Santa loves pets just as much as you do! With his infinite patience and jolly sense of humor, he’s the ideal person to deliver these frisky furballs to their new homes for Christmas. Click here to view and purchase the pet-themed Clothtique™ figurines that are new introductions for 2016!
Designed by Ann Dezendorf, these finely detailed Clothtique™ figurines depict Santa with his cute animal friends. Each Possible Dreams® Santa is dressed in a hand-sewn cotton/polyester costume that is stiffened to add realism. Treat yourself to one of these special figurines, or give your favorite fellow pet lover an unforgettable gift.
When Three Little Kittens decide to play atop the tower of presents, only Santa can keep them from getting into too much mischief. He dangles a red ornament that seems to entrance the feline friends.
These puppies can hardly keep their tails from Waggin’ at the thought of their new holiday home. Santa has a gift bag to carry, so he’s decided to pull the pups along in a sweet red wagon. The green bag is tied with a red pawprint ribbon to enhance the charming scene.
If he could, the curious kitten who’s climbed on Santa’s shoulder would ask you to Define Naughty. After all, he’s just having a bit of harmless fun, right? Nevertheless, he’s stuck with the “Naughty” cap, while his two kitten buddies (behaving for the moment) get to wear the “Nice” ones.
Do you need a little gift-giving inspiration this holiday season? If you’re struggling to find special gifts for the fellow pet lovers on your list, these suggestions might be just what you need. Curl up with your dog or cat, and have a look at these unique gift ideas!
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- Personalized Pet Stocking
A pet is a member of the family and deserves a stocking brimming with goodies just like everyone else. Fill the stocking with toys, treats, and grooming essentials for a wonderful holiday gift.
- Pet Photo Holiday Pillow
Slip in a photo of the recipient’s mischievous pet for a humorous Christmas gift. Being good “most of the time” should be good enough for Santa, right?
- Microplush Quilted Pet Cover with Bolster
Pet owners will love having a special spot for Fido or Fluffy. This cover can be personalized with the pet’s name.
- Pet-Themed Holiday Figurine
Santa loves pets too! Your favorite pet owner will love to display this figurine atop a bookcase, dresser, or mantel – out of pets’ reach, of course.
- Cat Sculpture or Dog Sculpture
Find an abstract, modern sculpture or a realistic depiction. If you know the pet’s personality, find a sculpture to match.
- Dog Treat Jar
The pet owner on your list might love an upgrade! He or she can store dog treats without worrying about an eyesore on the counter.
- Dog Bone Braided Rug
Dog owners will be happy to have a charming, dedicated space for food and water bowls.
No matter how busy Santa gets, the big-hearted fellow always has time to spend with his animal friends. After all, the elves can handle the toy-making tasks for awhile, right? These intricate Clothtique™ figurines from Possible Dreams® offer a glimpse into the Jolly Old Elf’s life away from the toy shop. Designed by Ann Dezendorf, these collectible figurines feature Santa in a handcrafted Clothtique™ costume that is stiffened to add realism. Handpainted resin details will tempt you to take a closer look and will make these figurines a cherished part of your holiday decor. These collectibles will also delight the pet lover on your list with their charming scenes.
Some little boy or girl is going to be very happy with The Purr-fect Gift of a cute kitten – if Santa can coax one of them out of his warm hat, that is! Santa has filled the stocking with candy canes for the child and a ball of yarn for the kitten to bat at or scamper after. Santa is certainly attired for the season, dressed in his traditional red pants and suspenders and a joyful, patterned holiday shirt. Three sweet kittens cuddle together in his cozy hat, which rests inside a gift box.
Santa has braved all sorts of inclement winter weather, so he’s not afraid to spend some time in The Great Outdoors. He’s without his reindeer team this time, but he does have a compass and his faithful Black Lab at his side. When it’s time to rest, Santa can dip into his lunch basket for some nourishment. Santa has traded his characteristic red coat for a brown jacket. His canine friend has on a green jacket to keep him warm on their nature trek.