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November 16, 2013

Why Your Pet May Be a Hipster

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Shhhh.... don't tell (because then it would be too mainstream) but your pet just might be a hipster! Here's a guide to let you know if it's true. 

1. Your pet sells knitted goods on Etsy

Sweater Tortoise

2. He grows better facial hair than you 

3. But isn't afraid to fake it if she can't make it

Humunga Stash chew toy

I mustache you a question...

4. Does your pet have more followers than you on Instagram?

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5. They like things that are underground

 

 6. They wear scarves in the summer... before it's cool...

 

7. It's not illegal if you do it ironically. 

Rocky Mountain High Organic Catnip

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8. Your pet has eco-friendly toys

Hipster pet toys 

Shop for eco-friendly dog toys. Shop for eco-friendly cat toys


9. Your pet rejects everything mainstream

Crosstitch Meme

10. Your pet prefers to travel by bicycle

Biking dog

11. Your pet condones drinking PBR

Pabst Blue Ribbon Cat

12. Your pet rocks a trucker hat better than you

Rockin' the trucker hat with a self-important attitude

13. Your buy your pet a sweater from BaxterBoo.com, but he claims he got it at a thrift shop

14. He burns his tongue on coffee... drinking it before it's cool

Hipster coffee pup

15. He shuns obedience school 

“I love conforming by being nonconformist.”  

Is your pet a hipster? Send us their photo on our Facebook page!

 

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