With Christmas commercialism in mind, it
shouldn't come as much of a surprise to you that pet lovers and even
their pets are "special" during the eight days of Hanukkah. This year, the array of cat and dog menorahs abound, and I even found some cat and dog Hanukkah dreidels! Here's a bunch of the ones I found engaging....
A stunningly realistic pig, gilded or polymer coated in hot pink, by a world famous designer, would look smashing on her dark cherry server. She would love it, even be encouraged to shove dollar bills through the cork opening and look forward to saving $10,000....
I like to buy funny pet wall calendars as Christmas gifts for my pet lover friends because, even if they receive other calendar gifts, there is always a space on the wall for one more -- especially if it's funny and about their species of pet. I found some really hilarious dog, cat, rabbit, ginea pig, ferret, and tea cup pig calendars for 2010; maybe you will find just the right ones for your friends (or yourself!) among them.
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.
Supposedly the hottest toy for Christmas will be the Zhu Zhu Pet
Hamsters. Get them now if you want them, or you'll end up in the dog house
like my family did the year we couldn't find a Cabbage Patch Doll for
the kids' Christmas. Zhu Zhu Pet Hamsters are cuter than the Cabbage
Patch Doll, but you're going to end up in the poor house if you buy them.
I don't really know what pet fish think of the new aquariums. You fish people will have to let us know how they react to their homes being in the belly of a robot or hanging from a lamp hook. Maybe I'm a purist, but I would never put my birds in those situations... So, for those of us who remain ignorant about fish preferences, here are five (really 6) neat-looking aquariums.