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Q: How do your pets sleep?

January 26, 2009 | By Robyn | 56 answers | Expired: 2018 days ago

Robyn

Is there something is funny or different about how your pet sleeps?, if so let me know, I could use some intertainment on the cold monday morning. I am trying to post a picture of my Zero who always sleeps with his head lower then his body but they will not go through at this time. I find this strange but he likes it so no harm. Bella is always under covers or on the hot water bottle I fill for her. Just how does your pet sleep?

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Kavykeeper
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Jan 27, 2009

I have guinea pigs and one cage has a large PVC pipe in it. Lots of times, they each sleep with their heads in the two openings, with their bodies outside. I guess they must think they're hidden. It's funny.

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Kadiquilts
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Jan 27, 2009

Trixie sleeps in her crate with her 'baby' a buckwheat-filled litter-mate she's had since she was eight weeks old. She like to be 'under' cover--she has a fleece blanket she sleeps with, too!

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Stevecat511
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Jan 27, 2009

My cat, Kittles occasionally sleeps with his paws over his face. The first time I saw that it reminded me of a puppy!

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Jen M.
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Jan 26, 2009

My cat sleeps in the bed with us, but sometimes I swear she has to bring her toy (a string with a bell and ribbon attached to a stick) into bed with her

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Gina L.
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Jan 26, 2009

I have two Bloodhounds, Honey and Hugo, and they sleep on the floor in our bedroom. There beds are along the same wall and they both like to sleep with heads hanging off the bed. Also nine times out of ten they are in the exact same body position and facing the same direction at various times during the night. They are both snorers and compete with my husband for title of loudest!

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Fran B.
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Jan 26, 2009

my horses sleep lying down after 8:15 pm. My one horse takes naps lying down in the summer around 10:30 or so.. my others sleep standing mostly except after 9pm.

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Kathy G.
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Jan 26, 2009

I have four dogs the chocolate lab "Lexie" starts off on the end of the bed then moves to the couch so she can stretch out. My rottweiler/Sharpa "Toby" hundred pounds of gooffyness has his on pillow in the bedroom and living room, Suzy our bird dog/pit sleeps in her hooded bed and so does "Jada" our small pit bull. They were all rescued, one way or another.

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Tristan H.
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Jan 26, 2009

We have an old couch in the front living room and every night, 2 of the dogs, a beagle, and a pit/terrier mix climb on top of the back cushions and curl up to sleep. The 3rd dog, a tall long thin hound mix scrunched as tight as he can into the beagle's dog bed, he juuust fits.

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Suzanne L.
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Jan 26, 2009

My dog spends a couple of minutes in her bed fluffing and arranging her blanket, lays down and rolls around or dives under it, then stands up and does it all again. After that routine, she lays down beside the heaped up blanket, flat on her side to sleep and snores deeply and loudly.

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Amy R.
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Jan 26, 2009

My dog and cat love to sleep in the same bed curled up together. When not with the cat, though, my Maltese dog likes to sleep with her head hanging off the couch or off someone's lap. It's interesting that your pet sleeps with his head lower than his body too...

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