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Q: How do your pets sleep?

January 26, 2009 | By Robyn | 56 answers | Expired: 1961 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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Lynne S.
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Jan 26, 2009

My min-pin, Little Bit, crawls under our covers - between my husband and I. At some point during the night, he is streched out sideways, so both of us are literally hanging off the edge of the bed!

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RottiMom
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Jan 26, 2009

Well my Survivor is quite funny before she gets in her bed she must always take one of my shoes with her. She places the shoe in the middle of her bed than lays on her left side on top of the shoe now mind you she is 120 pounds so only how you know the shoe is there is when you tell her to get up lol. She lays on her left side and then buries her face into her bed and takes her paw and puts it on her face but get this she then begins groaning its funny and then you hear this loud snoring about and hour later she some how flips like a pancake right onto her back and the snoring gets louder its hilarious. All you see is 120lbs stretch out on her back snoring up a storm . She is so cute thats my baby!

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Zoe O.
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Jan 26, 2009

My cat, Tootsie sleeps with her head straight up and she lays like one of those egyptian pyrimaid animal/human statues and squints her eyes really tight and just falls asleep it is the cutest thing that you will ever see!!!

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Amanda B.
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Jan 26, 2009

Well my Annie-may sleeps half in her dog bed and half out or will sleep at the foot of the bed and try pushing my husband out of bed. Patches sleeps in her dog bed covered with blankets and or will sleep by my neck. Lilly will lay in the dog bed until the lights go out and then wants up on the bed (I think shes afraid of the dark) the sleeps in between my husband and I and is a heater.

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Kaity H.
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Jan 26, 2009

Lola sleeps in any random position. She likes to squeeze her chubby self under the futon couch, lol, or will lay on her back and snore. Silas is the same way... Weirdos.

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janet m.
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Jan 26, 2009

My cat sleeps all day and plays at night. He's the slim one. His brother is much heavier and is awake part of the day.

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Lucille Vaughn F.
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Jan 26, 2009

I have two dogs, each with different sleeping habits. Cookie, 5 yr Lhasa Apso, waits until I go to be and the sleeps on my bed. Sometimes on his back, completely sprawled out. Minnie, my Min. Schnauzer, sleeps in her crate by my bed and goes to sleep 6:30 PM until 7-7:30 AM when Cookie barks to wake me up. Then we all go outside together, then settle in for breakfast.

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PJ W.
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Jan 26, 2009

My cat, Shadow, sleeps on his back with his legs drawn up totally relaxed. He looks so cute when he sleeps and he likes to snuggle next to me.

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Scott T.
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Jan 26, 2009

Big Hershey anywhere. She does like to be warm and cuddled up. Dru usually slepps by my feet at night and lays on her bed or in one of the bean bags during the day. Nubbins (My Cat) sleep like superman on my stomach. Which is neat but makes it hard for me to sleep.

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Michaelyn
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Jan 26, 2009

Sisters on top of each other - Emma/Lena. Eenu on back and side. Callie curled up in a ball on my husband's lap, if she can. Ellis stretched out. Whisper - anywhere she wants.

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