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Vote for the Cutest Cat in the Whole Wide World!

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Vote for the Cutest Cat in the Whole Wide World! bu Guest BloggerThere you have it, folks— click here for the finalists for PETA’s Cutest Cat in the Whole Wide World contest. We truly had a great response, and the whole world was indeed represented, as you can tell from our wonderful finalists. One thing is certain: It was really hard to choose the finalists out of more than 1,600 cats-all amazing, cute, and with great rescue stories and backgrounds. But somehow we have narrowed down the selection to five cuties, and now it is your turn to have the final word.

Thanks to all who entered. Remember: You can see all the entries on our Facebook page. The public voting round will go until 8/23. PETA will then tally up the votes and announce the lucky winner on 9/2.

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    ray cluse says...

    August 5th, 2010, 11:54 am

    you blew it. my cat is the cutest, hands-down. and he didn’t even make the finals? i smell a fix.

    Whitney says...

    August 8th, 2010, 4:47 am

    How were the finalists chosen? By Facebook votes? By PETA members?

    Sherif Hamdy says...

    August 10th, 2010, 11:55 am

    Hi Whitney,

    The finalists were chosen internally by PETA. The voting round is for the 5 finalists.

    Thank you for participating.

    Svetlana says...

    August 25th, 2010, 7:00 pm

    No , my cat Alice is the cutest cat in the whole wide world. I just did not enter her cause I did not know about competition.

    Svetlana says...

    August 25th, 2010, 7:01 pm

    But I’m sure all your cats would tie with her

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