Have a kid who loves animals? Know anyone who does?

Need a great gift idea for your dog lover, cat lover, or all around animal lover?

If you are looking for cool stuff to buy for the children or kids in your life, take a look at all the fun, cool, cute, unique, funny and useful stuff for the kids that our team of writers has found for you. 

Take a look and DROOL!

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Posted November 8, 2012 by Lady Bee

Hamsters are such cute pets and are so easy to take care of.  Hamsters
make perfect pets for kids to help teach them responsibility for caring
for pets, as hamsters and kids can amuse each other so easily. Here is
some experienced advice about hamster care and what to look for when
outfitting your hamster with habitats, extensions, and toys that are
safe and fun for hamsters and kids, big or small.

Posted October 31, 2012 by 23 Paws and Me

These adorale guinea pig earrings and necklace pay homage to a much-beloved pet species.

Posted October 29, 2012 by 23 Paws and Me

Labrador trinket box and matching pendant make a beautiful unique gift!

Posted October 15, 2012 by 23 Paws and Me

Make a bright and sparkling statement with this unique 3D rhinestone iPhone cover featuring an adorable wooden cat charm.

Posted October 11, 2012 by Lady Bee

Whether you're hosting a party for kids, families, or adults only this
Halloween, these life-size inflatable animals are a neat addition
to your party themes. Place a shark strategically in your seaside
decor, a donkey in your barn, a giraffe in your Africana, or a
Pteranodon in your Jurassic Park!

Posted October 4, 2012 by Lady Bee

I love sending greeting cards by email; it's easy, and you can send one
whenever you get the whim to surprise someone in an unusual way. Here are some great animated pet eCards for Halloween....

Posted September 8, 2012 by Myra Per-Lee

What better a way to teach children about different animal species than
to have the animals in the classroom?  Not only can kids learn about
them, their development and biology, but they can learn how to care for
them as pets and, most of all, to respect them.  A non-profit,
charitable organization, The Pet Care Trust, has been promoting public understanding of pets since 1990, and one of its newer programs, Pets In The Classroom, is trying to get more classrooms involved.

Posted August 16, 2012 by Kitty Devine

If there is one thing that is going out of control in our lives it is the number of electrical cables and cords. This adorable Cable Monkey Cable Organizer is ready to come to the rescue.