Desk Nest™: A Unique Desktop Cat Bed
Does your kitty like to lie on your desk when you’re working on your computer? I know mine do. Charlie usually likes to lay between me and the keyboard, slowing down my efficiency process.
Cat lover and entrepreneur, Scott Salzman, experienced this issue with his kitties and set out to find a solution. Scott has invented a desktop cat perch, Desk Nest that can help alleviate the issue of having your kitties in the wrong spot. In other words, Scott had the desire to keep his kitties close by and involved, but without them being directly involved.
The Desk Nest cat bed is a desktop cat perch that attaches to your desk, table, shelf, coffee table, nightstand, or just about any flat surface. It supports kitties and pups that weigh up to 20 lbs. and it’s adjustable – it can either float over a desk or swivel over the ground, allowing you to keep your surface area clear. Desk Nest is currently in the refinement stages of development.
Desk Nest™ and Kickstarter
Scott hopes to raise the funds for manufacturing for Desk Nest bed for cats by running a Kickstarter campaign. By supporting the Kickstarter campaign, you will be able to pre-purchase Desk Nest at a substantial discount. If you would be interested in getting one for your kitty, and get in on the super early bird discounts you can sign up for the Desk Nest newsletter.
Additionally, Scott is on the hunt for videos and photos of kitties that are “in the way” on a desk! As you can see, his current video is lacking kitties:
If you’re interested, you can earn $50 per video and $20 per photo if your submission is chosen for their campaign. Please learn more about the submission process here.
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