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VOTING IS CLOSED! Help Decide Who Will Win PETA India’s 2018 Cutest Indian Dog Alive!
VOTING IS CLOSED! CHECK BACK ON 29 AUGUST 2018 TO SEE WHO WON!
We’ve pawed through hundreds of entries to pick the dogs we believe to be the best choices for PETA India’s 2018 Cutest Indian Dog Alive. Now, it’s up to you to help PETA India decide who we should choose as the winners.
The 10 finalists are below – simply enter your details below and choose your favourite. Voting will last until 25 August 2018, and we’ll crown the winners on 29 August 2018. The lucky pup who is named the Cutest Indian Dog Alive will receive a first-place certificate and a “100% Desi Dog” doggie T-shirt, and his or her guardian will receive a “My dog is a rescue” T-shirt as well as a copy of Ingrid E Newkirk’s book Let’s Have a Dog Party. The second-place winner will receive a second-place certificate and a “100% Desi Dog” doggie T-shirt, and his or her guardian will receive a “My dog is a rescue” T-shirt. The third-place winner will receive a third-place certificate and a “100% Desi Dog” doggie T-shirt. All winners will appear in an upcoming issue of Animal Times, PETA India’s magazine for members.
Brownie, who was only about a month old, had been abandoned in a busy street and was suffering from a skin disease when Shael took her to a veterinarian and then adopted her. Now, she’s a loving member of the family.
Bruno, whose mother had died when he was very small, had an injury on his stomach when Divisha adopted him. After receiving necessary treatment as well as love, Bruno is now a healthy, happy dog.
Chuchu was hit by a car, leaving her with a broken femur bone and a dangling hind leg. Tavneet found her and took her to a hospital for necessary treatment. Despite a prominent scar on her stomach and a shortened leg, Chuchu is doing great. She’s now 4 years old and the spoiled “child” of the family.
Ember had a wound on her neck when Shezad took her to a veterinarian for treatment. As Shezad watched Ember recover and grow, he decided to adopt her and make her a part of his family.
On a rainy day, Winnifred found Hazel limping and covered with fleas, ticks, and muck. Hazel’s leg had to be amputated because of irreversible nerve paralysis, but Winnifred decided to give the dog a permanent home, along with the love and care she deserves.
Riya rescued Kali, who had been abandoned on the streets and was hiding under a car. Now, Kali is 7 years old and has become a vital part of Riya’s family.
Akhileshwar rescued Lily while she was crying out in pain because melted rubber was stuck to her fur. After receiving some treatment and love, Lily is now part of Akhileshwar’s family.
Nishu discovered Lucy when she was about a month old. She was freezing on the side of a road and being teased by some children. After being unable to locate the puppy’s mother, Nishu decided to adopt this little bundle of joy and make her a part of her family.
After Niyati made multiple attempts to reunite Mishti with her family, she realised that the puppy had probably been abandoned. Niyati coudn’t leave her all on her own and therefore decided to adopt her.
Pinky was stuck in the foundation of a building site when Mrs Crasta rescued her and decided to give her a permanent home. Pinky, a cute Indian breed, is affectionate and very alert.
Take Your Pick (VOTING IS CLOSED)
Now that you’ve seen the canine cuties, vote to help us decide who we should choose is the Cutest Indian Dog Alive below.
The voting will end 25 August 2018, and the winners will be announced on 29 August 2018. The winners will be chosen by PETA India’s judges with equal consideration given to three factors: the total number of votes received, PETA India’s assessment of the physical attractiveness of the dog and PETA India’s assessment of how heart-warming and motivational the submitted rescue story is.