WITH winter on the way and most of us spending the majority of our time at home, there’s never been a better time to invest in some slippers.
But rather than buying a generic pair, you can now get some cosy footwear which looks exactly like your beloved pet.
Company Cuddle Clones create exact replicas of your furry friends, and they’re so realistic it’s safe to say the animals themselves seem confused.
Whether it’s a cat or a dog, all you need to do is send the company a snap of your pet and they’ll do the rest.
The website says: “Take your favorite pet for a walk in a whole new way!
“Our plush slippers are handcrafted from the highest quality faux fur and capture all the unique details of your pet!
“A purr-fect present for anyone who’s pet obsessed.”
Social media is awash with snaps of the personalised pet slippers next to the animal that inspired them, and the resemblance is uncanny.
One fan said: "Thank you so much for the amazing slippers. Frank thinks they are his siblings. He nuzzles them and barks at them wondering why they don't play with him.."
- Plush slippers, Cuddle Clones, £152 – buy now
Another happy pet owner wrote: "I was stunned when I saw my slippers.
"So was Chloe. Suddenly she had two Chloes in front of her. I started putting these superbly crafted slippers separately around the house.
"They are so beautiful, so artistically made I can’t bear to wear them as slippers."
While a third raved: "I have friends that thought I got two more dogs from posting this picture. Love my slippers."
The lifelike slippers, which come in child sizes all the way up to XL, have been reduced from £192 to £152.
If that’s still out of your price range, you can always pop them on your Christmas wish list.
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