University students create giant dog beds for humans

Dog bed isolated against white background
Dog bed isolated against white background Photo credit Getty Images/WesAbrams

Fellas, any time your spouse makes you sleep in the “dog house,” now you can do so a little more comfortably.

A pair of university students from Vancouver, Canada were so jealous of how soft and comfortable their pets’ beds looked, they decided to create some human-sized ones for themselves!

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“Why should dogs have all the fun?” ask Noah Silverman and Yuki Kinoshita co-founders of Plufl, designers of giant dog beds, but for people!

According to the New York Post, the bed is made of 4-inch-thick, orthopedic memory foam, covered in plush faux fur, and shaped with a body-hugging design.

The Plufl does carry a hefty price tag of $399, which the creators say “reflects the cost of producing Plufls using ethical production and sustainable materials.”

You can sign up for the waitlist on Kickstarter.

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