A week-old pygmy goat named Moonbeam was among the unusual pets at Hannibal's 46th Annual Pet Show sponsored by the F&M Bank.

A week-old pygmy goat named Moonbeam was among the unusual pets at Hannibal's 46th Annual Pet Show sponsored by the F&M Bank.

Moonbeam was brought to the July 3 show in Central Park by 4-year-old Ryker Grotewiel of Charlotte, S.C. She was visiting her Hannibal grandparents, Mike and Michelle Cernea. Ryker said she helped deliver Moonbeam when she was born.

Another goat was Clancy Dunker's goat that was born in January and had to be bottle fed, so it lived inside his home. While it was on stage, it was bottle fed, and Rajah Maples - co-hosting the pet show with Chad Douglass - succeeded in feeding it.

Three chickens also were competing for most unusual pet. Chloe Dryden, 9, brought Rocky. Madalin Board, 13, brought Earl.

Taylor Schuenke, 7, of Palmyra, took home the prize for Most Unusual pet for her “silkie” chicken, Cindy Loo Hoo.

The Best Trick prize went to Sophia Albright, 13, of Hannibal, for her 2-year-old Yorkiepoo, Hollie. It did several tricks, including jumping into her arms.

Sophie Reinebach, 10, of Old Monroe, won the Best Cat prize for her Maine Coon mix.

Additional cats included Alaska, a 2-year-old deaf cat with blue and green eyes, owned by Kaleah Peete. Also, Kailyn Hermann, 9, brought her farm cat, Oliver.

Princess, a Pomeranian owned by Cora Schuenke, 11, of Hannibal, won Best Dog.

Cora was with Marley McClelland of Lake Ozark, who brought her shih tzu, Maddie. Marley described Maddie as having “a face like a stop sign.”

The Best Dressed pet prize was won by Ginger, a Yorkshire terrier.

Emma Martin, 13, brought her French bulldog, Willow, to compete for Best Dressed.

Also competing was Karley Golian's Dachshund, Lady, dressed as a hot dog, “because she is a weiner dog.”

The pet show sponsors reported it had no entries in the Best Tom or Best Becky divisions.

The owner of two pet mice had a warning for anyone considering mice for pets. “Be careful if you have a cat.”

Some families dressed to match their pets, such as the Porters. Brute, an American bulldog dressed as Batman, was part of this Batman family, including Gretchyn and Koltyn Porter, accompanied by their mom, Lyndi.

Pet show judges included Tom and Becky (Samuel Hirner and Brooklyn Haye), serving during their last day, with the new Tom and Becky to be named on the Fourth of July.

See photo gallery for more photos of the pet show.

Reach reporter Bev Darr at bev.darr@courierpost.com.