artist:carpdime bed box cardboard domestic home kibble kitchen room safe

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carpdime: Keeping fluffies in small domestic spaces.

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Basswhooper: I'm so glad you're back. :)
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Anonymous1: You can always abandon it if it proves too difficult to keep in a small space.

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Oculus: I like this. Not everyone can afford a nice fancy playpen for their fluffy, and I could see an arrangement like this occurring for fluffy owners in the developing world.
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Anonymous2: I’m glad you’re back!
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Dunderbolts: My only question is where's the bathroom. That aside, nice to see some compact apartment/tiny home fluffy 'safe room' concept
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Fluffus: @Oculus: Agree. Two things always struck me as about mainstream HCs.

1) The concept of a safe room. The idea that people would generally have an extra, unused room they could fully refurb as a pet pen. Maybe in the US? Certainly not in most of the world. I like the recent bootu trend where people repurpose broom cabinets, large closets, and the like.

2) Financial independence. It’s not as huge a trend as it once was, but the older stories are packed with people who won the lottery, struck big on bitcoin, wrote a bestseller book, or inherited huge wealth. Then they got into fluffies kinda to pass the time.

In closing: go, go Carpdime.
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Anonymous3: That mattress makes me uncomfortable.
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Anonymous4: There are shitstains all over the floor.
Reminds me the time I kept a Guinea Pig.
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Anonymous5: Man, I understand it's hard to keep a pet in a limited space, but bruh that's no excuse to have a mattresses that looks that piss-encrusted.

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FoxHoarder: I find this uniquely heartwarming. Fluffies are cheap, so it's easy to imagine how someone this poor would enjoy the company of a fluffy little friend. The room doesn't look like much, but the fluffy makes it feel like a home. :)
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Anonymous6: $1,500 a month, tenant pays utilities
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Anonymous7: This is more a case for microfluffies tbh

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Fuun: Suspicious stains everywhere, including the walls.

My guess is that not only the fluffy makes bad poopies everywhere in this room.

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AIDS: Looks like my first apartment.
I would have liked to have a fluffy.
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Anonymous8: ... not sure what is more filthy ... the box or the room ...
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BrotherGrimm: Odin's balls! Carpdime is back?! Happy fuckin birthday to me!
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HurtComfortBox: I love this! I really like the way you design spaces. Your artwork actually was what inspired me to start writing! Thank you for all the wonderful art.
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Sunite: Yes, I always thought you do not need to use a new room, or even a closet as safe room for your fluffy friend. You can use a simple baby playpen.It can be enough you just a corner of you house, set it up and put the fluffy inside in it. Its wall is some kind of net, but if a baby cannot get of it then I am sure a fluffy will not, either.
It is cheaper then a complet safe room. Your only problem is the casual cleaning. You know, even the most well trained and anyway good natured fluffy has accidents.
You should cover the floor of pen with something that easy to clean.

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RQ: Less cruel than a pillowfluff