You can get a custom painted planter of your pet’s face and they’re adorable


Love looking at your pet‘s sweet face every day? Although nothing can replace the real thing, you can now get a custom painted planter of your pet’s face, and they’re too cute.

Available on the Meow 3D Online Shop on Etsy, the custom planters come in three sizes: standard ($119.95), large ($139.95) and mega ($199).

All you have to do is send pictures of your cat or dog through Etsy convo or by email to Although cats and dogs are the most common requests, Meow3D says they can do just about any animal, so if you have an exotic pet, you can have their face on a planter, too.


You can’t help but smile when you see a succulent sprouting from that adorable pup’s head. If you’re the type who has trouble remembering to water your plants, I’m guessing that it being housed in a replica of your beloved pet’s head might be just the reminder you need.

As you can see, the replicas are pretty spot-on in their depictions of the real animals.


This feline version is adorable as well.


One of these planters would make a great gift for any pet-lover in your life. The seller says they’re ready to ship in one to two weeks, so you have plenty of time to get one for Mother’s Day, Father’s Day, graduation or any other upcoming spring celebrations. The store has a solid five out of five-star rating from customers, so you can be confident you’re getting a quality product.

Plants aren’t the only things you can put in these cheeky containers. This 12-inch version is designed to be a fruit bowl:

Just call your pup Canine Miranda!

Meow 3D also has other fun animal-related swag, like this T-Rex tape dispenser:


These tiny cuddling owl figurines would be the perfect accent for a mantel or coffee table.


Animals, Gardening, Gift Ideas, Home, Pets, Products
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