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ABC 36 Highlights Hottest Holiday Pet Gifts

Contributor: Christine Winter
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Updated: 12/12/2013 12:10 am
Did you know that pet owners are set to spend about $5 billion on holiday gifts for their four-legged friends?

That's from the American Pet Owner's Association.

ABC 36 set out to find some of the hottest holiday gifts for your felines and fidos.

Forget Iphones and instead think 'I Bone.'

Ring in the new year with the luxury plush bed from FunStuffForDogs.com.

It's a must-have for techie dogs and even unzips for cleaning.

There's also the designer 'Kalahari Lounge Bed' from the company Pet Lifestyle and You' or 'PLAY'.

It features cool designs and its inner cushion and exterior can be flipped to create four different looks.

The bed is also eco-friendly and is filled with a material made from about 100 recycled plastic bottles!

For your feline friend, check out the 'K & H Deluxe Thermo Kitty Bed.'

It's a soft, energy-efficient and cozy slumber featuring a dual thermostat 4-watt heater.

It warms its surface to 10-15 degrees above ambient air temperature.

The interactive 'Cheese Chase' from Petstages will keep your kitty focused on something other than the Christmas tree.

And the handcrafted 'Purrfect Feather Cat Toys' from Vee Enterprises are also designed to keep your feline busy.

Go to CatToys.com to see something that living room surfers will love.

Look for the scratcher- play hut that's called the 'Fat Cat Kitty Kahuna Cabana Rama'.

Meanwhile dog owners could consider 'squeaking by' with Kyjen's classic 'Hide A Squirrel' toy.

And do you ever wonder what your dog does when you're not around?

Go to UncleMilton.com for the 'Nat Geo Wild' Camera that attaches to your pets collar.

For Solid Blue fans with felines, we found the perfect 'KY Wildcats Cat Collar' at AthleticPets.com.

They will also 'light up' at the idea of keeping pooches safe and stylish with the 'University of Kentucky Wildcats LED leash and collar.'
 
It's made by 'Dog-E-Glo'.

LED lights turned on help make sure your four-legged friend is seen up to 1,000 feet away!

The batteries last up to 150 hours.

And the collar and leash even comes with a replaceable set.

And since a lot of dogs don't slow down in the dark, we'll also toss around the idea of Nite Ize Pet Products.

The line includes the 'Flashflight LED Dog Discuit' and the 'Meteor-Light K-9' ball.

And talk about cool...check out the world's only automatic fetch machine ball launcher for dogs.

It's the 'Go Dog Go G3 Automatic Fetch Machine.'

The family-owned GoDogGo company describes the launching machine as the answer for relentless ball and fetch crazed dogs that can never get enough play time

It plugs into the wall and will also run on batteries.

A hand-held remote lets you launch the ball or set the machine on a timer of 7 or 15 seconds.

There are also three distance settings that adjust to launch the ball up to 40 feet!

Plenty of choices to make sure your furry, four-legged family members have a very happy holiday.


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