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Who knew that Kong would come up with the perfect wrestling toy for a cat?

The Weazel
Ball is a toy for cats, and it's an ingenious toy. If you know cats,
you will think, "Ah, this is the perfect toy for a cat," but your cat
may not agree. Perhaps a little coaxing may help.

In keeping with the most honored tradition that dogs after a long while begin to resemble their owners and vice verse, Patent# US D504984, Matching Collar for Dog and Owner, offers a way to publicly display your affection for your pet, (which is also sometimes referred to in polite circles as making an ass of yourself). Read on for details, but resist the urge to bark.

Eighty-two percent of dogs travel in the car on a regular basis and on
vacations. Fifty percent of dog owners consider their pet's comfort when buying a car. But how many pet owners consider their pet's safety when buying a car?

How do you like it? My dog Buddy took this picture with his new Pets
Eye View Camera by Uncle Milton. It's a new digital camera Buddy got for
Christmas... a bit early, from his Grandma. I lent it to my cat for a
few hours, but the photos she took of her gopher remains are really disgusting.

Pets can get tagged, micro-chipped,
telephone-collared, and high frequency-buzzed to be located when
they've wandered, but none of these methods are foolproof... by any
means. Neither is the Pawtags Alert System... but it's another tool
which should be utilized in case your pet becomes lost.

Lingerie for pets... no, it's not what you're thinking. Best Ever's "Love Pets Sexy Lingerie" are bra & panty chew toy sets available in your choice of black, pink or white.

Ever work in an office without windows, hearing things going on outside, but not able to see exactly what's happening? Even though dogs and cats depend on their incredible senses of hearing and smell to receive information about their environments, they are about as anxious to see what's going on around them as we are.