Who is PETA’s 2016 Cutest Rescued Indian Cat Alive?

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After clawing through hundreds of contest entries – and surviving the ensuing cuteness overload – we’ve managed to come up with 10 finalists for PETA’s 2016 Cutest Rescued Indian Cat Alive title. Now it’s up to you to help us decide who we should choose to purr their way to first prize.

To vote to help us decide who we should choose as the winner, simply enter your contact information below and select your favourite finalist. Voting is open until 11 August 2016, and we’ll crown the winners on 13 August 2016. The guardian of the lucky cat who is named the Cutest Rescued Cat Alive will receive a first-place certificate, a copy of Ingrid Newkirk and Jane Ratcliffe’s book One Can Make a Difference, a “My Cat Is a Rescue” T-shirt, a PETA T-shirt and a cute cat toy. The second-place winner’s guardian will receive a second-place certificate, a copy of One Can Make a Difference, a “My Cat Is a Rescue” T-shirt and a cute cat toy. The third-place winner will receive a third-place certificate, a copy of One Can Make a Difference and a cute cat toy. The top three kitties will appear in an upcoming issue of Animal Times, PETA India’s magazine for members.

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The Finalists

 

Take Your Pick

Now that you’ve seen the 10 feline finalists, cast your vote to help us decide who we should choose as the Cutest Rescued Indian Cat below.

This contest ends on 11 August 2016, and the winners will be announced on 13 August 2016. The winners will be chosen by PETA’s judges, with equal consideration given to three factors: the total number of votes received, PETA’s assessment of the physical attractiveness of the cat, and PETA’s assessment of how heart-warming and motivational the submitted rescue story is.