Something Pawesome: Make Your Pet's Meals Really Special With These Homemade Treats

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What Makes It Awesome

For pet parents, it is quite a common problem to run out of meal ideas. But worry no more,’cause Kiwi’s Pet Kitchen has come to the rescue. Started in 2014, it is a part of Kashika’s Pampered Paws (read about them here). Kashika Arora, the owner, deeply understands the problem of pets being fed on unhealthy foods that they are often allergic to and thus, has come up with this idea of making specially customised food, starting from cakes, cupcakes, cookies to nutritious meals.

They have all sorts of meats for dogs, like chicken, mutton, fish and eggs. For cats, both chicken and fish cakes are available, while your little bunny friend can nibble on carrots and pellet cakes. Everything here is made out of the safest and animal-friendly ingredients.

While cookies can be fed to your fur balls on a regular basis, the cakes are only for once-in-a-while, occasional treats. The meals are packed with nutrients, including a balanced diet of vegetables, carbs in the form of rice and your choice of meat.

The reason why you should go for this is because your pawsome friends’ are completely different from you. They have a more delicate digestive and immune system. And at Kiwi’s, they understand that and make the effort to make fresh food for them, which not only makes them stay fitter but also, adds to their longevity, which means you can have your best friend for longer.

So, even when you think of treating them with cakes from a normal cake shop, it’s better not to. Ingredients like sugar, wheat and whipped cream that we humans consume happily, are harmful for your pets. The cakes available here are made with utmost care with ingredients that have no negative effects.

The cakes are INR 600 onwards; meals- are INR 200 onwards,  cookies come for INR 200+ and cupcakes for INR 50 onwards.


Call them on +91 9038043590 and pick up your order from their place. As of now, they do not have home delivery services, but hey, the good news is they are thinking of starting it soon.