Human-Sized ‘Pet House’ Is A Safe Space For Those Not Cut Out For Adulting
Composite image by DesignTAXI. Background images via Bibilab
Just in case you need a hiding spot to get away from taxes and movie spoilers, a Japanese retailer has the perfect little haven for you.
Novelty brand Bibilab has designed a ‘Human Pet House’ for a rather specific target market: people who aspire to be lazy felines. Apparently, the company ran a questionnaire, and 77.5% of 448 recipients answered that they wanted “to become a cat.”
With this cozy, human-sized abode designed by a legitimate cat bed maker, you’ll only have pet-related problems to worry about, such as when you’ll ever be fed again or why your shadow won’t leave you alone.
In the event that you need to run after a mouse, you can be rest assured that you won’t trip over, as the “house” sits on anti-slip material. It’s also lined with extra fluffy cushioning to ensure you’ll be kneading it like a true-blue kitty.
The item, said to be “six times” the size of a regular cat house, is available on Amazon Japan at JP¥12,207 (US$112)—nine lives not included.
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[via SoraNews24, images via Bibilab]