Here’s how you could be drawn as a character on ‘Bojack Horseman’

Quit horsin' around and get involved - it's for a good cause

Bojack Horseman creator Raphael Bob-Waksberg is offering fans the chance to be drawn as a character on the hit Netflix show.

An Omaze fundraising page has been set up allowing fans to donate to the California Community Foundation’s Wildfire Relief Fund. One lucky supporter will be selected, winning the top prize of being “drawn into BoJack Horseman as yourself or the animal of your choice”.

Waksberg announced the draw in a video uploaded to Bojack’s official Twitter page.

“To benefit a great cause, we’re gonna fly you out to LA for the day,” he says in the clip. “You’re gonna see how we make the show behind the scenes, you’re gonna meet all the people who put the show together.

“And then at the end of it, we’re gonna draw a picture of you or a pet or the animal of your choice, and we’re gonna draw that as a character on the show.”

Flights and a four-star hotel for the winner and a friend are included in the impressive prize. You can find more details and enter the draw here.

Meanwhile, it was announced that Bojack Horseman had been renewed for a sixth season in October. The fifth chapter in the tale of the washed-up horse was released in September.

The show follows Bojack (Will Arnett), the star of an old ’90s sitcom called Horsin’ Around, who’s “washed up, living in Hollywood, complaining about everything and wearing colourful sweaters.”