Cuttack cat wins third place in PETA’s cutest cat contest


Cuttack: Jhumu, a cat rescued by Simran Karmakar of Cuttack in Odisha, has been named the second runner-up in national-level People for the Ethical Treatment of Animals’ (PETA) Cutest Rescued Cat Alive contest.

“After careful deliberation by judges from Peta India and hundreds of votes from the members, Jhumu, whose guardian is Simran Karmakar of Cuttack, has been named the second runner-up in the contest,” a spokesperson of Peta said. Jhumu had earlier edged out hundreds of other lovable rescued cats to become one of 10 finalists.

The winner of the contest is Licky, whose guardian is Urshita Das of Kolkata. And the first runner-up is Candy, whose guardian is Aishwarya Patil of Pune.


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