Now we all know that a “Cat can look at a King” and one would, therefore, assume that a Cat can look at a Queen but I ask you “Where’s a Mom supposed to sleep?“.
It’s a Queen Size Bed!
Since when can a cat stretch to That Length?
It’s supposed to be my bed as well, you know!
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Dogs are just the same – especially Dachshunds (Saussagedog to some, lol). We had one beloved Hasso,sooooo aristrocratic and elegant, he was absolutely convinced that Kingsize bed is HIS, soft pillows/duvets = HIS, best chair anwhere = HIS; I think you get the picture. Ciao, Carina
Oh boy, a “sausage dog” can make itself awfully long as well 😀 Don’t worry, I have 2 other cats and a dog who all do the same thing to me. I feel your pain 😀
This is a scenario I know so well!
So glad I’m not alone on this one 😀
My girls (cats) leave no room for my hubby! They can make themselves as big as elephants when they want! 🙂
Well, between this one, the other 2 cats and a dog, I certainly know how hubby feels 😀
It’s a known fact that a cat’s mass increases exponentially with the size of the bed.
😀 It appears that you are correct. Now, considering I have 3 cats and a dog, who all abide by the same rules, you can imagine what my sleeping arrangements are like 🙂
For such small creatures they can take up a lot of space. Makes me think of that children’s rhyme: there were 5 in the bed … 🙂
And guess who is the one that has to roll over 😀
I can imagine them all pushing you over so that you have to sleep on the floor! 😀
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