‘Bridal cats’ steal the show at wedding


Compiled by FATIMAH ZAINAL, BEH YUEN HUI, and R. ARAVINTHAN

THREE “bridal cats” stole the limelight at a wedding ceremony in Kelantan, reported Harian Metro.

Wearing songket, flowery dresses and accessories, Louissa, Pocci and Snowy supported by their respective owners accompanied the bride, Nor Shahibah Yusoff, 23, on her walk to the wedding dais at a hall in Guchil Bayam, Kota Baru, last Saturday.

The groom, Wan Mohd Nasoha Wan Mohd Zain, 39, said the video of the three cats went viral after his cousin uploaded it on social media.

“I run a cat grooming service and my wife’s brother often sends his cat to my place. We became friends and I (eventually) got to know my wife,” he said, adding that they dated for about a year before tying the knot last August.

He added that although it was their special day, Louissa, Pocci and Snowy were the focus and many guests came to take pictures with the felines.

> A mosque in Gerik, Perak, generated income by not only growing fruits and vegetables on its grounds but also producing downstream products such as chili sauce.

Berita Harian reported that the 1.5ha area around the Pengkalan Hulu Jamek Mosque has been fully utilised to grow various crops including chili plants, eggplants, hydroponic vegetables and fruits such as grapes, honey guava, jackfruit and mango.

Mosque secretary Sirat Abdullah, 63, said since 2018, the mosque has been promoting agricultural activities and the green agenda. The retired teacher said that all the homegrown agricultural produce and fertilisers brought the mosque profit when sold.> Singer Adira Suhaimi is determined to divorce her husband Datuk Seri Adnan or Datuk Red, reported Kosmo!.

The Kesempatan Bagimu hitmaker, whose full name is Siti Adira Suhaimi, 32, hoped that all her domestic troubles would end soon. She appeared at the Syariah Lower Court Gombak Barat Rawang in Selangor on March 3 to hear the report of the Conciliation Committee on her marriage.Meanwhile, Datuk Red hoped that his family could still be defended and wanted to avoid divorcing for the sake of their four children, aged between one and six.

The above articles are compiled from the vernacular newspapers (Bahasa Malaysia, Chinese and Tamil dailies). As such, stories are grouped according to the respective language/medium. Where a paragraph begins with a, it denotes a separate news item.

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