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This Kickstarter Campaign Wants to Print Your Pet's Face on Your Swimmers

Petflair's customisable swimwear range will raise money for pet re-homing charity Pound Paws.
By Libby Curran
September 15, 2017
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This Kickstarter Campaign Wants to Print Your Pet's Face on Your Swimmers

Petflair's customisable swimwear range will raise money for pet re-homing charity Pound Paws.
By Libby Curran
September 15, 2017
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No matter how many times you let them up on the couch, how will your pet truly know you love them unless you've got their furry little face emblazoned on your togs and beach towel?

Well, you might soon be able to turn that slightly weird dream into a reality, thanks to a Sydney company called Petflair and its range of customisable swimwear. Currently funding on Kickstarter, the project will allow devoted pet owners to upload an image of their animal and have it splashed across one of Petflair's colourful swimsuit designs. It isn't all indulgence either — Petflair has been created to support local rescue and re-homing charity Pound Paws, who aim to encourage Australians to adopt from shelters and pounds. So not only will you get to spend the summer swanning around with your pooch, kitty, bunny or bird printed on your swimmers, but you'll be doing it for an excellent cause.

The team's designed swim briefs for guys and a trio of women's one-pieces, all crafted from durable Italian fabrics, as well as a beach towel and a canvas beach bag. They've even got some nifty sticker sets, if, for some reason, you want a slightly more subtle homage to your four-legged mate.

If after reading this you've already taken out your credit card, you can donate to Petflair's Kickstarter campaign up until October 12. At the moment they need to raise $5000 to reach their goal of $15,000.

Published on September 15, 2017 by Libby Curran

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