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Christmas presents for pets, give me a break!
People give their bratty undeserving kids presents, why not the most loyal in the family? Besides, it's not like the pet's begging everyday for a nintendo wii. A $2 chew toy isn't a huge investment.
Couldn't agree with Skull more - I know plenty of pets who are far more deserving of presents than some of the children I know.Besides, presents are far more for benefit of those giving than those receiving.
There is nothing like a kitty trying to get that cat nip toy out of that crunchy paper! We have just as much fun watching the cat open his gift than the cat does actually playing with the toy.
I don't, but my kids do so I end up paying for them anyway.
Everyday aka table scraps. All that yumo homemade bread, broccoli,carrots,bell peppers,spuds,rice and stir fried tofu. Dog sucks it up.
Of Course. I gave my little friend something every year, nothing costly or fancy but just something I know will make her happy.
Yes we do, no kids so our dog gets gifts. But what ever we buy he shreds. Oh well it was fun for 5 seconds.
http://www.flippeh.de/funPics/toLazyToRename/godly%20kitten.jpgThis kitten gave us the gift of eternal life. Return the favor.
People interested in really cool pet gifts should check out Natural Pet Food and Supply on 6th street, its across from the older Dillions on 6th. They have some really cool pet gifts and treats.No i dont worry for them or am affiliated with them in any way, Just a very satisfied customer, they are awesome, down home local business that still is interested in pleasing the customer and calling you by your name when you come in the store.
Kitty likes gifts, but generally the ones she finds lying around much more so than the ones I buy. Leave an empty case of Boulevard on the floor and she's happy for months, jumping in, jumping out, jumping in and peeking out as though you can't see her. Throw a crumpled up wad of paper on the floor and she's at it for hours. If I buy a catnip toy, it generally only gets noticed for a couple of days, if that.
Old peanut butter jars. My dog loves them! It's something we already have and it entertains her for quite a while. When she's clicked the top half clean, we cut the jar in half so she can finish it off. My husband's parents also save their peanut butter jars for her, as well as bones and pork chops. My parents are getting into the habit of saving their rib bones for them too (they're not dog people, but they're slowing coming around). My sister-in-law gave us a bag of tiny little rawhides as sort of a "puppy shower" present when our dog had puppies. I thought that was so sweet! I wish she had a dog too (it'd be my doggie niece/nephew, hehe) so I could get him/her presents too. In addition to that, our dogs do get new durable squeakies and rope toys around Christmas. This is their last Christmas before our baby is born, so we've got to make it a good one for them, ya know?
Peanut butter eh? We'll have to experiment with that...protein yes!
Only you can talk to your cat about catnip.
Absolutely! Our dachshund gets a present on his birthday too.
Whoops, bad link.http://media.funlol.com/content/img/godly-kitten.jpg
hai i can has cheezburgerz for purrezentz??? k thnx!
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