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Time for a cat nap

When we think of cats, we think of a life of comfort: cuddly sofa compadres that view chilling as an Olympic sport. While foxes may have their dens and penguins have each other, cats have your living room. So with their soft purring, delicate grooming, and endless naps, cat duvet covers seem like a natural choice for a cosy bed. Wrapped in softness to rival your own kitten’s furry coat, you’ll be snoozing away in no time. The only difficulty will be getting up again. Luckily for cats, the day doesn’t consist of much else other than snoozing and snacking. And we could all take a page out of their book.

Clever kittens

We aren’t claiming that our feline friends make for better pets than canines. That would be absurd. But cats’ brains are incredibly similar to our own, boasting over 300 million neurons—and that’s far more than dogs have. Just saying.

Cherished or demonised by humanity throughout the ages, very few people are left sitting on the fence when it comes to cats. One thing is clear though: our artists have fallen hard for these whiskered, four-pawed beauties. So purr yourself to sleep with your favourite cat duvet cover. More of the nocturnal, howling type that can’t seem to fall asleep? Maybe some wolf bedding is the right way to go.

Felines of fortune

Cats are a symbol of good luck the world over. In Japan, the famous Maneki-Neko talismans bring good fortune. In Thailand, it’s claimed that felines can predict earthquakes and forecast the weather. Meanwhile, back in rainy Britain where predicting the weather isn’t such an impressive feat, black cats in particular are a sign of good luck. If you’re looking for a night-time omen, look no further. Cat duvet covers will ensure that lady luck is smiling down on you while you drift off to sleep.

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