The #DogsAtPollingStations hashtag is in full swing this morning, and thank god
Look at all of the Good Boys (voting Labour).
Today's UK general election is already in full swing - and amidst all of the poor campaign videos, sly digs, and last minute attempts at winning votes comes the the hashtag that somehow makes it all worth it.
Excellent news for all involved.
Here are some of the most stunning, most incredible, Labour voting (probably) dogs who have been hanging around outside polling stations this year.
— Nick Acheson 🦆🚲 (@themarshtit) December 12, 2019
— Nick Thompson (@NickThompson20) December 12, 2019
— Kate Turner (@Kate_Turnr) December 12, 2019
— Sadiq Khan (@SadiqKhan) December 12, 2019
— Sasha Fierce (@charlieherrick_) December 12, 2019
— Paddy Power (@paddypower) December 12, 2019
This is Mac. Mac was a racing greyhound until last year, and he wasn’t treated very well. But now he lives with humans who love him very much.
Mac didn’t vote for more treatos for himself. Mac voted for more treatos for dogs that aren’t as lucky as he is.#dogsatpollingstations pic.twitter.com/7Zmf1wFP2s
— Richard Gaywood (@PenLlawen) December 12, 2019
— Dick King-Smith HQ (@DickKingSmith) December 12, 2019
Elsewhere, there was also a fox at a polling station.
He was not as chill as the doggos who came before him, but alas, still a good boy.
— Dr Oonagh Murphy (@OonaghTweets) December 12, 2019
Look at him go.
Polls opened across the country at 7am this morning and will stay open until 10pm tonight.
The live count will then begin immediately afterwards to determine whether the UK will stick with the conservatives or move towards a Labour government led by Jeremy Corbyn.
Current Prime Minister Boris Johnson also brought his own dog, Dilyn, to vote.
There is a very good chance that this particular dog is, in fact, not voting Labour.
— The Telegraph (@Telegraph) December 12, 2019
Enjoy the hashtag, lads.
You deserve it.