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Furry Friday ~ Cats Napping

Once again, I have sleeping critter pictures to share for Furry Friday. Maybe I should just rename this series Sleepy Friday. LOL

This time, however, it's only pictures of the cats and their......odd sleeping bed choices. Some of these places have literally had me scratching my head.

Peaches, that's for the birds to bath in, NOT for you to sleep in. LOL

How is this even remotely comfortable Peaches? Your butt is higher
than your head. Hurts just looking at it. LOL

I've never called Cameo trashy, but I guess she thinks she is. Haha

Brave, brave Peaches. Sleeping in Rio's toy basket. You're safe...
as long as Rio doesn't think you're a toy. :-)

How is this even comfortable Peaches?!

You can't see, but there's a small section she's actually laying on/in.
I don't know how that's comfortable. LOL

The cats have found countless other odd choices to nap but these are the only ones I have proof of. Wish *I* could sleep wherever I laid. LOL


  1. Me too! It must be nice to have a spine as flexible as cats are and no collarbone LOL! Your cats are soooo pretty!

    1. Haha! Right! It'd make sleeping away from home sooooo much easier! LMAO And thanks! We think they're pretty too. ;-)

  2. Aw... these are such sweet pictures! And congrats on your new patio - it looks awesome! :-)


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