Fur Real Pet owner Peter Billingsley has been known to have a little bit of a fur-crazed streak.
But as the owner of several adorable and unique pets, he has learned that sometimes the best way to make an adorable animal special is to let it out of its crate.
“It’s the same reason why I have cats, I want them to have the best of everything,” Billingsly told Newsweek.
“I don’t want them looking like a dog.”
Billingsley is a furry aficionado who’s been creating his own fur for more than 10 years.
As the owner and groomer of several plush pups, he’s also learned to be flexible when it comes to letting them out of their crates.
And because fur is such a versatile fabric, the best part of fur is the opportunity to play with it.
“I have to make sure they’re not a liability, they’re just as cute as they were when they were first born,” he said.
“Because they can’t be too long, they have to be small and compact.
I can just throw them in a crate with my cat or dogs.
That’s my main focus.”
Billingley is also known for creating custom plush toys for pets.
He’s had the opportunity both to create plush pets and to create a whole new line of plush toys.
He started his line in 2008 with the goal of creating plush toys that would appeal to everyone from children to adults.
Now, the Fur Real Pups range from a simple wooden stuffed animal to plush toys with animals ranging from bears to rabbits.
Billingsly said that as he started his Fur Real pets line, his pet-loving family was all over the place.
“We had dogs, cats, horses, cats and dogs,” he recalled.
“It was like I was always trying to find something new to do with our pets.
It was just fun to make something new for them.”
When it comes down to it, Billingsler says that creating a plush toy for an animal can be hard work.
“My pet owners have been very protective of their toys,” he explained.
“They like to keep them in the house because they’re a great addition to the home.
But it’s really hard for them to let go of a toy if it’s not a favorite.
It’s so important for a pet owner to let their pets go when they’re done.”
The Fur Real pet owners often have to learn new tricks, like letting their furry friends out of the crate and even giving them new toys to play in, to make their toys feel like their own.
But when it’s time to let out their pets, Billingley says that they don’t hesitate to try new things.
“If you don’t have time to get a new toy out of your crate, you can always try a new one,” he told Newsweek, explaining that you can play with the toys and even make new friends with them.
Billingly’s Fur Real Animals line has been making the rounds since 2008 and he’s enjoyed seeing how the furry toys have been getting out of control.
And while some of the toys have grown bigger and more complex, they’ve also gotten more and more adorable, and Billingsy hopes that the line will continue to grow as his pets are more popular.