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    For those that have indoor pets ...cat. dog ...
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    Our pup sleeps in his bed in the corner of our bedroom but he is very well behaved.

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    Our dog sleeps in the lounge room. She has a mat in there which she sometimes sleeps on (if it's cold), otherwise she just spreads out on the floor somewhere.

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    Our 11yr old lab sleeps in his bed in our bedroom.

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    Our cat sleeps on the sofa in the lounge and our dog sleeps in his bed on our bedroom floor.

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    Cat is in bed with us... Usually stretched out in the middle.
    Dog has a bed in the lounge room.

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    Our cats sleep wherever the hell they want to lol. Unless they're being annoying then they sleep in the laundry/cat enclosure cos I hate being woken up by my cat pouncing on my head at 3am.

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    The intention was that our dog would sleep in the lounge but in reality he sleeps on his bed in my bedroom. Being single with kids, he makes me feel more secure and I sleep better now.

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    Our dogs sleep in separate locked crates - one in the lounge room ad one in the family room area. Our cat sleeps either outside if it's warm, or inside on the lounge if it's cold.

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    Dog sleeps on her bed in our bedroom, cats sleep in laundry (they're too naughty to be roaming the house at night).


 

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