A cat wears an outfit for the Muslim festival of Eid al-Fitr.
Niloufar Saleem , Gulf Today
Pet fashion is picking up as fast as a virus, if we can say, in Malaysia.
Malays gear up for special occasions like Eid by getting their furry friends unique attires.
Co-founder Raja Nur Alya Raja Abd Aziz started this store as a go-to place for pet lovers.
Pet owners can find anything-unique and cat related for their furry babies.
Malaysians dress up their pets in fashionable attire from this store on special occasions.
The store that was founded in 2016 offers rare, unique, and nice items for cats at affordable price.
Located at an apartment in Shah Alam, on the outskirts of Kuala Lumpur, sales of the store are booming as people treat their pets during the coronavirus pandemic.
Besides cool and unique items for kitties, they also provide customisation for a cat scoodie or cat hat for all the cat-addicted people!
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