Posted June 3, 2010 by Lady Bee

Almost three years ago I wrote my first blog for InventorSpot. 
It was about ways to keep your pets cool in the summer.  Those products
are still great for chilling out your pets in the summer, but I thought
I would add another 10 to the list.

Posted May 21, 2010 by Lady Bee

In the wild, most animals have their special hide-aways; a place where
they can hide from predators and feel relatively safe to catch a few
winks.  Indoors, our pets need special places too, havens away from
humans, to rest, play, talk to themselves, or just hang....  Pet Tree
Houses, LLC
makes those havens with 'special' in all caps... for your
dog, cat, bird, or snake. 

 

Posted May 6, 2010 by Lady Bee

If you feed your pets wet food, dry food, and water, triple dish pet feeders make
it so easy for your cats and dogs to nibble at the trough.  Just think,
all they need to do is turn their heads a bit to indulge their immediate
hankerings.

Posted February 28, 2010 by Lady Bee

Small dog owners can get away with taking their dogs so many places.
But dogs are more welcome visitors to commercial areas when
they're carried by their owners.  Notice how employees treat your dog when he's at your waist level as opposed to when he's at your feet.  Makes sense, dogs can't pee on merchandise
when they're in pet carriers.

Posted December 16, 2009 by Lady Bee

There are two sides of the aisle when it comes to pet products; those who think they're all dumb and those who go in for everything that comes along.... But these 10 weird, wacky, and really dumb pet products should bring both sides together in unanimous NAYs... or BOOs!

Posted October 21, 2009 by Creature Features

Inspired by Neko Funjyatta, or "I Stepped On A Cat", as the piano favorite Flea Waltz is called in Japan, this delightfully disgusting roadkill cat toy promises loads of faux feline-fatale fun for the whole family - if you're the Addams Family.

Posted October 15, 2009 by Anonymous

A ghoulish collaboration between Japan's Sanrio, designer Dr Romanelli and trendy toymaker MediCom has given the first anatomically correct Hello Kitty to a world that really wasn't asking for one.

Posted October 2, 2009 by Lady Bee

As usual, the jacket's Japanese designers leave nothing out when it comes to pet care, and nothing when it comes to the efficiency of the Emergency Jacket. And, no pun intended, this utilitarian jacket even has quite the fashionable flare!