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‘Purr-ty’ party

Some are affectionate, some are aloof. Some are snuggly, some doesn’t want to be touched. But for these cat parents, their feline babies are purr-ty and sweet. 

‘Purr-ty’ party
FELINE FRIENDS. From left: Pirate duo Cyrille Chico and Coco, Bobby Dato and his Turkish Angola Espion are truly festive, best dressed winners Janelle Manalang and Milky, and Joan Apolinar and Snowflakes showcase their ‘purr-ty’ style. 
It was a purr-fect afternoon for cats and their hoomans as they dressed up to showcase their style at the recent Pet Express and Meow Mix Purrfect Combi Cat Fashion Show in SM Makati. 

The catwalk was brimming with cuteness as furry felines and friends walked in Luau-inspired costumes with tropical Hawaiian and hula outfits complete pineapple crochet headdresses, Philippine fiesta-themed ensembles, and pirate costumes, among others. 

The event was organized by Pet Express and Meow Mix, a brand and shop that has been dedicated in understanding cats’ needs. 

In addition to the fashion show, Meow Mix presented a buffet of wet cat food variants and tips on how to take care of feline’s health and nutrition. 

‘Purr-ty’ party
Aloha party with Rhoda Rosales and Princess (left) and A blooming cat with its blooming ‘hooman’ (right).
Participants got the chance to have their own pet caricature in the Catcature activity, wherein feline lovers had their cats drawn in cool dresses. 

Proceeds from the Pet Express and Meow Mix Purrfect Combi Purrty Fashion Show was given to CARA Welfare Philippines to help aid its Trap-Neuter-Vaccinate-Return project in the barangays, villages, and commercial establishments

Topics: Pets , Cats , Pet Express , CARA Welfare Philippines , Purrfect Combi Cat Fashion Show
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