Vote for your favourite miracle Pet Survivor to win!
Voting is now open – we need your help to decide which of these incredible pets should be crowned Pet Survivor of the year.
Our judging panel, which included TV presenter Michaela Strachan, Vet and TV presenter Judy Puddifoot and Love Island star Kady McDermott, had the difficult task of selecting these six plucky pets from all the entries received. Watch their stories below and then vote for your favourite. The pet with the most votes wins, so be sure to get your friends and family involved to help put your preferred pet in the top spot!
The winner will receive the coveted title of Pet Survivor of the Year 2019, a trophy and a luxury pet hamper. Voters will also receive a FREE pet first aid guide as a thank you.
Voting closes at midnight on Sunday 1 December, so vote for your favourite Pet Survivor today!
(Please note: each person is limited to one vote. The following pages includes images which some people may find distressing.)
This courageous little dog had cancer of the spleen and needed five blood transfusions following his life-saving surgery.
This brave little kitty fought bravely for months to survive a deadly combination of a serious infection of the abdomen and pneumonia.
Poor Milo was bred by cruel puppy farmers, resulting in him losing his sight and needing spinal surgery to stop him becoming paralysed.
This plucky duck survived a suspected fox attack and needed life-saving surgery to mend her horrific neck injury.
Trinny was at death's door after a ferocious attack from a larger dog, leaving her with horrific wounds and in danger of losing her leg.
Pet Survivor Hall of Fame
From cats caught in traps, to dogs shot with a crossbow to rabbits attacked by foxes, read about some of our amazing previous winners and finalists.
About Pet Survivor
These awards recognise the most amazing pets who've survived against all the odds and made miraculous recoveries.
Pet first aid advice
Would you know what to do if something like this happened to your pet? Sign up for one of our free Pet First Aid courses, or download our guide now.
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