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If you’re a cat lover or simply a fan of all things Japanese and cutesy, this kawaii kitty-shaped Japanese milk bread (shokupan) might tickle your fancy. These meow-nificent treats are created by self-taught baker Lu Ya Xin aka Cai Mama (her hubby’s surname is Cai and “that’s what my kids’ friends call me,” she explains).

The circuit baker was so hooked on baking that her kids, who got “very tired of eating [her] bread”, encouraged her to sell them. In September, the 61-year-old homemaker started Cai Mama Shop selling milk-based breads and buns. Japanese milk bread is known for its distinct slightly sweet flavour and fluffy, soft, creamy interior.

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