There’s something so comforting about cuddling your pet – an activity that instantly calms us down. However, have you ever imagined a pet who could match shoulders with you in the kitchen too? We have spotted a recent phenomenon of popular pets who are surprisingly good chefs too. These pets have acquired an ‘influencer’ status in the world of Instagram, amassing thousands of followers within a short period of time. The reason behind this is clear; it’s simply because these adorable furry creatures are too cute to miss! We dug out three adorable pets who got cooking recently with a little help from their human parents of course. Trust us, these furry chefs will add cuteness to your feed too!
Here Are 3 Furry Pet Chefs Whose Cuteness Is Winning Over The Internet:
1. Nugget Koh (@nuggetkoh)
This adorable golden retriever girl is just three years old. Her antics and adorable expressions simply tug at the heartstrings and make you go ‘awww’. In a recent video, she was seen making wholemeal banana pancakes and later enjoying her own creation with some blueberries on top. Take a look:
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2. That Little Puff (@thatlittlepuff)
One of the most intelligent cats on Instagram, ‘That Little Puff’ is not just a budding chef but a masterful foodie as well. With over 1.1 million followers on Instagram, the feline has a number of cooking videos and interesting tricks to share. He also tries viral cooking hacks and shares hilarious reaction videos to the same. Take a look:
3. Floof Noodles (@floofnoodles)
True to his name, this Ferret chef moves like a noodle every time he is featured on video. This has become his signature move and is a hit online, with each video raking in hundreds of thousands of views. In this clip, he is seen making some interesting wontons served with chilli oil.
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Which pet chef did you find the most adorable? Tell us in the comments below!
About Aditi AhujaAditi loves talking to and meeting like-minded foodies (especially the kind who like veg momos). Plus points if you get her bad jokes and sitcom references, or if you recommend a new place to eat at.