He Thinks He’s People #Kuranda


Mr. N thought chewing on top of the un-assembled Kuranda bed would be helpful.
Inspector Bones would have a very easy time solving the mystery at our house. He is the Kuranda detective who visits homes to solve pet mystery cases involving pets who are having an “identity crisis.” Mr. N pretty much thinks he’s people. Open and shut case! 
Kuranda Dog & Cat Beds creates orthopedic, chew-proof dog and cat beds used in numerous shelters and rescues across the country including several shelters here in Portland. We will be donating the one that we were sent to a shelter here. I deliberately asked for a medium-sized bed (which is huge for Mr. N) as I wanted to donate the bed.
We haven’t tested out the chew-proof capabilities as Mr. N does not chew on furniture. They’re very sturdy though. Mr. N likes to leap onto the bed in a full sprint as he’s chasing toys around the house. Mr. N who is a connoisseur of softness (he likes silk and down) finds the bed agreeable and likes to chew on top of the bed. The boyfriend informs me that it is also relatively easy to assemble and he was done in a few minutes. 
Kuranda’s photo contest, Fido Files invites people to share those special moments when they catch their dogs sleeping in human spaces without the humans. The lucky winner will win a free Kuranda dog bed in the fabric and color of their choice. If Mr. N is napping, he is almost always curled up on the couch or a chair or the bed. 
Pet owners can submit photos of their dogs for a chance to win at this link. June 14th is the deadline and the winner of the “Identity Crisis” contest will be announced on Kuranda’s Facebook page
The company is also donating five percent of all sales made through the “shop here” link on the Fido Files page to Service Dog Project, a non-profit in Ipswich, Massachusetts that has donated over 100 Great Danes as service dogs to individuals who are mobility impaired.
If you wish to enter, don’t delay! The deadline is fast approaching. 

This post was sponsored by Kuranda. They are not responsible for the contents of this article. All opinions expressed are our own. 




28 Responses

  1. Janet Keefe

    June 13, 2016 10:47 pm

    Mr. N looks pretty darn happy! My dogs definitely all suffer from that identity crisis. We really should enter this contest, I probably have a billion photos of them lounging on the bed or couches without the humans!

  2. Beth

    June 15, 2016 4:52 pm

    Barley also has moments when she thinks she's a person–and other times she thinks she's a cat, but the moments when she accepts she's a dog are few and far between.

  3. Elizabeth Keene

    June 16, 2016 12:08 am

    The shelter where I do most of my fostering uses only Kuranda beds and they last a long time. This is a great cause and contest. I'd let Mr. N sleep in my area if he wanted to!

  4. Diane Holland

    June 16, 2016 12:13 am

    Awe! My pups think they are people too. We don't care, we treat them like people 🙂 We have a Kuranda bed here and love it! It's especially great for my senior girl with arthritis!

  5. Sadie and Co.

    June 16, 2016 1:28 am


    Such a fun contest. I'm sorry I missed it. It makes me laugh whenever my husband and/or I get up to get ready for work. Henry will run up and steal the empty space – head on pillow. These Kuranda beds look fantastic!


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