The Small Animal Show was held in Harrogate, at the Great Yorkshire Showground. It’s an annual show, started from 1921 and it’s the oldest UK Championship dedicated to small animals. At this show there were around 3,000 small animals.
Hubby took a lot of pictures and I’ve chosen only a “few”, but I’m so smitten by the animals that it’s still a picture overload.
And more rabbits, there were 1,700 of them, all cute and cuddly.
I did! It’s not the first snake I hold. I did that before, a few months ago, see here. But that one was much bigger.
We left the show for an hour to go to Bettys. As it was obvious, we weren’t the only ones considering to go to Bettys while in Harrogate, so it was very busy and there was a queue outside the restaurant, as you can see in the background.
We bought a couple of desserts for home and went to see the rabbit jumping race.
We saw another couple with no kids at the petting corner… yee! we weren’t the only ones without a kid at that section. Gently, we’ve stepped over the bales of hay from the first area, went into the second one and we’ve waited patiently to get our first animal.
We got in the car, but noticed there were kites flying around. We stopped and looked at them, hubby took some pictures. I think they were teaching their young how to fly.