Art exhibits have gone to the cats and dogs. That’s literally true for an upcoming event from the pet food company Wellness. The PAW-sitive: Interactive Art for Pets by Wellness is the first interactive art exhibition for cats and dogs (and I guess their humans can enjoy it, too). We learned about the Singapore based event through Mashable, and I am so on board. Local artists created the art installations in the display and worked with in-house vets and animal behaviorists. So, the 10 different art and play areas aren’t only about looking cool, they’re safe for your pet pals and designed to be engaging and fun.
For example, the image above shows off an installation by Adeline Tan. It’s inspired by “A Whole New World” from Aladdin. Things like toys and meat will be projected onto the walls while dogs take a magic carpet ride. Another area encourages doggos to poke their heads through peepholes to see what’s happening behind the fence.
But what about the cats? Four of the 10 exhibits are geared towards felines. One of them, known as Cat’s Belly by Kelly Limerick, encourages kitties to explore different rooms inside a cat. Each of the rooms offers a different experience like cat food, cat pheromones, and varying textures. I know a lot of cats aren’t fans of traveling, but I think this could be worth the time in the cat carrier.
PAW-sitive takes place from September 30-October 8 in Singapore. If you had the opportunity, would you take your pet to an exhibition like this? Bark and meow in the comments to let us know.