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Q: How do your pets sleep?

January 26, 2009 | By Robyn | 56 answers | Expired: 1863 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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Carolyn C.
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Jan 26, 2009

Both of our dogs have a bed in our bedroom. They both sleep curled up on their beds, but sometimes Rags sleeps upside down with all four feet in the air. Our cat sleeps wherever he wants to, often on top of one of us in bed.

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April P.
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Jan 26, 2009

Callie (cat) likes to sleep with her right arm tucked under her and the left one straight out in front of her. Oh and sometimes she will tunnel under the blanket with my daughter :-)

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Debbie
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Jan 26, 2009

Ours sleep on their backs, which we think is funny since neither of us had ever seen a dog sleep on their back.

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Elizabeth L.
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Jan 26, 2009

I have a dog that always sleeps on her back, she is a standard poodle. It looks very sily to see these long legs up in the air. Until I had her I thought only puppies slept like that.

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Kkiggins
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Jan 26, 2009

My cats sleep on their backs stretttttttcccccchhhhhhedddddddd out on or near my head! They are crazy!

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lorraine B.
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Jan 26, 2009

my kayko takes his blanket and flips it up in the air until it lands on his head then curls up in a ball with the blanket covering his whole body and goes to sleep, its the cutest thing to watch,

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