Posts by Katherine:
You might already be familiar with Nice Mice for You if you remember their calendar we featured back at the end of last year or if you’re a fan of French bulldogs, Corgis, or cute things in general, like illustrations of dogs brushing their teeth. The delightful shop features art prints, greeting cards, calendars, and magnets — all the work of Croatian illustrator and graphic designer Natrashka. Head on over and take a look.
Last week, our friends to the north (that’s Canada, for those of you not in the U.S., or if you’re an American who’s bad at geography) released a new postage stamp to call public attention to the massive number of homeless pets in the country and promote saving lives through pet adoption. The stamps in the Adopt a Pet collection from Canada Post feature photographs of former shelter animals (including two adorable pups) and a doodle of each pet’s imagined “dream home.”
Huskymutts Mingus and Dottie enjoy their job as official Dog Milk doggie product testers, especially when it means eating things or playing with toys. (And sometimes those two activities tragically intersect.) In this month’s installment of Mingus & Dottie Try It, these two pros put the Holobon and Holobal from Petprojekt to the test. Check out our review below!
We’ve professed our love for Cloud7 in the past, and I thought it might be good to check in with what the German studio has been up to. I’m glad I did: they’ve got a whole mess o’ new beds, leashes, toys, bowls, and accessories that are just gorgeous, as well as an expanded collection of their classic travel beds. You can admire the whole line (as well as take a peek at their sweet portrait gallery) at Cloud7.
Cursed with near-perfect vision, I’ve always wanted to wear glasses because, come on, they’re awesome. Contact lenses, though? No, thank you. The idea of purposefully sticking something into my eye wigs me so far out I’m in another time zone. But, you brave souls who do wear contacts, check this out: It’s a little doggie lens case. Five bucks at Kikkerland. Totally worth poking yourself in the eye for.