Assam's Nanu bags 2nd runner up in PETA's cutest cat alive contest
Assam cat Nanu has bagged the Second Runner-Up title in animal rights organization PETA India's 'cutest rescued cat alive' contest.
After careful deliberation by judges from PETA India and hundreds of votes from members of the public to help them decide, Nanu has been named the second runner-up in the contest, a PETA release said here today. Nanu's guardian is Tiniali resident Shruti Mishra.
Nanu had earlier edged out hundreds of other lovable rescued cats to become one of the 10 finalists, the release said.
The top three cats will appear in an upcoming issue of Animal Times, PETA India's magazine for members.
Shruti said she found Nanu in a flooded street while it was raining heavily. "That's when I saw two li'l balls of fur in extremely bad condition. They (had been) drenched in rain (and) separated from (their) mother (and were) crying and hungry."
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