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Dogs weren't the only animals getting in on the action on election day.
Animals of all shapes and sizes were turning up at polling stations around the country on Thursday.
Rivalling the dogs for numbers were the cats.
Don't you dare forget us cats! 😀 #CatsAtPollingStations #dogsatpollingstations https://t.co/UQOPDXGt65 — Ian (@Ian)
Then there was a horse in Devon.
A cowboy left his trusty horse outside when he popped into the polling station in Devon today. https://t.co/LSdaS1gX79 — Philippe Marlière (@Philippe Marlière)
Plenty of pet rats.
@innocent Hey! Can you give a shout out to #ratsatpollingstations for democratically engaged rodents everywhere ple… https://t.co/PVgeibBL16 — London Ratties (@London Ratties)
Norma the chicken.
Other animals at polling stations not just dogs #dogsatpollingstation I think Norma deserves a mention, don't you?… https://t.co/4uwysnwTsv — Julie Smith (@Julie Smith)
A few guinea pigs.
Even a tortoise.
#dogsatpollingstations 🐢 https://t.co/c7or27eT8k — charlie (@charlie)
Perhaps strangest of all was James Thomas on Twitter who built a polling station for his rabbits.
Today, the nation decides. Will it be a coalition of chaos? #RabbitsAtPollingStations #Vote2017 https://t.co/NXX9s25pOO — James Thomas (@James Thomas)
Bravo everyone but next time we want to see at least one iguana and a snake.
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