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November 29, 2013

A Pet's Guide to Holiday Shopping

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1. Shopping with your posse can make standing in long lines infinitely more cool (and slightly more fun.)

2. Holiday shopping can be stressful. Bringing your furry friend can give you the emotional support you need.

3. When shopping online, try to temper your excitement at pampering us at a bargain price by verifying the sizing! 

4. Proper shopping with and for your cat:

Online? ♥ YES


Bringing Fluffy along? No, thank you!


Your cat may, in fact, be content with the bags and/or boxes!

(and you thought cats were high maintenance)


5. Resist the urge to skimp on fashion, even if you're discount shopping. 

YES


Umm... NO!


Seriously, please look in the mirror before you leave the house.

Bonus tip: Shopping at BaxterBoo.com is a great way to get all your holiday shopping done for the pets and pet lovers on your list!

Don't worry, I told them to shop at BaxterBoo.com!

 Featured photo of Jasmine 

Lou on November 29 at 8:43 PM said:

Too cute! Perfect piece to bring a smile late evening on Black Friday.
Maria v alcantara on November 30 at 6:58 AM said:

I think they are so funny.
Maria v Alcantara on November 30 at 7:00 AM said:

I like the first one.

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