& Cat Toys.com
7 , 2004
Time’s running out! What’s an elf to do?
PA - Chances are good 6 out of 10 people on your gift list own a cat
or dog. That’s how many households own pets in the United States.
And we’re crazy about our furry companions. In fact we spend over
$32 billion dollars a year on them. So, give every pet owner what they
love. Pet stuff!
Everyday will go to the dogs with a 365 daily tear-off calendar. A greeting
from a new fuzzy face each morning is the next best thing to those wet
kisses and noses we pet lovers find irresistible. The dog enthusiast on
your shopping list will enjoy the health tips, amusing anecdotes, trivia,
and quotes from famous dog lovers.
Now here’s a gift for two. Share a blanket with your best four-legged
friend and put this 500 piece puppy jigsaw puzzle together. Clever idea!
The pieces are nestled inside a usable dog bowl. Oh, while at you’re
at it, you both can munch on some Woofy Pop – microwave popcorn
for pets and their people. Yummm!
Generation X has made nostalgia very popular. The rebirth of chrome kitchens
to “that green color” reminds baby boomers of their childhoods,
and the ever-popular board games are part of the “remember when”
has made a come back, and dogs have gotten into the game – literally.
MONOPOLY, THE DOG sports dog houses and kennels in place of the traditional
houses and hotels. The pewter tokens include a dog bone, a fire hydrant,
and a Golden Retriever – to name a few. And not to be outdone by
the dogs, cat lovers will howl at the Cat In The Hat-Opoly game. You guessed
it – a combination of Dr. Seuss’ “The Cat in the Hat”
NIGHT BEFORE CHRISTMAS
Christmas stories are heart-warming, but let’s face it, they’re
just for Christmas. What do you do the other 11 months? May we suggest
Walter the Farting Dog? It might not be in Oprah’s Book Club, but
it is non-fiction. Based on a true story, it tells the story of Walter,
a dog adopted from the pound, and he has an issue with . . . well . .
Hopefully your friends and family have a great sense of humor –
and perhaps they’re the casual type. If that’s true, they
have to have this t-shirt outlining the Dog Property Laws. A small bone
icon is on the front and the ten laws every dog wants their owner to know
on the back.
We hope these ideas
keep you out of the gift-giving dog house and make your holidays purrrrrr-fect!
For more ideas long on to www.DogToys.com or www.CatToys.com, and remember
to donate a toy to an animal shelter of your choice this holiday season.
more information contact DogToys.com at 1-877-364-8697.