11/02/09 11/02/09 Pet's November Must Haves Pet's November Must Haves November 2, 2009 by Pets All toys, all the time, that's my slogan this month! I've gathered six wacky playthings for dogs and cats — guaranteed good time for them . . . and a giggle for you, too. Pawbreakers Plus What’s Your Reaction? Share this reaction with your friends! The newly improved Pawbreakers Plus ($3.25) are individually wrapped edible treats like people's Jawbreakers. There's no sugar in this treat, and the "plus" means it's packed full of nutritional supplements along with the preservative-free catnip snack. Mmmm. Wine Bottle Squeak Toy What’s Your Reaction? Share this reaction with your friends! Ready to uncork some vino — perhaps a Grrrobert Slobbery or a Kennel-Relax'n?! The funny Wine Bottle Squeak Toy ($15) safely lets your dog in on the drinkin' action. Humunga Stache What’s Your Reaction? Share this reaction with your friends! Cannot. Stop. Laughing. What a funny camera op the Humunga Stache ($12) would provide for your next family photo. With a rubbery ball on one end, this will be easier to get inside a canine's mouth than a furry stick-on hair piece would ever be. Yeoww! Stinkies Sardine Catnip What’s Your Reaction? Share this reaction with your friends! Although it comes in a sardines' tin, there are no fishies — or cotton filler — in this toy. The Yeoww! Stinkies Sardine Catnip ($13) includes three tasty morsels, so save them up wisely for only those good kitties' treats. Snake Tug Toy What’s Your Reaction? Share this reaction with your friends! These one-of-a-kind snake tug toys ($17.50) are made with 100 percent New Zealand boiled wool, and all-natural dyes let their non-scaly patterns pop. Not only would it be fun for tug and toss, I can guarantee this is a type of reptile you'd actually want to spot on — or under — your couch. Jackson Pollock Fish What’s Your Reaction? Share this reaction with your friends! Artsy felines look no further than the Jackson Pollock Fish ($7.27). This 11-inch long toy is stuffed to the gills with catnip . . . so cats must get crafty to pick this fish up.