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WATCH: Cat tries out comfy furniture in viral Japanese ad

/ 04:45 PM October 22, 2017

Image: YouTube/Okawa City Hall (大川市役所)

Japanese interior designers, in partnership with the city of Okawa, released a video ad featuring furniture for cats.

Designed by Hiromatsu Furniture and Tateno Wood Art Co., the miniature furniture seen on the ad were in fact made as a statement: if a cat, known to be very picky about where they stay, finds the furniture comfortable enough, then it could be good enough for humans.

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The ad promotes the particular wood craftsmanship native to Okawa. Both companies are located in the city, as reported by SoraNews24.

Image: YouTube/Okawa City Hall (大川市役所)

The featured “cat furniture” were not meant to be sold. However, positive reactions from the ad made the companies reconsider crafting for-sale pieces. The video has gotten over 100,000 views and 400 likes, as of this writing.

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Perhaps cat lovers from overseas would be inclined to purchase a mini sofa for their pets. Alfred Bayle/JB

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