A suitable idea in difficult times when working from home due to the epidemic.👏👏👏
I need this in my life.🪑
Since the ‘C.O.V.I.D-1.9’ pandemic began, many people have had to work from home. It seems that everyone sees the home as an office, today and employers are having to adapt more flexibly when it comes to workplace locations.
For those who are working from home, this allows them to spend more time with their pets. Naturally, furry friends will be delighted when their owners are at home and they won’t want to leave their owners for a minute. While this is great, it can also be problematic.
Sometimes it’s hard to focus on work, make a picture call, or type properly when a dog or cat is sitting on your lap demanding your attention. Even if they’re still and taking a nap, it’s hard because moving can wake them up.
Simone Giertz who invented this idea.🪑👏
Giertz is a Swedish inventor and YouTuber, and instead of sitting still while her dog pesteres her with need and love, she thinks and decides to do something about it. solve this problem.
Giertz created an everyday work chair for pets in need, so that pets can comfortably sit next to their owners while they work.
As she explains, “My dog would actually enjoy it more if I made myself a dog bed. Since I wasn’t too interested in that project, I decided to build a chair for her. “
Giertz first shared his concept on Twitter, saying, “I built a chair for needy pets that always want to sit next to you.”
Many people were so excited about the idea, that post resonated with a lot of comments and shared photos of them trying to work from home with their pets.
The design chair has a ladder that allows pets to easily access their designated seat.
The chair is quite spacious with plenty of space for the small pet to curl up next to the owner. Giertz also shares the entire process of creating the chair on her YouTube channel.
Check out the video below for yourself:
The chair was first shared on May 30, but some speculated it could be an April Fools joke. It has received a positive response from the community, hopefully it is a creation taken seriously!
What do you think about the needy pet chair? Can you use one for your home office? Let us know!