Now, I thought I was knew what luxury was. I get sun puddles all morning, my soft pink blanket in the afternoon, yummy foodies and fur brushings. These pets get facials (I saw a picture of a dog with a blueberry facial and it looked like he was trying to lick it off), turn-down service every night (Mama, you now need to turn down my pink blankie) and suites that overlook an atrium, where robotic squirrels are the floor show (I bet real squirrels taste better). The starting price is $65 a night and goes up to $200. They also have a boutique where they sell Swarovski-crystal collars and $400 pink argyle cashmere dog sweaters. For $20, your dog can have a 30-minute swim in the dog-bone shaped pool.
You know what? When I think of the homeless animals out there and my days in the shelter, I feel pretty fortunate. Being in a loving, forever home is much better than all the luxury in the world.
Please visit Gattina, her kitties and kitties around the world at Cats on Tuesday.