These elevated food and water bowls were inspired by mid-century modern furniture.
If real interspecies friendship isn’t possible for your cat, try this bunny cat toy.
Strap this camera to your cat or dog for a walk in their little furry paws.
If your cat is fond of hiding under furniture, why not give him his own cat crib?
If your dog needs to shed some pounds and your schedule doesn’t allow for you to take that daily long walk, you might consider this completely ludicrous doggie treadmill.
Short on space? This custom murphy bed for dogs might be a solution to keep both of you happy.
If you can’t be without your bird for too long, take him with you to dinner or on your next road trip with this well-reviewed bird carrier.
What more could your lap dog want than this cashmere sweater and blanket set?
42. If you have some time to craft something personal for your pet, try these projects, ordered from least to most time-intensive:
A dog collar pouch for carrying baggies. Instructions at the b-line.
Recycled cardboard kitty pad. Very easy-to-follow instructions over at Design*Sponge.
A side table converted into a pet bed, courtesy Better Homes & Gardens.
This handsome tweed dog coat is from the book Canine Couture by Lilly Shahravesh. Instructions are online at CRAFT.