IKEA wants your pet to be stylish

IKEA has a new collection just for pets. 

Cruise giant Carnival plans to resume sailings from Puerto Rico on Sunday. Carnival says it will depart from San Juan late on Sunday on a seven-night southern Caribbean voyage. USA Today says while many areas of Puerto Rico still are in the early stages of recovery from the storm, Carnival said an assessment of the terminal facilities, support services and local conditions in the San Juan area where the 2,000-passenger Fascination docks found it ready for cruise operations to resume.

Apple has canceled a project about Elvis Presley that was to be produced by the Weinstein Company. Deadline says the move came one day after the indie film studio ousted its co-founder Harvey Weinstein in the wake of a sexual harassment scandal.

Hyundai says it will allow U.S. shoppers to return their vehicles within three days if they're not happy with their purchase. It's also letting buyers fill out all the paperwork online and offering flexible test drives where cars are delivered directly to consumers.

Gap is selling subscription boxes for baby clothes. Internet Retailer reports that Gap initially launched its program with a limited number of loyal shoppers. Over time, and quietly, it's been expanded to a wider audience and is now featured online. Each outfit box contains six pieces of clothing and shoppers have three weeks to decide if they want to keep the clothes.

IKEA has a new collection just for pets. The new LURVIG collection, which means "shaggy" in Swedish, launched in the United States and a handful of other countries. Mashable says it includes a plush dog bed, fancy scratching mat a padded cat house.

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