IKEA donated doll beds to a cat shelter in Canada, and now we can’t get enough of seeing them sleeping on their brand new beds.IKEA’s doll-sized beds weren’t originally meant for cats, in fact they do have a set of more traditional products dedicated to pets, but since their doll beds are just the perfect size for kitties, our furry friends at the Etobicoke Humane Society in Ontario, Canada, no longer need to sleep on the cold, hard floor during the winter.
“Our floors are easy to clean but not terribly comfortable to lay on,” the Etobicoke Humane Society wrote on their Facebook page. IKEA donated the shelter 10 Duktig doll beds, enough to fill the kitten room, along with a $300 contribution.The Etobicoke Humane Society has been around for more than 25 years. They aim to protect, care for and improve the welfare of animals under their care, and they are a 100% volunteer run, no-kill shelter.
You can check out their Instagram for photos of animals at their shelter.
IKEA does not sell cat beds or any pet furniture.
However, people recently discovered and shared photos of them converting the doll beds as beds for their pets.
IKEA donated 10 Duktig Doll beds to the Etobicoke Humane Society in Ontario, Canada.
The doll beds come with a bed linen set and are made of pine wood.
Just the perfect size for cats to curl in!
The cats at the shelter don’t need to sleep on the cold, hard floor anymore.While the Duktig doll beds in this case have been used for kittens, they might be also perfect for other small-sized pets, like puppies and bunnies.