Here are three things everyone loves: pets, lists, and hating on the rich. So why not combine the three and scroll through the most lavish pet purchases ol’ Uncle Nick could find on the internet. Please don’t feel obligated to call me Uncle Nick, but if it feels right to you, I won’t say no. Swarovski Cat Flap – $1,500This Swarovski cat flap is studded with 1,000 crystals, for when you want a graceful blend of opulence and middle school macaroni art.
The one bad thing about Twitter is that anybody can get an account and think they’re cool. But actually the best thing about Twitter…is that anybody can get an account and think they’re cool. Unlike Facebook, which bans “non-humans” from creating accounts, you don’t have to leave your pets out when it comes to Twitter!
This is great for me, because my two kitties have a lot to tell the world. Sometimes a tweet is really the only necessary way to broadcast their
We know, we know. It’s hard enough to cook for yourself, and now you’re supposed to cook for Fido, too? But just as with making your own food for you, there are many benefits to switching over to homemade treats for your dog. You’ll save money, control the ingredients your dog eats, and be able to customize them for your dog’s size. Plus, it can be a lot of fun! Here is a recipe to get you started.
2 1/2 cups whole wheat flour 2 eggs 2 tablespoons peanut butter 1/2 cup
If you know anything about the Savings.com blog, you know that we love our LOLcats. I’m pretty sure there have been times that we’ve written posts specifically so we can use something amazing we found on “I Can Has Cheezburger.” But in the spirit of fairness to the other most common domesticated animal, stella.louise has decided that this week’s roundup should be (mostly) canine-themed.
I know, I know–it’s an outrageous and atrocious betrayal, so I just wanted