The Queensland cat, Miss Coconut, is suddenly thrown to the top of the ranking of the cutest pet competition

The claws are out among twelve animals fighting in the finals of a prettier pet competition, after it was shaken by cheating claims, after Miss Coconut (pictured) won the preliminaries.

The legs are out among twelve animals fighting each other at the finest of a prettier pet competition, after she was shaken by cheating claims.

And with more than $ 15,000 in prizes in the quest for Queensland's prettiest pet, her rivals have challenged a tender cat whose vote count has seen her grow before the competition.

Miss Coconut, a two-year Bengal, accumulated almost 30,000 votes in the preliminary round, while competitors lagged behind with thousands fewer.

The uncontrolled victory left many participants scratching their heads, as it was said that most of Miss Coconut's votes had appeared in the darkness of the night.

The claws are out among twelve animals fighting in the finals of a prettier pet competition, after it was shaken by cheating claims, after Miss Coconut (pictured) won the preliminaries.

The claws are out among twelve animals fighting in the finals of a prettier pet competition, after it was shaken by cheating claims, after Miss Coconut (pictured) won the preliminaries.

But in the final, Miss Coconut is currently in second place behind a boisterous bulldog named Biggie (pictured)

But in the final, Miss Coconut is currently in second place behind a boisterous bulldog named Biggie (pictured)

But in the final, Miss Coconut is currently in second place behind a boisterous bulldog named Biggie (pictured)

As rumors revolved around the authenticity of the support, complaints were finally made to the RACQ and the Queensland Police.

However, both services confirmed that after an investigation, the feline supporters had been cleared of any wrongdoing.

A spokesperson for RACQ revealed in a statement that after the forensic analysis, there were no grounds for disqualification.

"There is no evidence of cheating by any pet in the last 12," he said.

"If we had to find evidence of cheating, they would be eliminated from the competition immediately."

As the rumors revolved around the authenticity of Miss Coconut's support, complaints were finally made to the RACQ and Queensland police

As the rumors revolved around the authenticity of Miss Coconut's support, complaints were finally made to the RACQ and Queensland police

As the rumors revolved around the authenticity of Miss Coconut's support, complaints were finally made to the RACQ and Queensland police

However, both services confirmed that after an investigation, the feline supporters had been acquitted of any crime

However, both services confirmed that after an investigation, the feline supporters had been acquitted of any crime

However, both services confirmed that after an investigation, the feline supporters had been acquitted of any crime

In the final, Miss Coconut is currently in second place behind a boisterous bulldog named Biggie.

Described in his profile "devilishly handsome", the owner of Biggie says that if your dog is not stealing hearts, it is breaking them. & # 39;

With battle lines firmly drawn around them, pets continue to show their best foot and enjoy their time in the spotlight.

But the eventual winner will not take it all with the remaining 11 finalists who also guaranteed a coveted place in the RACQ 2019 calendar.

With battle lines firmly drawn around them, pets, including Biggie, continue to show their best foot and enjoy their time in the spotlight.

With battle lines firmly drawn around them, pets, including Biggie, continue to show their best foot and enjoy their time in the spotlight.

With battle lines firmly drawn around them, pets, including Biggie, continue to show their best foot and enjoy their time in the spotlight.

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