Cat Socks For Tables And Chairs That Protect Your Floor – Design You Trust

Cat Socks For Tables And Chairs That Protect Your Floor


Behold, possibly the most awesome and useful pair of socks you could possibly give to someone. These Nekoashi chair socks, by Japanese design company Toyo Case, fit on the ends of spindly chair legs or any other furniture bits that you want to stop from scratching your floor. Your furniture will now also look adorable to boot!

h/t: Bored Panda, laughingsquid


The chair-socks come in a variety of catty colors, so you can match them with your feline friend or collect them. We’re sure that they’d work in a pinch for tables as well.


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