Gift Idea: Cute and Funny Pillowcase Sets for Pet Lovers

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the rules pillowcase

Dog and cat lovers, check out these super CUTE and funny pillowcases I spotted today while browsing the deals over at! They are on sale for $29.95 per set including free shipping ($42.99 reg).

Each of these award-winning DogSnorz pillowcases have catchy sayings and unique designs. Buy them for your own bedroom or purchase these fun pillowcases for another pet owner as a gift.

cat pillowcase

Pillowcases are 100% cotton with 330 thread count for extra softness and quality. I love them all but I think that “The Dog Sleeps Here” is my favorite…and SO true!

dog sleeps here

Visit Coupaw here to check them out for yourself. And be sure to signup here for their deal alerts so you’ll be the first to know about all their future pet deals.


Choose a FREE ‘Get Fuzzy’ Kindle Book ($7.99 reg) w/ Newsletter Signup

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Free Get Fuzzy Kindle edition

Fans of Get Fuzzy, the hilarious comic strip from cartoonist Darby Conley…and anyone who loves funny dog and cat comics in general, will want to take advantage of this special free book promotion going on over at Amazon this month only. Everyone who signs up for the weekly Comic & Graphic Novels newsletter will receive their choice from 1 of 4 FREE Get Fuzzy Kindle books valued at up to $7.99 each!

Kindle NOT required: You can read Kindle eBooks on a Kindle or any tablet, PC, laptop, Smartphone or other web-enabled device using one of the free Kindle Reading Apps.

How to Get Your Free Kindle Book

1. Go HERE and then click the “Sign-up” button. If you are not already signed in to your account, you will be prompted to do so. You must subscribe before 11:59pm PDT on 6/29.

2. Once you are signed in and you have clicked the button, a pop up box will appear. Make sure the box next to “Kindle Comics” is checked and click the “Submit” button.

3. If you are a first-time subscriber, and not currently subscribed to any Kindle newsletter, you will receive an e-mail with your unique Amazon promotional code that will allow you to purchase one of the selected Kindle books below for free.

4. Once you have received your code, follow the instructions in your e-mail to redeem it. Do NOT purchase a Kindle book until you receive your code in e-mail.

Visit the Amazon promo here to read more and view all 4 free ebooks.

About the Get Fuzzy series: House cats are known to be aloof, but “cat-titude” reaches new heights in Get Fuzzy, the bitingly hilarious comic strip from cartoonist Darby Conley. Get Fuzzy is a wry portrait of single life, with pets. At the center of this warm and fuzzy romp is Rob Wilco, a single, mild-mannered ad executive and guardian of anthropomorphic scamps Bucky and Satchel. Bucky is a temperamental cat who clearly wears the pants in this eccentric household. Satchel is a gentle pooch who tries to remain neutral, but frequently ends up on the receiving end of Bucky’s mischief. Together, this unlikely trio endures all the trials and tribulations of a typical family…more or less.


Canine Christmas and More Holiday Fun from Nokia #HolidayRealness

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canine christmas

The holidays are a special time of year but can get pretty crazy, too! Take a break and have some fun over at the Nokia Holiday Hub. They’re celebrating “Holiday Realness” with videos, images, photo tips, a holiday card maker for your own photos, and more cool stuff.

It’s worth a visit, so head on over and enjoy!

holiday cats


Monday-Haters Unite: The Garfield 2014 Wall Calendar Is Here!

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Garfield 2014 calendar

You know what the best thing is about Tuesday? It’s NOT Monday! If you follow me on Facebook you already know I’m not a fan of Mondays…most people aren’t. One thing I AM a fan of is Garfield, so I was thrilled to receive an early review copy of the Garfield 2014 Wall Calendar. Each month features a new “I Hate Mondays” comic from cartoonist Jim Davis, creator of the Garfield series.

Not only will you want one for yourself, but the calendar makes a perfect choice for the annual office gift exchange at work, and a cute teacher gift from the kiddos, too. I’m planning to snag some extra copies for gift giving because there always end up being a few people who I run out of ideas for, and you just can’t go wrong with this one!

Garfield January

The Garfield 2014 Wall Calendar is available at Amazon, from the Calendar Store and through local retailers, so be sure to snag some copies now and guarantee that every Monday-hater and Garfield-lover on your Holiday Gift List will enjoy 12 months of hilarious Monday-bashing for 2014!


My Dog: The Paradox. A Lovable Discourse from The Oatmeal

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Daisy & I managed to get our paws on an early review copy of My Dog: The Paradox: A Lovable Discourse about Man’s Best Friend, the new book by Matthew Inman (The Oatmeal), but the rest of you won’t have to wait long since it’s being released next week! It’s a little book, but one of those really special ones that you’ll find yourself thinking about at random times, and that you’ll pick up to flip through frequently.

The Oatmeal book, My Dog: The Paradox

How one little book can manage to be both so hilarious AND heart-breaking I don’t know, but it does. In a few short pages, it captures and coveys everything that is true and funny and silly and sad about having a dog in your life. And just like a dog, it will make you cry some, but it will make you laugh a whole lot more.

If you’re familiar with The Oatmeal then you’ve probably already seen the online comic version of My Dog: The Paradox and might be wondering why you’d bother to get the book.

First of all, it’s been redrawn in full-color (the online version is black & white).  Also, there’s nothing like holding a real copy of a book in your hands and flipping through the pages. I’m a fan of the library and Kindle too, but trust me, this is one of those books you’ll be happy you own. And at around ten bucks it’s a deal.

If you’re still looking for a reason, supporting The Oatmeal by buying his book is a nice way to say Thanks if his free online works have ever: cured your Monday blues; provided much needed workday distraction; or just made you appear cooler and funnier than you really are when you shared them with friends on Facebook.

As of now, there are no reviews posted on Amazon or anywhere else that I can find, so you’ll just have to take my word for it and buy a copy here! Release date is May 7, but it’s available for pre-order now at $8.99 ($9.99 list).