The space-saving Curve Pet Bed from Japanese designer Akemi Tanaka offers dogs and cats a cozy, padded place of their own tucked out of harm's way against an interior room wall. The attractive Bentwood beds feature removable washable cushions and require just two attachment holes.
Tattooing pets for cosmetic purposes really gets under some people's skins... just imagine how the pets feel! The disturbing concept of tattooed pets sheds light upon the complex issues surrounding pet ownership, animal rights and the nature of art itself.
Most dog beds come complete with stuffing and cover. Sometimes we like
the bedding materials inside the cover, other times we like the cover
but don't care for the materials inside. One always wears out before
the other, but we end up throwing out the cover and the stuffing and
buying a whole new dog bed. Molly Mutt has come up with a great idea, a
do-it-yourself dog bed.
Litter. Whoever thought up the name 'litter' to describe products that
domestic cats are supposed to do their business in, was sure smart.
Because litter is just what it is when it gets out of the box on your
cat's feet and body and trails with him all over the floor spreading
Boy, this iPhone app makes it so easy to have what every pet owner
wants, an instant opportunity to show off and browse through the most
beautiful, adorable, or just nutty pictures of their pets. A PetBook is so easy to create....
Shironeko, a long-time Internet pet phenomenon described as “The Most Relaxed Cat In The World,” lives in Japan and loves baskets. Shironeko's fame is short on one vital component – merchandise – though the recent release of an officially licensed Shironeko plush may help soothe the loyal legions of Zen Cat fans.