If you are a deep-dyed doggo or a catto person, you must be aware of the pawsome Pet Fed which happens every year! This woofin' event takes place annually, at 4 prime locations around the country and it serves as a pawsome opportunity for y'all and your pets to socialize with other fur babies.

Pet Fed is coming back to Mumbai again with its 3rd edition this January and we've got the details covered for you!

Woof out the Details!

Pet Fed is famed as one of the biggest pet carnivals happening in India and it's taking place in Mumbai, on the 11th and 12th of January, at JVPD Ground, Juhu!

This pawsome carnival is for pets and it presents various fun activities, workshops, stalls and much more for your canines! This 2-day fiesta is set amidst the backdrop of a sprawling verdant area, which allows your doggos and cattos to run free and play with others while having the time of their lives.

Pet Fed celebrates the loving existence of your canine friends; they encourage adopting and not 'shopping'. So if you're planning on introducing a new member to your family, you can drop by and take your pick from all the fur babies here, waiting for their furever homes.

They will also be hosting a security dog show, just like last year and an international cat show, which is in association with World Cat Federation & Alliance of Cat Fanciers. There are trophies & gift hampers for all the cat show winners & certificates for all the participants too. You can also get all your nutrition, diet, breed, genetics and all other queries answered for your kitties, right here!

These furballs will also be putting a fashion show and when here, you get to indulge in retail therapy too, along with your four-legged companions.

Knock Knock

If you don't have a furmily at home, we're sure you'll find one here, amidst the hundreds of wagging tails and wet noses. We can't really wait to be a part of the puparazzi while our doggos meet, greet and put up a furry show and how!

So if you're one of us, who wouldn't even mind wearing black clothing near pets, drop by and immerse yourself in the joys of tail wags and face licks because Pet Fed is gonna be lit AF.

Location: JVPD Ground, Juhu

Date & Timings: 11-12 January 2020, 11 AM - 9 PM

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