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Golden Years

Everybody loves puppies and kittens. They’re small, soft, uncoordinated, and cute. They also have tons of energy, weird sleep schedules, and need to be housebroken. That’s fine for younger families, but when you’re older, all of that can be a real hassle. Animal shelters also have older pets that have already passed that stage, which can be a bonus if you don’t have the time or inclination to go through all of that. Their personalities are also more evident, so you know exactly what you’re getting.

November is Adopt a Senior Pet Month, so if you’ve made one of these wonderful animals a part of your family, we have mugs for you!

1. Daily Dose

Snuggling up to your dog just makes everything better for a little while. Repeat as needed.

2. Support

Empty nesters and retirees enjoy having a dog they can spoil. Walks are good exercise, too, if you need a motivation.

3. Yes, All of Them

It doesn’t really matter what breed they are, or how many lives they have left.

4. Purr-fect

Petting a cat can be very therapeutic, with both physical and mental benefits.

5. Not Picky

Some people are dog people, some people are cat people, and others want their own menagerie. There is no right way.

This is just a tiny sample of the dog and cat mugs we carry. Other animals can be found here, or with the search tools on our home page. Remember, U.S. orders of two or more mugs get free shipping. That saves you enough for some fun pet toys!