A mattress filled with cotton. Such was the request received by cotton gin builder Daniel Haynes in 1881. Haynes, a resident of Sealy, Texas, obliged and soon was inundated with orders for the plush mattresses. Within a few years, Haynes sold his patents to a larger company, and Sealy’s cotton-filled mattresses became a coveted item in American homes, replacing older models filled with straw and retired slinkies. Well over a century later, the company remains committed to scientifically based innovations that can improve one’s quality of sleep. With insight from the company’s in-house Orthopedic Advisory Board and testing at the Pressure Mapping Center of Excellence, each mattress faces considerable scrutiny before it can earn the name “Sealy.”
This Sealy pet blanket was the perfect complement for the Sealy pet bed I had bought a few weeks ago. During this very cold winter my dog loves having his Sealy blanket to snuggle on, and be covered up with. Makes a good cover for our sofa when he likes to snuggle on the people furniture also.
I just received my Sealy dog blanket that I bought for my new puppy. It is so soft and cozy and it makes me want to snuggle with her even more. I can see myself using this on the couch, in the car and in her crate.