My son and his wife have a cat that likes to sleep on the shower door rail. Where does yours sleep?
In the washing machine (must be very careful to check each time...), in the smallest of boxes which are available ( I cannot quite understand how in the world the kitty fits in there!), with the dog, on top the dog, on my face. LOLO..for real.
Very cute. None of my cats have really slept anywhere all that interesting. One did make it a habit to sleep under the Christmas tree every year. There was also one Winter when the two girl cats I had spent pretty much all their hours curled up together (crammed in, as far as I could see) into a little box (boot-size shoe-box, maybe). They'd get up, go eat, do a few "errands", and then return to the box. Fortunately, it was a box that was covered with a pretty covering because I couldn't make myself throw it out, with them loving being in it so much. I put it by the baseboard (heat), and eventually Spring came and one of them decided to outside once in awhile. I guess one could call that Winter, "The Winter of Their Complete Contentment".
My cat Loki (he lives up to the name) likes to sleep on top of doors... someday he will fall off. How do they sleep and keep their balance?
I don't know. This cat hops up on the toilet, over to the towel racks and up onto the shower door rail, sometimes sleeping with all four legs hanging down-- one front and one back on each side of the rail. The Karl Wallenda of cats. The feline species seems to have super sense of balance and equilibrium.
Digby has a similar practice (see photo). Both he and Tessie are also very fond of a sleeping bag that we all use during the winter.
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