Pet Your Shirt is a division of Whatever Arts, LLC.
We are a T-Shirt and Garment Printer. We use a digital printer that prints directly on clothing -- t-shirts, sweatshirts, aprons, tote bags. Whatever Arts can help you with the design of your shirts as well as the printing. You can send us logos and info about your team, event, company, etc. and we can give you ideas for a t-shirt design. We can print one t-shirt or 1,000. No minimum order.
Email us at firstname.lastname@example.org and we can give you an estimate of the cost of your project.
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Follow Pet Your Shirt at www.facebook.com/PetYourShirt to see the shirts we have printed.
Some of our clients include:
Art at Joe's, wearable artwork from the Evanston, IL illustrator and fine artist, Joe Taylor.
DuPage County Animal Care and Control, a local animal shelter in the western suburbs of Chicago. Whatever Arts prints shirts for the shelter staff, the volunteers, the Summer Day Camp program and rescue t-shirts sold to the public to raise money for the shelter.
Piece Pizzeria & Brewery, offers award-winning home brewed beers and New Haven style pizza in the Wicker Park neighborhood of Chicago. We've printed t-shirts for the restaurant.
BroBagel, a new bagel bakery, also in the Wicker Park neighborhood of Chicago. We've printed shirts and aprons for their employees.
Pet Your Shirt was founded, in part, because of our love of animals. All of our pets are rescues or strays. After our beloved 18-year-old cat, Max died in 2004, our family was heartbroken. We told our kids we would get a cat from the local shelter, DuPage County Animal Care & Control. We came home with two kittens, Rex and Otto. Shortly after that a mother cat wondered into our neighbor's garage and gave birth to a litter of kittens. One of them looked just like Max, so of course we had to adopt him, Duke.
Three cats were not enough fun for the kids, or work for their mom, so we decided it was time for a puppy. We adopted Eddie from Don't Bully My Breed. He was one of a litter of 7 puppies found abandoned in a barn in the snowstorm of December 2006. We surprised our kids with Eddie as a Christmas present.
Through the years we have been volunteering at DCACC, the animal shelter where we adopted Rex and Otto. The people at the shelter have become our friends and business partners, as we have printed shirts for their staff, volunteers, day campers and fundraisers. So in starting this company we decided we wanted to share with the shelters and rescues that have helped us find our family pets, the shelters and rescues that do so much good for homeless animals, and it only seemed fitting that the first group that we share with would be DCACC.