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Watch This Guy Masterfully Craft Sushi For His Cats

How do you like to pamper your cats on special days? If you’re short on ideas, we’ve found a new way to spoil your pet that’ll make it think it’s on Cloud Nine: sushi made especially for cats.

YouTuber Jun’s Kitchen shows in the above video exactly how to craft this feline food masterpiece. Utilizing a variety of proteins like tuna and some masterful knife skills, Jun creates some nigiri-shaped pieces of sushi that are easily edible for his cats. How the cats react to getting this flavorsome treat will make you laugh and cry from the high levels of adorable.

Now, if you’re going to replicate this at home, a word of caution must be put in. Tuna is one of those foods that isn’t as good for your cats since it doesn’t contain the nutrients they need. So be sure to follow what Jun did and incorporate a variety of meats and nutrients to ensure that your cat’s five-star meal is also nutritious.

It may seem like a lot of work to put in for cat food, but if you’re gonna go all out with the special treatment, this is the way to do it.


Restaurant Mon Petit Serves up Cat Food for People in Honor of Cat Day


From cat cafes to cat’s only wine Japan has a soft spot for their feline friends, so of course they had to do it big for Cat Day. February 22 a.k.a “Cat Day” is an unofficial holiday for cat lovers to celebrate and pamper their pets but this year owners can get in on the festivities.

Hosted by Restaurant Mon Petit, also known as Fancy Feast here in the states, will be serving up a menu that looks like your furry companions favorites. Patrons will be welcomed by a kitty maître d’ and a set of their own cat ears to wear as they get ushered to their table. In between courses cat lovers can enjoy some cat-ivities such as an interactive kinect-esque motion capture that turns you into a digital feline. Meow.

The menu is French inspired created by Chef Phillipe Batton. Dishes include recreations of actual Mon Petit products: Turkey Terrine (that looks like it’s fresh outta the can), tuna with bonito flakes, creamy seafood soup, chicken breast cooked in thick broth, grilled beef and seafood, a chicken turkey snack dish complete with cat treat looking croutons and creme brûlée for dessert. At first glance the majority of the dishes definitely look similar to their kitty counterparts but hopefully they taste much better.

Sadly the restaurant isn’t open to the public, only 175 lucky patrons will have the change to indulge in this free dinner. Check out more photos of the dishes below:




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Pets Deli is literally a Gourmet Pet Deli For Your Furry Companions


As if we needed our pets to be even more finicky than they already are now we’re giving them their own restaurants? Germany based Pets Deli is exactly what it sounds like, a deli for pets. Pet owners can customize their companion’s meal to their individual tastes by choosing one item from each menu: meats, vegetables and carbs. Don’t worry about fido packing on the pounds from indulging in a gourmet meal every once and again, Pets Deli’s menu options have all been approved by the staff nutrition expert. Menu options include everyday ingredients such as beef, broccoli and rice but also includes more interesting proteins such as kangaroo.


With its old school deli look complete with chalkboards Pets Deli looks like it belongs more in Williamsburg than Germany. A meal at Pets Deli will run you between €3-€6 or $4-$8 USD. The price seems a bit high considering you can get a weeks worth of dog food at that same price. Cue the cute factor because meals eaten on location are served in metal bowls. Pets on a schedule can get their dishes to go packed away in a less adorable plastic container. According to Eater the deli “opened to mix reviews, with some detractors arguing that the shop is “decadent.” It’s a restaurant for pets, what the hell did you think it was going to be?

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