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    One of my cats usually sleeps on the couch or in the bathroom.

    The other sleeps with me. On my pillow, sometimes under the sheet as well.

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    Our Kitty sleeps where ever he likes, usually on our DD's bed or on the arm of the couch. We don't argue with him, we value our lives!

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    My cat usually sleeps on my bed. She does sleep at the back door sometimes. When she sleeps in my bed, she likes to make sure she sleeps on the blanket i have over me and not whats underneath generally. Not cool for summer.

    Right now we are getting ready for a nap and she has plonked herself smack bang middle of the bed and i work around her. I certainly dont rule the bed.

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    Cats in their room and dogs in their beds next to my bed

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    Our dog (34kg) sleeps on our queen size bed with us

    When he gets warm he lays on the floor next to us or goes outside. But they are pack animals, when it's cold they all sleep together so that's what we do. He seems to like his own space the older he gets, so hopefully we can be out of the habit before a baby comes along.

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    The cat sleeps on top of the couch, and the dogs sleep on their beds in our bedròom.
    Our Jack Russell that we've had for a week will sometimes sleep with us, but is getting used to his bed.
    Our staffie likes to sleep with us when it's cold because she feels the cold a lot.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Jodes35 View Post
    Our Kitty sleeps where ever he likes, usually on our DD's bed or on the arm of the couch. We don't argue with him, we value our lives!

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    Lol this totally made me laugh. One of my cats is much the same. We dont touch her for fear of pulling back a bloody stump instead of a hand LOL.
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    Quote Originally Posted by Jodes35 View Post
    Our Kitty sleeps where ever he likes, usually on our DD's bed or on the arm of the couch. We don't argue with him, we value our lives!

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    Haha love the expression. My 14 year old cat is the same. What he says goes lol.

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    The cats roam the house and enclosure at night and sleep allday. Two sleep out in their enclosure and two sleep wherever I am.

    Our dog sleeps on the lounge and our foster pup sleeps inside in his crate.

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    Our 3 year year old American bulldog storm mostly sleeps on her bed in our room ... sometimes on the couch I have also found her on our bed not sure how to put in photos


 

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