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V.I.P. Dog Parfum (Unisex)

Here's a sampling of the words used in the Classy Dog's ad copy for this "parfum," which sells for $2,750-$3,000:
-top notes of Mandarin Blossom and Pink Grapefruit
-the rare Essence of the Osmanthus flower
-those lucky enough to smell it
-perfect accords of Sandalwood, Vetiver and Orris

In short, we must have this.

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Kittywalk Town & Country Collection

Our first thought was, how could anyone spend this much money and energy so their indoor cat could lay on its ass and look at birds outside, as opposed to laying on its ass and looking at birds inside. But then we saw that the Kittywalk Town & Country line is "hand-crafted"! BOOM! Done and done. We're going to get the whole thing -- the Clubhouse, the T-Connect, the Penthouse, and the all-cap KABANA. That's $339.95 well spent. (Heads-up: the fine print disclaimer on the Kittywalk website states that "these products are not toys and should not be used by infants or children," just in case you, like us, had dreams of getting rich by opening an outdoor, mesh-enclosed day care.)

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