What’s Your Pet’s Mood?

Mood CollarTake yourself back to the 70’s when it was all about free love, long hair, peace and mood rings. Now, your cat or dog can wear a Mood Collar to join in the hippie lifestyle. There is a mood stone on the collar which touches the pet’s fur and changes color depending on your pet’s body temperature. Beware if your pet’s mood stone is black — it means that he is flabbergasted, bamboozled (you must have done something bad if your pet feels bamboozled), disgruntled, or cranky and that means he does not want to be petted, so keep your distance, but you can feed him though.

5 Responses to “What’s Your Pet’s Mood?”

  1. Sandy says:

    I find this to be strange and adorable

  2. Ruth says:

    Well, finally something to laugh about. I find it cute and adorable. LOL…

    I still have my mood ring, and gave it to my daughter one day when she was looking through my old jewelry box.

    She still has her fur babies. She might like it just for fun…. LOL…

  3. Sandy says:

    I might get my pets some ..its too cute :)

  4. Itchmo: News, humor and product reviews for cats, dogs and pet owners. » Decoding Animal Body Language says:

    […] you knew what your pet was thinking? Need a guide book to figure out your pet’s mood (or maybe your pet just needs a mood collar)? It’s the ongoing quest of humans trying to understand what our four-legged friends are saying […]

  5. bob marlyz says:

    hey munz bob says itz cutez

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