Most pet drying rooms we see on the internet today are compact and made for medium-sized breeds. However, industrial design academy Designer Dot and design student Lee Da-eun wanted to change this notion and introduced a drying room for cats that is really-really humongous. Dubbed DMuse, the fun drying room is designed for drying and amusement of felines.
The pet dryer has a very weird-looking design and appears more like an alien object than a dryer to me. Nevertheless, still a concept for now, it brings two features required by a cat parent together. It offers a sauna-like experience to your spoiled feline and even serves as a hidden bed.
The drying room is located a bit upwards and cats can access the room via a sloping ramp which features an integrated lift or door (whatever you like calling it). The door shuts once the cat enters inside and starting the drying process with internal heat funnels and convex glass covering. There are also two glass windows that lets her view outside during the entire process.
As far as the control is concerned, it is totally in your hands. Users can operate the drying chamber from a digital touch panel outside the unit. Similar to a drying machine, there are a number of control options including the stage of play, wind strength, and drying time.
If you think your cat will get immensely bored inside the dry room – the answer is no. In order to satiate the predator instincts, the pet dryer and bed allows you to play with your cat to play a whack-a-mole game. Overall, DMuse is a great pet accessory that minimizes the stress of bathing and provides enjoyable drying time to cats.
Most box-shaped dry rooms available in the market limit the movement of cats and they can feel uncomfortable from entering the small space. May be considering this, DMuse cat dryer is designed as a large unit that is intended to be used as a pet toy, furniture and shelter.
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