Posted by sean on March 1, 2019 at 11:29 pm in Rabbits, Roman with No Comments

Thank you to anyone who voted for Roman on the vet competition, which I blogged about yesterday.

If you didn’t, there’s still time – unless you’re reading in the year 2034 – in which case, I’m very old (51 years of age), Roman will sadly be gone and the competition will be closed.

In fact, the compo will close at some point tomorrow – Saturday 2nd March 2019 – so chances are you’ve missed it!

Claire and I have been busy today, rallying on blogs, social media and WhatsApp, annoying all our friends and family (plus their friends and family), asking for votes (Facebook likes) on behalf of Roman.

So far, Roman has 36 votes. His nearest competition – a dog – has 26. The other pets who have entered include more dogs and rabbits, plus cats, rats and interestingly, a hedgehog. These contestants only have a few votes, so at the time of blogging, it’s a ‘Two Pet Race’.

Hopefully my next blog post will be to announce Roman’s won (failing that, the hedgehog has made a late surge to victory). Although, as you’re reading this post in the future, you probably know the outcome already!

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