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Do they make them big enough for humans? Asking for a friend.
While my cat would be just as happy with a paper bag as a hidey-hole in my living room, this Sphere cat bed from Vancouver-based Tuft and Paw is decidedly more attractive.
A yarn cocoon is supported by a metal frame with tapered beech-wood legs—and inside that circular door, my Zoe will find a cozy cotton cushion. Do they make them big enough for humans? Asking for a friend.
Sphere cat bed, $299, available at tuftandpaw.com