Earlier, a group of shortlisted cat owners and their furry friends had submitted selfies, and the public can vote for the winner.
There is also a cat show organised by the Feline Fanciers Society Of Singapore.
Bahu is the child of his seven-year-old toy poodle, Ariel, and a friend's poodle.
Mr Tan says: "I wanted to have a puppy for when Ariel dies." Although Bahu can get defensive at the sight of big dogs - he bares his teeth and barks - he gets along well with people, such as Mr Tan's three children, aged 11, six and two.
Take property agent Daphne Hoon, 40, who is entering her Persian cat in the cat selfie contest and the cat show.
Speed dating is a formalized matchmaking process whose purpose is to encourage eligible singles to meet large numbers of new potential partners in a very short period of time.
It was created in 1998 by Antony Beilinsohn (a Los Angeles based television executive) after his Rabbi, Yaacov Deyo, encouraged Antony to conceive of innovative new ways for eligible jewish to meet and marry.
One of the "models" is Quincy the Bedlington Terrier, a breed named after the mining town of Bedlington in England, its country of origin. No, we are not talking about speed- dating for time-strapped Singaporeans, but a sassy new dog adoption scheme at the Pet Expo, which runs till Sunday at the Singapore Expo Hall Eight. But if there is chemistry, leave your number and it could be the beginning of something beautiful.Now in its second year, the Pet Expo is gearing up to be a key annual event in the pet lover's calendar.
There is a retail component, with booths selling items such as pet food and accessories.
She will be taking her Holland Lop rabbit, Igloo, to the event.