Posted December 15, 2012 by Savanna Y Lujan

The holidays are a time to be enjoyed by the entire family, so why not include your furry companions with some pet stocking stuffers? There are a number of ways to make your pet a part of the holiday season. Here are some pet stocking stuffer ideas to get you started.

Posted December 3, 2012 by Lady Bee

iRobot, one of the companies specializing in tactical
reconnaissance robots for the U.S. military, happens to make robotic
vacuum cleaners for the home.  You know...the Roomba.  Well, now the
Roomba has a super-duper model made expressly for pet owners that's got to be the smartest vacuum on the planet - and it specializes in loading up on pet hair!

Posted December 2, 2012 by Kitty Devine

Hanukkah, the Jewish Festival of Lights, will be here before you know it -- at sundown next Saturday. The eight night celebration will gather together family, friends, and even pets to celebrate an ancient miracle of faith. Help your cat or dog join in the festivities with this cool collar.

Posted November 30, 2012 by Lady Bee

If you love animals, you will love these unusual, adorable, animal
ornaments
from all over the world, most of them hand-crafted. Some may be your
pets; others, animals you admire from afar. But I suspect that if you
choose these to decorate your tree or to adorn other home holiday
scenes, you
won’t want to put them away until next year. So, start thinking about
permanent
places to hang them. These make unique gifts too!

Posted November 26, 2012 by Lady Bee

It's the cats, the clothing, the photography, the artistry you will love
and they will make this calendar a keeper long after its 'usefulness'
is past.  The United Bamboo Cat Calendar is a true collector's item.

Posted November 22, 2012 by John P. Barker

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Posted November 20, 2012 by Creature Features

Ex-Beatle and ex-carnivore Sir Paul McCartney wants us all to “eat no turkey” this Thanksgiving, and these 10 non-gobbler goodies preserve the spirit of the celebration without ruffling anyone's feathers.

Posted November 20, 2012 by Creature Features

Thanksgiving dinner with the family is a longstanding tradition yet when Turkey Day arrives, your dog and/or cat get the same food as any other day, right? Wrong! If you're thankful for having a pet, show them you care by serving Merrick's Thanksgiving Day Dinner.