There's an art exhibition exclusively for pets in Singapore
A pet food company in Singapore has opened an interactive art exhibition designed specifically for animals.
The PAW-sitive exhibition, which opened to dogs and cats on Saturday, featured installations designed to encourage pet owners to “think about the totality of their pets’ well-being (mind, body andsoul), beyond just providing good nutrition during meal times”.
Ten installations have been created by local artists in conjunction with vets and animal behaviourists, including one named In The Cat’s Belly by Kelly Limerick and Doggyland by Joceline Chew, to celebrate the 10th anniversary of Singapore’s most popular natural pet food brand, Wellness.
PAW-sitive is expected to draw 5,000 pets and their owners over the 10 days it is running at the School of the Arts in Singapore.
Martin Bahr, managing director of Wellpet Asia, the company which put on the exhibition, said of the interest in the event: “We are glad that there has been such an overwhelming response.
“To seethat many pet parents take up the opportunity to experience theexhibition withtheir fur kids and bond with themmakes organising the exhibitionthat much more meaningful to us.”