Cromer’s best loved residents; meet the pets
This adorable boy. Picture: Deb Mountain Lewis
Deb Mountain Lewis
The best-loved residents of Cromer are being celebrated this month, as the nation welcomes National Pet Month.
Poppy enjoys the snow. Picture: Sharon Byrne
So we asked our Enjoy Cromer More members to send us pictures of their furry (or scaley) multi-legged friends, and they responded in force.
From dogs doing a photoshoot to crabs on front seats, Cromer proved that this really is a place where any resident can enjoy themselves.
So take a look through our gallery, and let us know in the comments below which photo made you laugh the most!
Jenna Bedwell has 12 tarantula’s 3 snakes but as not to cause upset, she sent in a picture of her dog Ruby. Picture: Jenna Lucy Bedwell Evie. Picture: Judy Harris The aptly named Munch. Picture: Jonquil Mitchell Janice Mellor's spaniels. Picture: Janice Mellor This dog Harrie loves to walk from Cromer to Overstrand. Picture: Kate Saunders Dottie the muddy pup. Picture: Sara Hubbard Sapphire and Bandit on the beach. Picture: Brad Rosie Damms Snug as a bug. Picture: Hannah Richards Emily's Toby. Picture: Emily Halliday Tracey Khalil's Bryn. Picture: Tracey Khalil Little Lenny. Picture: This labrador has perfected puppy eyes. Picture: Gillian Day Jimmy Davies' whippet gypsy, Beddlington. Picture: Andreas Yiasimi Lauren Finch's bunny. Picture: Lauren Finch Linzi's hamsters past and present: Biscuit, Misty, honey, Flash and Bandit. Picture: Linzi Adams Cooper Flash. Picture: Sharon Jones Jake. Picture: Lucy Cousins That's quite a pack! Picture: Joanne Chapple Best friends Phoebe and Jem. Picture: Linda Barnby Beau. Picture: Debbie Knowles Pinchy in action. Picture: Tristan McLean Titch adopted through Kerry Greyhounds UK. Picture: Pete Cole Doodle was abandoned in Corfu, Greece. Paul Christian rescued him and bought him back to Cromer. Picture: Paul Christian Queeny, Stanley, Wilfie & Charlie. Picture: Jackie Giddings The aptly named Clawdia. Picture: Tristan McLean Molly. Picture: Lucy Cousins A neighbourhood watch dog. Picture: Lesley Osbourne Ray Green's dog Polar Bear. Picture: Ray Green