The First Ever America’s Favorite Pet: Animal Kingdom Has Been Crowned

LEWES, DELAWARE, UNITED STATES, Nov. 13, 2022 / — In June, America’s Favorite Pet: Animal Kingdom Competition kicks off the first official search to find the nation’s most adored creature. This isn’t the first American Favorite Pet’s (AFP) rodeo – but it’s the first time all critters are welcome to compete. Since 2020, America’s Favorite Pet has been crowned Top Cat and Top Dog every year. Animal Kingdom takes Competition to a whole new level, and the results are in! AFP is proud to announce that the 2022 America’s Favorite Pet: Animal Kingdom is Gaitlyn Rae, a capuchin monkey.

Gaitlyn Rae is an adorable 10-year-old primate who lives with a human family in North Carolina. Capuchin monkeys are famous in the entertainment industry, and are even trained as service animals to help people with disabilities. Yes, they are legal to own in North Carolina, and caring for a capuchin is like caring for a small child. They wear diapers, need a lot of attention, and they are cute as can be.

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Gaitlyn will take home $10,000, be featured in In Touch Magazine, and claim the first-ever title of America’s Favorite Pet: Animal Kingdom. Gaitlyn’s parents plan to donate the prize to help animals in need.

In particular, the competition runner-up was a biped Chihuahua named Nugget, an earless K-9 named Kringle, and an Arabian horse named Heartbreaker BAE.
Aside from giving cute critters and pet parents an unforgettable opportunity, a portion of the proceeds of the Competition will benefit PAWS, a 501(c)3 that aims to help cats, dogs, and wild animals thrive in happy, healthy homes or in their natural habitats. Since 1967, PAWS has reunited more than 130,000 cats and dogs with loving families, fostered more than 140,000 sick, injured, and orphaned wild animals, and made the world a better place for countless creatures through outreach , education, and advocacy. America’s Favorite Pets is pleased to continue its support of PAWS!

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