First Chief Pet Officer Ever is Named

Garfield 2 - image courtesy of Motel 6
image courtesy of Motel 6
Written by Linda Hohnholz

The very first Chief Pet Officer was named today by Motel 6, and it is none other than that famous orange lasagna-loving feline…

Garfield! Yes, that slyly likeable cartoon tabby feline is using his clout to make sure people know that Motel 6 lets your pet stay for free. To that end, CPO Garfield is celebrating in more ways than one.

First, he is introducing the Garfield Suite at Motel 6 Hollywood (of course Hollywood) and a few other places across the country. True to his furry nature, the room is decked out in orange and over the top with walls covered in orange fur and striped prints. Pets will be sure to love the cat condo, cat tree, and cat plushies… and of course similar amenities for the other 4-legged fur pets, dogs.

But hurry because this special suite is only available for a limited time in celebration of “The Garfield Movie” coming out on May 24. And there are prizes! Maybe you will be walking down the orange carpet at the movie premiere. Check it out!

Garfield Suite - image courtesy of Motel 6
Garfield Suite – image courtesy of Motel 6

And Motel 6 is not the only place your furry buddy can stay on your travel journeys. There is a literal plethora of hotels and resorts your four-legged fur baby can go with you.

Best Western Hotels & Resorts

Caesars Entertainment Corporation

Choice Hotels

Diamond Resorts International

Drury Hotels

Fairmont Hotels & Resorts

Four Seasons Hotels and Resorts

Hilton

Hyatt Hotels Corporation

InterContinental Hotels Group (IHG)

La Quinta Inns & Suites

Loews Hotels

Mandarin Oriental Hotel Group

Marriott International, Inc.

MGM Resorts International

Omni Hotels & Resorts

Red Roof Inn

The Stanford Inn by the Sea

Starwood Hotels & Resorts

Wyndham Hotels & Resorts

We can just see you and your Yorkie hanging out at Caesar’s Palace, the Waldorf Astoria, the Bellagio, or the Le Méridien with special pet mats and dishes, treats and toys as amenities to name a few.

About the author

Linda Hohnholz

Editor in chief for eTurboNews based in the eTN HQ.

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