Customizable e-Card Lets You Put Your Pet in the Obama White House

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A free, customizable Obama Pet Spoof from custom-t-shirts puts your pet in President Elect Barack Obama's White House.

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In the midst of global Obama mania, the custom photo-t-shirt website has created an Obama pet spoof. Pawfun's free, customized e-card puts your pet's picture into President Elect Barack Obama's family photo. You can send the Obama family photo, featuring your pet as an e-card, and print it on a custom-t-shirt. The headline on the Obama pet spoof photo says your pet was selected as the official Obama pet.

The big news on ABC TV's interview with President Elect Obama last weekend wasn't world events. The real news was that the choice of puppy for Obama's daughters, Sasha and Malia, has been narrowed to Labradoodle or Portugese Water Dog. But lots of people think their pet would be a better choice, so Pawfun's spoof e-card lets them demonstrate how well their creature would fit into the Obama family.

Pawfun - Personalized Pet-Photo-T-Shirts - the new website where you can design a custom-photo t-shirt featuring your pet - launched this week. Using Pawfun's Design Wizard, visitors can upload a photo of their pet, add speech bubbles, thought bubbles, clip art and other features to the photo, and then order it printed on a one-of-a-kind photo t-shirt. Pawfun has no minimum order, no set-up charges and a 100% satisfaction guarantee. uses high-quality Direct to Garment (DTG) printing so printed t-shirts are soft and the photo image is remarkably clear. Pawfun customers also can send friends an e-card featuring the image of their pet that they design for their t-shirts.

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