ARCHDALE, N.C., Feb. 15 /PRNewswire/ -- The Sealy Snooze Report, in its
quest to answer all questions surrounding sleep, today finds two out of three
dog and cat owners (67%) routinely bed down with their furry friends. For
years, dogs and cats have worked their way into our hearts, and now they've
found their way into our beds.
The bed is a sanctuary, a place for everything soft and comfortable, and
should represent ultimate relaxation. Considering what your furry friends may
have been digging up in the backyard, do you really want to share that space
with your pet? Or, do you throw open the covers selflessly and generously
share a spot on your Sealy Posturepedic?
Toss'n and turn'n. Sealy asked men and women who's more disturbing to
your sleep: pets or partners. Overall 51% say it's their partner who's the
disturbance, while 38% feel it's their pet. May we suggest a king-size
Gender Gap. Men apparently need a lot of space from both, pet and
partners, 14% were unable to decide who is most annoying. However, women were
much more decisive, 55% said their partner was far more annoying than their
pet. Studies have shown that women have a harder time sleeping than men ...
wonder whose fault that is????
Solitary slumbers. Of all polled pet owners, 33% stood firm that there is
no room in bed for man's best friend or their feisty felines. These
respondents said they NEVER allow their pets in bed with them.
No matter who you sleep with, dog or cat, or, lack thereof, Sealy wishes
you continued sweet dreams!
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About The Sealy Snooze Report
The Sealy Snooze Report is produced by Sealy, the largest bedding
manufacturer in the world, in its ongoing effort to address all topics, both
serious and light, regarding sleep and its role in society. This poll was
conducted on-line by MarketTools (http://www.markettools.com). Survey results
are based on 946 total respondents who were asked a series of questions
surrounding their sleep habits. This press release summarizes the results
compiled from this survey.
Sealy is the largest bedding manufacturer in the world, and is the leading
bedding company in Canada. Including its subsidiaries, Sealy has 30
manufacturing plants in the United States, Canada, France, Italy, Brazil,
Argentina and Mexico. There are a total of 12 international licensees
operating in Spain, Portugal, Australia, Israel, Jamaica, Dominican Republic,
Saudi Arabia, Japan, New Zealand, Thailand, South Africa, the Bahamas and the
United Kingdom. In addition to its licensees, Sealy has a joint venture in
Southeast Asia and Korea.
Sealy produces and sells a full range of mattresses under the Sealy, Sealy
Posturepedic(R), Stearns & Foster and Bassett brand names. Sealy-branded
licensed products include: crib mattresses, sheets, pillows, mattress pads and
comforters, office chairs, futons and sleep sofas. More information on Sealy,
Inc. can be accessed at http://www.sealy.com.
SOURCE Sealy, Inc.