Searching for a great gift idea for your dog lover, cat lover, or all around lover of animals?
If you need some ideas for some cool stuff to buy for yourself or the people in your life, take a look at all the fun, unusual, cute, unique, funny and useful stuff our team of writers has found for you. We even have it sorted out by these categories below so we can help make finding the perfect animal themed gift or product easy and fun.
Here's one difference between dog and cat lovers. Cat lovers love cats;
dog lovers love specific breeds of dogs. Generalization? Well, that's
what calendar publishers are telling us, because they print far more
breed specific calendars about dogs than cats. I sent my dog Coca out
digging for the doggone delightful ones and he came back with some -
very proud of himself.
If you are an avid shark enthusiast, watching Jaws every movie night and
never missing a shark special on TV, yet you also enjoy the refined
tradition of a hot cup of steeped tea then the Sharky Tea Infuser is
made for you. This tea accessory, by Argentinean designer Pablo
Matteoda, is an unexpected combination of elegance and gory fun.
German designers have created the ultimate gadget for your dog: a GPS
system for your dog in the form of a collar that sends you a map of
your dog's location or an SMS message on your smart phone. Of course,
the collar has a SIM card; your dog needs a phone book!
Last Christmas, the Zhu Zhu Pet Hamster was the blockbuster gift for kids. This year, I predict the box office hit for kids will be the video game Kinectimals, one of fifteen new Microsoft fully-interactive "sensoring" video games for its new Kinect Xbox 360. Kinectimals
are 20 wild virtual video pets, like tigers, lions and cheetahs, that kids can
play with and even train. Parents will get a kick out of this game too!
If you love animals, there's a particular source of original, clever,
and often hilarious novelties, greeting cards, home accessories,
and stylish t-shirts for adults, children and even infants that
definitely ranks up there with the best this pet writer has seen...
When Nike 78 was launched by advertising student, Paul Jenkins,
I bet he didn't think that an aquarium shoe would be one of the
entries. But challenge "creative talents, design studios, and related
organizations to come up with a concept that will challenge the
functionality of sneakers," and don't be surprised.