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Folks Are Sharing The Tiny Furniture They Bought For Their Pets And It's Too Cute

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If you have a beloved pet, you know how important they are. It's like everything they do — from eat and play and sleep, to even the annoying things they do, like bite your furniture or shed fur all over your pristine black clothes — is absolutely adorable. 

Because we absolutely adore them, they can do no wrong in our eyes, no matter how much of a bad boy they are being. And that's why we want to shower them with affection and love, and treats. Sometimes those treats come in the form of bite-sized cookies, but often times, they come in the form of actual furniture.

Writer Ariel Dumas has a cool job working for the Late Show with Stephen Colbert, and a cool cat who has its own little couch in her home. Dumas very generously shared a photo of this cuteness with her Twitter followers, recommending they get themselves an animal-sized couch for any animals living in the house. So they can really spread out and lounge.

Dumas is in touch with the zeitgeist, as the responses proved.

There is apparently a world of tiny animal couches out there, filled with fond users. A simple Amazon search and a sum of about $20 will be enough to prove this to anyone who is filled with doubt.

Dogs gets them, too:

Some are dual-purpose. They can be a place to rest or scratch, as the guest wishes:

How about a little bed instead? With JAMMIES!

How 'bout a bun in the bed?

It never stops being cute:

Though as some people have pointed out, the animal chooses their bed, not you. Especially cats.

You're the purrniture.