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10 Kitchen Items Every Animal Lover Seriously Needs

If you can't get enough of creatures great and small, you're in luck. We've found the cutest kitchen items for animal lovers, and they're all right here!

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To those who let their furry friend curl up next to them in bed and say “only one more night”…to the ones who take Fido to get his picture taken with Santa—this one’s for you. From one corner of the Internet to the other, we corralled our favorite kitchen items for pet lovers. Figurines, teapots, waffle makers—they’re all here. Continue on and prepare for cuteness overload!

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Dachshund Paper Towel Holder

They say that dogs are a man’s best friend. Well, this quirky paper towel holder ($48) won’t disappoint. It will stay true to its image—no matter what scrumptious mess the cook whips up.

Purchase here.

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Woodland Park Animal Salt & Pepper Shakers

Over the years, Kate Spade has become a household name in regards to fashion, and it’s no wonder why—she’s a design genius. These delightfully unique salt and pepper shakers ($30) are the brand’s wink at the culinary industry, and are just what you need to spice up your next dinner party.

Purchase here.

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Animal Shapes Waffle Maker

Why eat regular waffles when you can eat ones shaped like adorable animals? This animal shapes waffle maker ($30) makes your breakfast almost too cute to eat…almost! With its non-stick coating, it’ll have your yummy creations sticking to your ribs—not the griddle.

Purchase here.

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Animal Stack Figurine

Take one look at this adorable animal stack figurine ($28) and try not to smile. We dare you. With just the right amount of whimsy and charm, we’re willing to bet you couldn’t do it; your family and friends won’t be able to either. On top of it all, we like its message: “eat more fish.”

Purchase here.

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Cat Wine Holders

If you own a cat—no, if you’ve ever spent five minutes around a cat—then you know how hilariously accurate these cat wine holders ($40) are. With four different styles (ahem, breeds) to choose from, you can get a different one for each blend. A calico for your cabernet, if you will.

Purchase here.

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Cow Creamers

There is something oddly satisfying (and Pioneer Woman-y) about pouring your coffee creamer from a cow-shaped creamer ($13). With its classic all-white finish, it’ll look great on the table of the most upscale apartment, or on the counter of a rustic farmhouse.

Purchase here.

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Bear Spoon Holder

This sweet bear spoon holder ($26) is strong enough to hold your spoon that’s covered in marinara (or frosting or batter), and sweet enough to hold your heart. Place this little guy on your counter and you’ll always have a cute little helper in the kitchen.

Purchase here.

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Handmade Embossing Rolling Pin

Your family and friends will go nuts over this squirrel-engraved embossing rolling pin ($29). With this thing, filling your cookie jar has never been easier. But don’t stop at cookies. Imagine the pie crusts it can produce!

Purchase here.

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Ceramic Rooster Teapot

This unique rooster teapot ($32) will have you struttin’ your stuff whenever you have guests over for a tea party. Whether it’s a welcomed addition to your collection, or will be used to heat and serve your tea, one thing’s for sure: With its vivid colors and charming design, it will attract the attention of all who pass by.

Purchase here.

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Ceramic Elephant Mug

Any animal lover would be proud to drink their tea from this elephant mug ($14). Though the overall shape of the mug is charming in and of itself, the best part of the mug would have to be the small pocket in the elephant’s head where you can place your spent tea bag.

Purchase here.

Kaila Harmon
Kaila Harmon is a California native who has a deep passion for writing that has been with her from a young age. She owns a small business in which she creates various handmade home decor pieces and novelties that showcase the beauty and humor in everyday life. Before owning her small business, she obtained a Yoga Teacher Certificate and has taught both yoga and meditation off and on throughout the past ten years.

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