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    No way! Yuck! I love our dog but there's no way I'd have that fur and smell-machine in my bed! I don't even like inside pets though, so I'm probably not your target audience lol

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    I used to let my cat. She always slept under the covers tucked in behind my knees. I miss her terribly. I haven't let a dog sleep in the bed since I was a child.

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    No, she's 50kg and would push us out of bed plus she smells like a dog and I hate the smell of dog inside , she sleeps outside DS window which I love

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    Yes. Both my cat and dog sleep inside, and if they choose to sleep on the bed they're allowed to. More often than not the dog is curled up behind my knees (she's not small) and the cat sleeps where ever the dog sleeps. I'm a clean freak, so dog and cat get washed every week, brushed twice daily. I love them too much to not let them sleep with us.

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    My dog used to but she's now too fat to jump in the bed, and I'm sick of helping her lol

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    Hell no. I've seen one too many dags hanging from my cats ar$e.

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    Yep. We have 2 cats, both of whom have free roam of all our rooms, including the bedroom.

    I usually end up sleeping on a section of the bed the size of a postage stamp, curled up like a pretzel.

    Between that, the constant feet-chasing under the blankets, the fighting between the two of them, the husband's snoring, and losing all feeling in one leg and one arm as I play Bed Tetris each night, it's no wonder I look so tired.

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    Both dogs and both cats sleep inside but not on the bed. We used to let one of the dogs sleep on the bed when we had just the one, but he was big and a messy dog so our sheets were always gritty with sand/dirt even though he slept down the end on top of the doona, so had to kick him out. I always had a cat sleeping on my bed though growing up.

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    Yes our cat sleeps on our bed. Not by our choice. We have to leave our door open so we can hear the kids and he sneaks in when we are asleep and curls up at our feet.
    DP comes from a family of pet co-sleepers and I most definitely do not.

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    No. Because yuk.


 

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