NEW YORK ( TheStreet) -- Apple has finally found a device that is attracting the attention of corporations, Jim Cramer said during Thursday's Stop Trading! segment on CNBC. Traditionally, corporations -- especially financial firms -- have mostly been interested in Hewlett-Packard ( HPQ) and Intel ( INTC) (a stock Cramer owns for his Charitable Trust). But Cramer said he is hearing corporate Web designers that are already starting to get applications together for the iPad. Cramer also owns Apple for his Charitable Trust. Meanwhile, Cramer declared that he is disappointed in Ciena's ( CIEN) bigger-than-expected first-quarter loss. For those investors looking for Internet speed with no road blocks, Cramer instead recommends F5 Networks ( FFIV) or JDS Uniphase ( JDSU). Switching over to the adorable puppy sector, Cramer noted that PetSmart ( PETM) hit a 52-week high today after it reported strong fourth-quarter earnings and an optimistic 2010 outlook. Cramer added there is, in his opinion, significant opportunity in the pet market. Del Monte ( DLM) reported good numbers, with a boost from sales of Milk-Bone dog treats. Likewise, Cramer says investors should also look into PetMed Express ( PETS) and VCA Antech ( WOOF), an animal healthcare company. "People are spending more money on their pets than previously thought," Cramer said.