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Pancake the Sahuarita cat is semi-finalist in Friskies competition

TUCSON, AZ (Tucson News Now) -

A Sahuarita girl and her cat have been chosen out of thousands of applicants as semi-finalists in a Friskies competition.

"The Friskies" is an award show for "best new Internet cat videos of the year."

Finalist Pancake is a rescue cat who was found with some other kittens in a Phoenix parking lot at just three weeks old. 

Watch the video here: Pancake the kitten loves his Doberman.

Competition finalists have the chance to take home a gold-plated Friskies Catuette trophy, a $5,000 cash prize and possibly the title of "Best Movie" of 2013.

"The Friskies" Award Show takes place on October 15 and broadcast online at www.TheFriskies.com.

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