Take some time out from your hectic schedule to pamper and indulge your adorable furballs, because we all know they deserve it.

Bring them along to India's biggest pet festival, Pet Fed being held on the 17th and 18th of December at the NSIC grounds, Okhla for a treat. From 10 am to 8 pm, the festival promises to keep your pet fully entertained and happy.

From an enormous fashion show for which the showstopper will be actor Dino Morea, to activities like dog swings for the cuddly critters, a cat zone and pet bakeries doling out pet goodies to keep them tummy happy, the festival has 100 stalls from across the country all dedicated to making your loved one feel happy.

As actor Dino Morea tells ScoopWhoop,

I believe it is a pet owner’s sole responsibility to indulge in such fun platforms dedicated to their pets as it is nothing but a mere attempt to make them feel special in exchange of the unconditional love that they shower on us every day. I am hoping to interact with an enormous amount of people along with their beautiful pets.

The festival expects more than 25,000 people and 3000 pets to walk in, and aims to grab a spot in the Guinness Book of World Records for most number of dogs wearing bandanas in the festival. So be assured that your bandana toting cutie will have its name going down in history.

If your dog has always shown artistic talent, take it to the special art gallery for dogs in which the paintings are made with patterns that they can recognise.

Puppychino, the doggy cafe is all set to serve anything from doggy beer to doggy pizza, so this is your chance to make up for all the times you didn't give them that last bite of food.

For all the people working tirelessly in the pet industry, the festival will hold a special awards night. The revenue generated in the festival will be donated to NGOs working for stray animals.

So gear up to pamper your favourite and bring a goofy smile on their faces, for all the times they made you smile.

All images belong to Pet Fed and have been reproduced with permission.