Why Cuddlings?

Touch is thought to be the first sense that humans develop, according to the Stanford Encyclopaedia of Philosophy. Touch consists of several distinct sensations communicated to the brain through specialised neurons in the skin. Pressure, temperature, light touch, vibration, pain and other sensations are all part of the touch sense and are all attributed to different receptors in the skin.

Touch isn't just a sense used to interact with the world; it also seems to be very important to a human's well-being. For example, touch has been found to convey compassion from one human to another. 

A Cuddlings can sit on your body, on a cast, a book, a wall. Today we touch our phones more than other things, a Cuddlings on the back of your phone is a great little soother in stressful moments.

A Cuddling is a hug that you might not be able to give, a way to say "I see you" "I love you" a bandaid for the wounds we can not see.

Our vision is to fill everyones pockets with Cuddlings so they can travel the world and reach someone in need of comfort and care.