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Human Sized Dog Beds Are The Hot New Thing!

Ever get jealous of those comfy looking beds made for our pets? Yeah, ME TOO!! Now US HUMANS can have one JUST LIKE IT! Two university students in Vancouver, Canada, who love napping, are behind these new 'human sized pet beds' that are ALL THE RAGE and going viral on Tik Tok! 

Noah Silverman and Yuki Kinoshita co-founded Plufl, and have already raised over $290,000 by supporters. Do I smell a Shark Tank visit or what?? 😁😃 According the NY Post, their ad posted on TikTok, has 9.5 million views so far, with fans agreeing "Its a dream come true". "Not a want, it’s a need" are among the comments like “If I purchased this, I would never leave it.” So how much are you willing to PAY to sleep in your new human sized pet bed? Theirs start at $399. According to the company, “Our price reflects the cost of producing Plufls using ethical production and sustainable materials.” The cozy bed is made of 4-inch-thick, orthopedic memory foam, covered in plush faux fur and shaped with a body-hugging design. The machine-washable cot weighs in at a hefty 20 pounds and measures a little more than 5.5-feet long and 3-feet wide — just big enough for one or two adult-sized humans to curl up into they say. 

Would you buy this bed? Check out their Tik Tok for more...

First ever human-sized dog bed is a 'dream come true' for jealous pet owners

A huge human-sized dog bed claims to provide 'the ultimate napping experience' - but it will put you back a staggering £320.

dog bed that has been scaled up for humans has gone viral - and it's perfect for people who are jealous of their pet's life of luxury.

It was created by two university students called Noah Silverman and Yuki Kinoshita who crowdfunded the idea, raising more than £200,000.

Their company, Plufl, promises the "ultimate napping solution", but it's not cheap - in fact it costs £320 on sale.

TikTok video which showcased the bed has been viewed 9.5 million times and fans are calling it a "dream come true", the Mirror reports.

One person commented: "OMG, this is my dream" while another said: "If I purchased this, I would never leave it."


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