It’s not an everyday occurrence, but every so often, you should help your Humans catch some zzz’s by serving as a pillow.
Trust me. A well-rested Human is much more likely than a sleep-deprived Human to use his opposable thumbs to your benefit by popping open a can or two or three of tuna.
A bed, you say? For what? A squirrel, a vole or a tiny guinea pig?
Surely you understand that this “bed” is much too small for me.
It makes for an oddly shaped pillow at best.
–Orzo, Guest Contributor
Successful synchronized napping requires skill, dedication and time.
Come back in an hour or so and we may have changed position again.
–Quicksilver and Luna
It’s never the wrong time for a nap.
Overstuffed after your Thanksgiving feast?
Sleep it off.
–Darth Vader and Stella
The best way to nap next to a Woofie is to ignore that the Woofie is there.
Ignorance not giving you bliss?
Try a forceful HISS.
Good call on our new bed sheet, Human Mommy!
It serves as a great backdrop to all of our fur tones.
–Amber and Stella
It’s not the softest pillow and it’s not the biggest pillow.
But Human Daddy’s head is the best pillow, paws down.
The best bed is a matter of opinion.
Sometimes the king-size mattress feels right…
…but sometimes you fancy a cozier option…
…like a good, old-fashioned dresser drawer.
Your laptop bag?
You don’t mean my cushion, do you, Human Mommy?
No, I won’t give it back.
Speaking of laptops, can you cool it with the typing?
The clickity-clackety sound of the keys is disrupting my nap.