osland

Star Fitzgerald, 5, of Budgewoi, at the Morisset Show. Picture: Dean Osland

Karen Scott. of Martinsville. with her dog Sophie at the Morisset Show. Picture: Dean Osland

Nicole Wilson, of Sydney, with her dog Jamahl, at the Morisset Show. Picture: Dean Osland

Cate Frogley, of Central Coast, with her dog Rose, which won the cutest dog prize at the Morisset Show. Picture: Dean Osland

Brigitte and Gabrielle Simmons, of the Central Coast, with their dogs Poppy and Honey at the Morisset Show. Picture: Dean Osland

Jason Astbury, of Sassafras stud on the Central Coast, at the Morisset Show. Picture: Dean Osland

Kevin Desborough, of Mount Vincent, with his Olive Double Factor Rainbow Lorikeets at the Morisset Show. Picture: Dean Osland

Danielle Slade, of the Central Coast, with Thomas, 4, and his horse Blackie at the Morisset Show. Picture: Dean Osland

Rebecca Taylor, of Cooranbong, with her horse Dottie at the Morisset Show. Picture: Dean Osland

‘‘It brings a smile to everyone’s faces,’’ Ms Kildey said of the show.

She particularly enjoyed seeing children show their dogs doing tricks.

‘‘They put a lot of time into it,’’ she said.

‘‘The event gives them an opportunity to show a crowd what they’ve achieved.’’

Cate Frogley’s chihuahua, named Rose, won the cutest pet contest.

Catherine Frogley said her daughter Cate, aged 11, ‘‘got up early to prepare, and gave Rose a bath and groomed her’’.

Ms Frogley said that Rose was indeed a ‘‘cute, confident little dog’’.

The agricultural show, in its 59th year, recovered from Saturday’s rain to attract a good crowd yesterday.

Other animals on display included horses, cattle, poultry and goats.

‘‘The show had a real country feel of a traditional agricultural show,’’ Ms Kildey said.

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