The ho-hum life of a nurse and massage therapist in New Hampshire.
Cats in the bed is wonderful right up until you move your toes underneath the sheets... Or someone decides to wave you up... or they want to sleep on your face... beware!
YOUR bed? They're cats, clearly your bed, house, and everything in it belongs to them, except the bills.They'll kindly let you keep those.
and so cute too
Wow, they've gotten so BIG!! You take great care of them. Oh, and BTW... They deserve the bed. They're cats. 'Nuff said. ;) What do Harley and Tucker think about the invasion of your bed? I seem to remember you've posted pictures of the *dogs* on your bed before too...
A few thousand years ago the ancient Egyptians worshiped cats as gods.The cats haven't forgotten.BGM
Wing, it's hit or miss so far whether I let them sleep in bed with me at night or not. If they're too annoying, I boot 'em out!LMB, it would be awesome if they took over the bills, too. :)Thanks, Jenni! Sometimes they look at me like they're seeing food, though. That's not so cute.Purplemagpiesnest (HAH, say that five times fast!), the dogs don't seem to mind much. They all curl up together pretty frequently. Sometimes Harley will growl at 'em, but he does that to Tucker, too. BGM, my cats are far too goofy to be gods. Just sayin'...
They do tend to take over the bed. One of ours will continue to butt her head against my legs until she finds a position in which SHE is comfortable. I OTOH, end up twisted like a pretzel. But they are cute and cuddly and much more fun than I ever thought they would be.
PrettyKitties! I'm a sucker for tabbies :)
TOTWTYTR, I tried to let the cats sleep in my room again last night, but I was woken repeatedly by CAT IN MY FACE. I don't appreciate that much. So I booted 'em out. I need my beauty sleep. ;)Thanks, Lissa! They do grow on one. Like mold. :D
They are very cute!
LOL! That's not a bug it's a feature. Actually my cats don't wake me up that way, but one of them used to wake my daughter up by getting in her face (literally). If they disturb your sleep, you need to keep them out of the room. In my case, they often help me to relax and fall asleep. Which is why I let them stay.
Thanks, Phlegmmy!TOTWTYTR, I think it's a matter of their age. They're still only half-grown. I figure when they are mature, they'll settle down a bit and we can experiment with nighttime sleeping arrangements again!And I do feel about my pups the way you do about your cats. I can't imagine life without them!
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