Japanese company offers 3D portraits of pets

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Not sure what to get the pet lover in your life for the holidays?

A Japanese design company has got you covered -- the results are eye-popping.

The company called "Poppet" is creating 3D photographs so animal lovers can have a stroke-able version of their pet's face.

Made from plastic, the company says pet portraits give the owners a chance to own a light and durable version of their pets head.

Designers even give the animals noses a unique coat which makes them shine just like the real thing. All the company needs is a single-high resolution photo of Felix or Fido in which they are facing the camera.

And it'll cost ya "ruffly" about 120 dollars.