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Need a break from election updates? Share photos of your pet with us!

It's been non-stop political talk since long before election day, and it's still going, so show us your pets to lighten the mood and give people a reason to smile!
Credit: The Elliott Family
Credit: The Elliott Family

CLEVELAND — Even with election day behind us, the political talk continues with the presidential race too close to call, so we want to give everyone a bit of break from political talk by showing off your best photos and videos of your pets.

When you share your photos and videos with us, we just might use them with credit to you on our 5 p.m. TV show, "What's New," social media platforms and on wkyc.com.

You can submit photos and videos through the WKYC app, and by texting a picture to 216-344-3300.

You can also comment with your photos on this story, shared on Facebook here.

Remember to include your name, where you're from, and your e-mail address or phone number with your submission so we can contact you and let you know if we plan to use what you've shared with us in one of our shows or a post.

To send your photos and videos through our WKYC app, read on for step-by-step instructions:

All you have to do is open the app, and tap on the call to action near the top of your screen.

You'll see it in a bright orange bar, asking for your pet photos.

From there, you can select your photo or video right from your phone, write a short description so we know what we're looking at, and hit submit.

When your submission has gone through, you'll see the word "Success" pop up in the app, and you'll know it's been sent to us and is awaiting review by our team.

We can't wait to see your adorable pets, and share them with the rest of Northeast Ohio!

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