Employees of an animal shelter in Canada thought it would be cute if they could get Ikea doll beds for their rescued cats to lounge in until they're adopted, and Ikea agreed.
The Etobicoke Humane Society told The Toronto Star that Ikea donated 10 Duktig doll beds to the shelter. A video posted on YouTube shows shelter workers constructing the beds and the cats checking them out.
Ikea also donated $300 to the Humane Society, as staff at the Etobicoke store had already been participating in a fundraising campaign and the Humane Society was the selected charity.
Some of the shelter's cats took to the doll beds quickly, while at least one cat decided to hide underneath one of the tiny beds.
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