- Two university students from Vancouver have created the world’s first giant dog bed for humans
- The human dog bed looks exactly like a huge dog bed and can comfortably fit two people
- The bed is made with memory foam, orthopedic foam and faux fur to provide a cozy experience
Seen dogs fall asleep fast and felt envious of their cozy bed?
Noah Silverman and Yuki Kinoshita, who co-founded Plufl, have developed the world’s first human dog bed to help alleviate stress and anxiety.
The human dog bed looks exactly like a huge dog bed and can comfortably fit two people.
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The bed is made with memory foam, orthopedic foam and faux fur to provide a cozy experience.
Noah and Yuki were inspired by a local coffee shop and their Great Dane named Lady. They noticed Lady had a customized bed and thought, “Why shouldn’t people have this too?”
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They raised $379,000 from Kickstarter crowdfunding.
The high-quality faux fur is anti-microbial and machine washable and the bed itself is portable.
“The Plufl is not only extremely cozy and comfortable, it also makes you feel secure and safe,” the student founders said in a promotional video on the website.
The human dog bed costs $400 (Rs 31,000).
Netizens called it a “dream come true”.
“OMG, this is my dream.”
“If I purchased this, I would never leave it.”
“As someone who works at a vet clinic and takes naps on the huge dog bed instead of the couch during night shifts I highly approve.”
Some people thought the human god bed was too expensive, with one person saying, “I had so much hope it wouldn’t be too expensive.”
The company explained, “Our price reflects the cost of producing plusls using ethical production and sustainable materials.”
Would you buy a human dog bed for yourself?