Los Angeles is a city full of angels, but not all of them have wings.
Many of them have four legs and a tail. Take a walk anywhere in L.A., everyone has a pet. These days they are less like animals living among us and more like little family members, and with those pets, come millions of pet products.
From pet food to pet clothes to pet spas, anything you can dream up for you, has also been created for your pets, but if you look closely, something has been missing.
So, what’s this year’s hottest trend for L.A.’s coolest pets? You got it, pet spirituality!
Ever thought about what Fifi believes in? Where Fido will go when he passes on? Or, how you can keep your furpal safe from harm?
One thoughtful pet owner from the USA had a powerful ‘pet-epiphany” while traveling abroad.
“The good karma “evil eye” charm is an ancient tradition in the Mediterranean and you can find it on everything. On jewelry, clothes, home furnishings, and collectibles, it’s symbol of protection and peace is attainable for people, but not for pets”, says KarmaForPets.com owner, Phyllis Comu. “While on vacation, I looked everywhere for an “evil eye” collar charm for my dog but found nothing, so I came home and created one.”
KarmaForPets.com’s launched its first product this January at The Americas Mart in Atlanta 2012, with rave reviews from buyers all over the world. One buyer said,”KarmaForPets.com’s product is cool for pets on many levels, very original and tons of fun!”
KarmaForPets.com’s sacred charms are made in a small village in Turkey, then shipped to the US. On a pet collar, they are small, lightweight, and sensational! In addition, the traditional “blue” color is now customizable to express the personality of your pet, with many colors available including red, pink, and green.
When worn, the lovely little item is said to bring good karma and protect the wearer from harm. The jury is still out on whether it’s, in fact, true, but they sure look sweet on a pet collar.
Phyllis Comu, a big supporter of animal charities, has also launched an online affiliate program along with KarmaForPets.com that will donate 10% of all sales that originate from your site to the charity of your choice, by sending you a non-profit donation each month.
Another great note about KarmaForPets.com is their Facebook presence. Browsing through the animal categories, it’s hard to find positive pet pages. Most focus on abuse. While awareness is very important, a feel-good pet conversation should be going on as well, which is what their Facebook page is all about, happy pet stories! KarmaForPets.com asks fans to get in on the conversation, sharing their own pet-friendly photos and fun.
Finally, we may never know where Fido goes when he passes or what Fifi’s beliefs are, but we can keep them safe. That means doing your part as a pet-pal, with annual health check ups, proper nutrition, and a lot of love. Of course, some good karma from KarmaForPets.com might help too.
If you would like more information on how to get your own KarmaForPets.com product check out their website here: KarmaForPets.com. LIKE KarmaForPets.com on Facebook here: KFP FACEBOOK.